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Now Trending: Cozy Throws

With fall weather upon us, liven up your room by adding a vibrant blanket — or two, or more — into the mix.

Modern Living: Kitchen & Bath Ideas for 2017

Looking for ideas to update your kitchen or bath space? Here’s a sneak preview of the modern looks and new innovations you’ll be seeing in the coming year.

Pet Perfect Homes: It's All in the De-Tails

Pet parents seek creative design solutions to accommodate four-legged family members.

How to Create Your Best Gallery Wall

An eye-catching and sentimental wall of art can add personality and depth to a room. We turn to the experts for advice on how to create your own collection.

This Old Pittsburgh House: Oakmont's Hidden Jewel

The former home of the Kerr family has been refashioned into a museum showcasing life at the turn of the 20th century.

Forging Ahead: Restoring the Historic McKenna Estate

A dedicated team brings the late Kennametal founder's home into the 21st century.

Designing a Future: A Business Mogul's Manse

Michael Baker Jr.’s former home in Brighton Township has a sale pending — memories included.

Home Style: Mirror, Mirror

Make your walls the fairest of them all with the addition of these stylish mirrors.

Meet the Designer: Dina Caruso

The owner and principal of Caruso Design Group specializes in hospitality, restaurant and high-end residential projects, including coordinating the furnishings for Pittsburgh Magazine’s 2016 Ultimate House.

On Trend: The Latest Buzz in the Pittsburgh Home Industry

Your guide to the latest news and local happenings in the home and decorating business.
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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

Make Your Design Work for You: Mecox Opens In Pittsburgh

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Mecox will be opening its eighth location, but its first in Pittsburgh, in Shadyside.

This Weekend: Annual Wilkinsburg House & Garden Tour

Also: If you’re looking to redo a room to invite relaxation, PPG Paints promises a wide variety of soothing colors for 2017.

Antiques, Annual Meetings and Amped-Up Workspaces

Here’s everything you need to know about the Whispering Pines Farm Antiques and Artisans Festival, the American Society of Interior Designers annual meeting and the new West Elm Workspace showroom.

Construction Junction’s Inventory Goes Online

Find used pieces to revamp and redecorate your space at the physical location Construction Junction in Point Breeze — or on its revamped website. Plus, get all the details on the Mexican War Streets House & Garden Tour.

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