The designers and builders of the HGTV green home in Plymouth, Mass., left no stone unturned when it comes to green innovation. The home is as green on the inside as it is on the outside, including a plethora of sustainable fine artwork.
All artwork found in the The HGTV green home was purveyed between Boston and Provincetown, Mass., for sustainability purposes. "Sunset Gold," above the fireplace, is an Acrylic on Canvas by Richard Knudsen of Provincetown.
A close up of an oil painting by Susan LeFevre, of the Plymouth Guild for the Arts, which hangs over the fireplace as well.
A Cape Cod carpenter had sustainability in mind when he converted this old barn door into an elegant kitchen table.
"Peep Show," "Big Girls" and "Boy Does Fine," all located in the great room, were produced by Gregg Robinson of Arden Gallery in Boston.
A visitor to the HGTV green home admires the Caesar Stone quartz based countertops, which feature recycled glass.
Recycling is a top priority at the HGTV green home, and locally produced wicker baskets make recycling a breeze.
This locally produced lamp offers just enough light for a room that receives much sunlight through the Anderson Low-E4 super-efficient windows.
Located at the base of the stairwell, "5 Strands," mixed media on Acrylic, by Carrie McGee of the Lanoue Fine Art Gallery in Boston, welcomes visitors to the second floor.
The sitting room at the top of the stairwell to the second floor. The couches and chairs in the home all feature recycled fabrics.
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The tile in this second-floor bathroom is actually clear tile with a colored paper backing.