5 Pittsburgh Vintage Homes Stores You’ll Want to Explore

PM Editoral Intern Ellie Pesetsky shares some of her favorite up-cycled furniture and home decor stores in and around Pittsburgh.

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WHO NEW? Retro Mod Decor
Located on Butler Street in the heart of hip Lawrenceville, this shop is a hidden gem. WHO NEW? offers everything from one-of-a-kind, 1970s-era bamboo light fixtures to modern clocks of all shapes and sizes. The friendly staff makes browsing through these treasures quite the treat. With so many items to choose from, you’ll want to purchase that vintage ‘60’s mahogany side table with brass trim, plus so much more. The decorative items from a number of different decades are fun, unique and will add a punch of personality to your home.
5156 Butler St., Lawrenceville

Construction Junction
If you’re looking for just about anything for your home, Construction Junction has the answer. From salvaged cabinets and beautifully worn doors perfect for repurposing to a wow-worthy lighting selection, you won’t leave the warehouse empty-handed. Construction Junction also offers recycling services, including a drop-off station at its warehouse for scrap metal, bicycles, light bulbs and more.
214 N. Lexington St., Point Breeze

Toll Gate Revival
Now located in Braddock, Toll Gate Revival is not to be forgotten about. Since moving from Lawrenceville in May, the shop has expanded its inventory and creativity. The “Rust Belt vagabond,”as owner Seth Hunter calls himself, sources reclaimed materials to create the perfect American vintage furniture and décor for any space. The shop’s ever-changing inventory includes industrial lockers, artfully reclaimed chesterfield sofas and its signature rustic signs.
224 Braddock Ave., Braddock

Pittsburgh Furniture Company 
Situated along Lawrenceville’s main strip, Pittsburgh Furniture Company presents one of the best selections of upcycled furniture in the region. The beautifully reclaimed vintage pieces, including Mid-Century Modern furniture, speak for themselves — and trust us when we say that you will want it all. Don’t be intimidated by the large selection because there is surely something for everyone thanks to the store’s affordable price point.
4312 Butler St., Lawrenceville

Salvaged PGH​
From vintage doors to reclaimed room decor, Salvaged PGH’s large selection makes it a standout. The Wexford shop offers a cool and unique supply of repurposed home furnishings and knick-knacks, and we especially love the selection of restored barn crates.They’re perfect for extra storage or your next craft. Stack and style them for an extra dose of rustic-chic decor.
251 Church Rd., Wexford

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