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Now Trending: Perfect Platter

Trying to channel your inner Martha Stewart? If you haven’t managed to find your way around the kitchen, rest assured that you can still pull off a presentation worthy of a magazine centerfold with platters that make even the potato chip look classy.

Phipps Kicks off the Planting Season

Welcome spring at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens with the Great Plant Auction, Party in the Tropics and May Market.

Word Art: Say It With Style

Express the way you feel without saying a word.

Now Trending: Mad for Mid-Century

Sure, “Mad Men” has ended its television run, but the Mid-Century Modern designs featured in the popular 1960s-based drama continue to thrive in the design world. Characterized by clean, simple designs, the sophisticated style clearly is here to stay. For an instant scene-stealer, add some of these contemporary MCM-inspired pieces to your home.

Mid-Century Marvel: The Atomic House

More than a half-century after its construction, one Atomic-era House in Harmony Township catches the attention of two eager house hunters.

Gorgeous & Affordable: Painting A Hardwood Floor

Homeowners and DIY enthusiasts update a traditional approach to personalizing and brightening up a room.

This Old Pittsburgh House: The History of a Hamlet

This Gothic Revival home continues to impress 164 years after it was built.

Your Home Show Guide: 3 Pioneering New Products

What’s new (And Cool) at the Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.

Spotting the Styles

Pittsburgh Magazine delves into the hottest furniture styles and colors from the High Point Market furnishing trade show, What else is chic for spring 2016? Menswear prints, warm metallics and accents with an edge.
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Archive » Home of the Year

2016 Home of the Year: Renovation

Acting as her own general contractor, interior designer Lauren Levant puts her personal spin on a century-old row house in trendy Lawrenceville.

2016 Home of the Year: New Build

The owners of our New Build winner want their space to incorporate nature as much as possible – and their wish is granted in more ways than one.

2016 Home of the Year: Green

As fans of energy-efficient abodes, Zolina Cook and Jason Jevack pull together the right crew to create a distinctive prefab home with an eco-friendly twist on Pittsburgh’s North Side.

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Blog: Nest

Phipps Kicks off the Planting Season

Welcome spring at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens with the Great Plant Auction, Party in the Tropics and May Market.

Millennials Love Mid-Century Modern

To appeal to millennial buyers, many designers are thinking younger with streamlined looks.

New Materials Shine (Literally) at High Point

Looking to spruce up your countertops? Add a little pizzazz to your plain furniture? Look no farther.

The Hottest Trends in Furniture and Accessories Start Here

Pittsburgh Magazine takes you inside the biannual trendsetting High Point Furniture Market in North Carolina.

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The always lively list of things to eat, drink and do in the 'Burgh from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine. 

      

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