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Spring-Summer 2010

Spring/Summer 2010

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Pittsburgh Home Q&A

Pittsburgh Home Q&A

Whether you want to spruce up your home’s interior, beautify the exterior or just make your home run a little more efficiently, our region offers some of the finest top-quality products, skilled craftspeople and purveyors of exquisite home accents.
Lap of Luxury

Lap of Luxury

This stunning mansion in Peters Township is one of the most expensive dwellings on the local market today. Take a glance into its exquisite digs as you open the door to luxurious living.
Nostalgic by Nature

Nostalgic by Nature

His grandmother’s tools have done a great job for nearly 30 years in his care, and they’ve spent their share of rainy spring nights alone in the garden. But before the snow is gone, Doug Oster pulls out the trowel, shovels, edgers, forks and hoes from his toolshed in preparation for the day when the smell of spring fills the air and nostalgia is in full bloom.
Haute Seat: Lady Luxe

Haute Seat: Lady Luxe

As an entrepreneur, interior designer, mother, humanitarian and owner of Weisshouse in Shadyside, Stacy Weiss finds the most luxurious furniture, flooring and accessories for everyhouse.
The Ultimate Renovation Challenge

The Ultimate Renovation Challenge

Welcome to "New World Charm." In the cover story of the Spring/Summer 2010 Pittsburgh Magazine HOME, Old World craftsmanship meets cutting-edge technology in the sensitive restoration of one of Pittsburgh's historic homes.
Green, Healthy and Smart House

Green, Healthy and Smart House

Lissa Rosenthal and Nathaniel Glosser’s three-story house blends in with the other attractive brick homes in Highland Park, but their eco-conscious renovation transformed this house into one of Pittsburgh’s coolest and greenest luxury properties.
HomeStyle

HomeStyle

Whether you’re cooking up a kitchen makeover or completely renovating the space, consider a mix of these necessary amenities by Jenn Air to make the whole room come together.
Grape Escape

Grape Escape

As you descend the back staircase and enter the wine cellar at Chuck and Kristen Hammel’s large Sewickley home, you might assume the handcrafted mahogany cabinets and copper light fixtures have been in place since the house was built in 1905.
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