Furniture with a Soul: Nadeau Opens First Pittsburgh Location
The store specializes in handcrafted furniture and home décor from around the world at affordable prices.
photos courtesy of nadeau
The Pittsburgh area has a new place to shop for furniture and home goods.
On Oct. 26, Nadeau opened along McKnight Road in Ross Township. This is the first Pittsburgh location for Nadeau, which operates 37 retail stores across the country.
“Nadeau opened a store in Philadelphia back in 2012, and people in Pennsylvania seem to really appreciate our eclectic, affordable and constantly changing inventory,” says company president Brian Pickler. “We’ve been wanting to expand in the state, and Pittsburgh was a logical choice. The city has an amazing history, strong business culture and vibrant, growing community.”
Billed as “furniture with a soul,” Nadeau was founded as a wholesaler by Los Angeles resident Tom Nadeau in 1991 before transitioning to retail store fronts. It specializes in eclectic handmade furniture, including solid wood and metal pieces, from around the world at affordable prices.
Besides furniture, Nadeau sells shelving, lighting, mirrors, headboards, pillows and other home decor accessories. Styles range from contemporary and industrial to farmhouse and traditional, according to Nadeau.