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Toll Gate Revival Gearing Up for New Location, New Experience

The vintage décor and reclaimed materials business owned by Seth Hunter will open in a larger Lawrenceville warehouse next month.

Take a Sneak Peek at Our 2018 Ultimate House

Tours of Empire on Liberty, a one-time furniture and carpet warehouse in Bloomfield turned into a mixed-use structure, take place this month. The tour includes a look at the penthouse and two condos.

Schoolhouse Rock: New Condos Underway in Swissvale

Vacant for years, the historic Deniston School will house 18 units.

Growing Up: mossArchitects Moving to Garfield

Principal Andrew Moss says his architecture firm will move to the heart of the Penn Avenue Arts District after outgrowing its current space in Lawrenceville.

Hoppy Home: Decorate Your Table for Spring

Local experts share their tips for creating a seasonal tablescape that's perfect for Easter and beyond.

love, Pittsburgh Opens Second Location Downtown

The retail shop carrying items made by Pittsburgh artisans will debut in the Cultural District this spring.

Nine Pro Tips to Help You Nail Design Decisions

These insider tips from design professionals will have you styling your room with confidence.

Could Your Building’s Design Affect Your Health?

The Biophilic Design Summit taking place at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden will be devoted to the connection between humans and nature to happiness in the workplace.

Our Dream Penthouse Used to be a Carpet Warehouse

The building that now houses a $1.05 million dollar penthouse was first used for a much less exciting purpose.

HGTV Renews ‘Restored by the Fords’ Starring Pittsburgh Siblings

The finale showcasing Leanne and Steve Ford airs Tuesday, and the duo already are looking for more local houses to restore for the show’s second season.

2018 Best of Design Winners

After revamping our annual Home of the Year contest, Pittsburgh Magazine asked for the region’s most outstanding new home and renovation projects for the inaugural 2018 Best of Design contest — and homeowners delivered.

This Old Pittsburgh House: Whiskey and Woodville

The former plantation in Collier Township once belonged to John Neville, a military officer and central figure in the Whiskey Rebellion.

New Kid: Highland Park Designer Is Inspired by Pittsburgh

Savannah Hayes has travelled the world working with fabric. A few years ago, she landed in Pittsburgh and began her own small-batch textile business.

Trending: Tour Homes to Get Inspiration for Your Own

What’s buzzing in the Pittsburgh home industry.

Home Style: Take a Seat

Seating can be more than functional. Get the scoop on the latest trend in home design: beautiful sofas and chairs.
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House of the Week: South Side Townhouse with Spectacular Views

This end-unit townhouse with incredible, panoramic views of Downtown is sure to take your breath away.
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2018 Best of Design Winners

Best New Home

A mountain-modern home built into the hillside of a reclaimed mining site has become the dream home for a family of five.

Best Renovation

Cory Cope and Jennifer Owen spent 10 years renovating a former power station on the North Side into their dream home.

Best Bathroom Renovation

Interior designer Lauren Levant turned a dated master bathroom into a sleek sanctuary.

Best New Kitchen

Inspired by a sweeping view of the Allegheny River, Cyd Stackhouse and Bob Bergren incorporated water into every design choice of their modern, ethereal kitchen.

Best Kitchen Renovation

With help from HGTV star Leanne Ford, former NFL player Gus Frerotte and his wife, Ann, created a cozy, timeless kitchen in their century-old Oakmont home.

Best Outdoor Space

Wanting to extend their living space, a Mt. Lebanon couple added an inviting porch to their 1920s-era home.

Meet Our Judges

To ensure fairness and neutrality, a panel of Cleveland-based professionals in the design and architecture industries handled this year’s judging process.

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