Although the name of Ceramiche Tile & Stone is derived from the Italian word for ceramics, the West End shop offers customers a selection of products that’s far from typical.
Offering a variety of custom-framing options, Pittsburgh's Framezilla shows no signs of going extinct.
Edgewood resident Roger Yost spends five years restoring an early-1900s shingle-style house, reversing the results of a shagalicious makeover in the 1970s.
Home expert Boyce Thompson previews this year's Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show and speculates on which products will become fully integrated into our homes soon.
Kids may be hard to please, but your little ones (and big ones, too) will love to go to their rooms if their space includes these adorable items.
Switch up your hardware with these options from Pittsburgh stores.
Your home is your oasis, but it's also a spectacular canvas to celebrate your history.