Despite its location in the middle of an urban area, Steve Choder and Jody Noble-Choder have created a secret garden within their whimsical riverside retreat.
From long-lasting hydrangeas to long-flowering roses to tasty hybrid tomatoes –– these plants are your best bet if you're looking for something new.
When author and interior designer Sherry Savage feels a need to get inspired, she heads outside to her “She Shed,” a cozy writer’s abode located just steps from her door.
Playwright August Wilson’s childhood home in the Hill District played a large role in his celebrated work.
Thommy Conroy and Kira Hoeg combine coffee, floral design and event planning into one blooming Lawrenceville business.
No shades of gray here! Black and white is a classic combination that never goes out of style — and that includes for your outdoor space. Some summer greenery is the perfect accent for these cool and contemporary pieces.
Here's what buzzing in the Pittsburgh home and lifestyle industry.
After revamping our annual Home of the Year contest, Pittsburgh Magazine asked for the region’s most outstanding new home and renovation projects for the inaugural 2018 Best of Design contest — and homeowners delivered.
The former plantation in Collier Township once belonged to John Neville, a military officer and central figure in the Whiskey Rebellion.
Savannah Hayes has travelled the world working with fabric. A few years ago, she landed in Pittsburgh and began her own small-batch textile business.