2019 Best of Design Winners
For our second annual Best of Design contest, Pittsburgh Magazine was flooded with stunning entries from interior designers, architects and homeowners across the region. To ensure fairness and neutrality, a panel of Cleveland-based professionals in the design and architecture industry handled the blind judging process. Read on for this year’s winners.
by Jessica Sinichak
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Mired in controversial beginnings, a sleek contemporary townhouse nevertheless bloomed in a historic section of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
The painstakingly detailed restoration of the historic Century Inn in Washington County following a catastrophic fire took more than two years.
The modern farmhouse kitchen stands out thanks to a few high-impact wood features.
This kitchen in a historical Lawrenceville home situated on three lots received a major facelift.
The owner of Armina Stone’s modern, European-style master bathroom features marble slabs from Turkey accented by luxurious gold fixtures.
Once a disco-era disaster, this master bathroom in Wexford went from dark and dated to a contemporary classic.
Sophisticated and private, a walled urban garden on the South Side contains all the recreational features you’d typically only find in the suburbs.
Once a catchall for toys and exercise equipment, the basement of this Sewickley home is now a sophisticated entertainment space.
To ensure fairness and neutrality, a panel of Cleveland-based professionals in the design and architecture industry handled the blind judging process.