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Now Trending: Mid-Century Muse

Kick back and relax on the sleek leather 'Reverie' sofa, available at PerLora Loft.

The Dream Closet You Already Own

An unused spare bedroom can find new purpose as a spacious closet and dressing room.

From Drive-Through to Live-In

Amy and Ryan Gavatorta turn a former beer distributor on the South Side into a modern, urban dwelling.

Paint with Pizazz: It’s Easy Being Green

Feeling bold? Pantone has chosen Greenery as its 2017 color of the year. Incorporate zesty shades into your home with help from local experts.

Q & A With Style Maven Susan Muschweck

The interior designer, who got her start as a prop and wardrobe stylist, advocates embracing your personal aesthetic.

On Trend: Your Guide to What's Hot in the Home Industry

Products, tips and the latest buzz in the world of all things home and lifestyle.

Home Style: Tantalizing Tile

Transform your kitchen, bathroom, or even your bedroom, with versatile tile.

This Old Pittsburgh House: All in the Family

The Historical Society of Upper St. Clair works to preserve a 160-year-old family farm.

Now Trending: Love Blooms

Cast a spell in time for Valentine's Day with the "Love Potion" package.

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2017 Home of the Year: Best New Build

Taking advantage of the topography, Michael and Michele Hills build a custom home in Lawrenceville with sweeping views of Downtown.

2017 Home of the Year: Best Renovation

Chris and Jill Bellicini transformed their dark and dated Mount Washington condo into a light and airy getaway that highlights a sweeping view of Downtown.

2017 Home of the Year: Best New Kitchens

Judges point to family-friendly design and entertainment potential in choosing two distinct kitchens, both in the Strip District.

2017 Home of the Year: Best Renovated Bathroom

The Bellicini family transformed their master bathroom from dark and cramped to glam and functional.

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Blog: Nest

The Candle Lab Ready To Make Its Debut in Lawrenceville

The Columbus-based store, where you can customize your own candle fragrance, is expected to open in March.

Color Brings a Cranberry Township Show House to Life

Apple green, salmon pink and bodacious blues dance through the home's fabrics and furnishings

Go Behind The Scenes With Our 2017 Home of the Year Winners

Go behind the scene in choosing this year’s Best New Build, Best Renovation, Best Kitchens and Best Bathroom winners. Plus, get the scoop on entering next year’s competition.

A Hermitage Home Comes to Life With Disney-Inspired Details

A chandelier inspired by a princess crown and exaggerated custom valances are just some of the details that make this kitchen fit for a fairytale.

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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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A History of Pittsburgh, in 50 Artifacts

A History of Pittsburgh, in 50 Artifacts

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