Named after the French word for light, the 86-unit mixed-use development, which will include a Fogo de Chao steakhouse as a tenant, offers folding glass walls in its residences to create an open-air living space.
Books, and not just cookbooks, can spark the imagination and make a kitchen feel like a home.
The developer behind Kaufmann’s Grand on Fifth Downtown promise to meld the historic with the modern as it readies to open more than 300 residential units featuring voice-command system Amazon Alexa, plus a rooftop infinity pool, restaurant and bar.
Once a carpet store, the mixed-use structure in Bloomfield is home to Pittsburgh Magazine’s luxury Ultimate House for 2018.
The store specializes in handcrafted furniture and home décor from around the world at affordable prices.
From space constraints to more casual living trends, here are three reasons why the bedroom is taking center stage.
Locally made products from Rutz Naturals and artwork by Kelly Brown, plus other gifts and goodies, will be sold at the temporary location through Dec. 31.
Furnishings, housewares, lighting and fashions from local vendors blend with music, cocktails and food as the fair returns to Lawrenceville.
This is the first Pittsburgh location for the luxury lifestyle brand, which sells home goods, beauty items and apparel for women.
Black isn't a common color choice in the bathroom, but maybe it should be. These dark and dramatic rooms prove why.