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House of the Week: Dormont Home with Character

Renovated and move-in ready, this four-bedroom home is walking distance to shops, restaurants and the “T.”

House of the Week: Under Construction by a Custom Builder

You get to pick the finishes for this modern and spacious home, located in the Fox Chapel School District and just 20 minutes from shopping, parks, restaurants and more.

Up for Auction: Luxury 200-Acre Ligonier Estate Owned by Former EDMC Exec

Woodmere is one of four high-end properties owned by Robert Knutson scheduled to hit the auction block this week.

House of the Week: Strip District Chic

Located in the heart of the Strip District, this spacious two-bedroom unit includes dozens of modern amenities

The Top Five HOME Stories of 2018

Take a look back at the biggest stories to come out of Pittsburgh’s home and design industry.

House of the Week: Renovated Home with Rare Greenspace in Lawrenceville

Close enough to walk to everything Butler Street has to offer but far enough away to escape the noise.

Nonprofit Works To Keep People From Being Priced Out of Lawrenceville

Lawrenceville United advocates increasing the availability of affordable housing in the trendy neighborhood.

House of the Week: Colonial in Allison Park

This four bedroom home, located on a cul-de sac, is close to shopping, restaurants, highways and North Park.

My Favorite Room with Heather Abraham

Each issue, HOME goes inside the room of one of our favorite Pittsburghers.

Look Inside a Home That's a True Gateway to Pittsburgh

After 50 years away, Dick and Vicki Mallary returned to Pittsburgh and spent years painstakingly remodeling a condo in the heart of Downtown.

This Old Pittsburgh House: A Ghost in the Library

It's said that the mischievous spirit of Amanda Bayne Balph still haunts the red brick Victorian home in Bellevue.

House of the Week: Brick Contemporary in Allison Park

Located between routes 8 and 19, this modern, four-bedroom home is close to restaurants, retail and North Park.

“Trocking” Along: Living the Art-Filled Life in Pittsburgh

Patricia Sheahan’s home in the Brewhouse Art Lofts on the South side doubles as a gallery space showcasing her collection of art, antique finds and roadside treasures.

Down to Earth is the Hottest Trend at High Point Market

Get the scoop on the furnishing and decor trends to come out of the influential High Point Market trade show, including a return to natural materials.

Winter 2019: Things We Love

Here are the local gems worth obsessing over.
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From the Editor

HOME Winter 2019

Throughout the Winter edition, you’ll find several exciting new features, including Things We Love — which is a great opportunity to check out what local retailers have to offer — and My Favorite Room.
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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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