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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.

House of the Week: Newly Updated in Lawrenceville

This newly renovated, single family home is close to shops, restaurants and the 52nd Street Market.

Oakmont Glassware Company Looking to Join the Big Time

Amanda Lee began painting glasses in her basement to help pay for her college education. Today, she ships her products across the globe from a new, shabby-chic warehouse and gift shop.

House of the Week: Contemporary Condo on Mt. Washington

This space efficient penthouse sits on Mt. Washington with an amazing view of the city and is just 10 minutes away from Downtown.

How Kingfly Spirits Transformed from a Horse Stable to a Hip Distillery

The redesign of the space in the Strip District recently was recognized by Preservation Pennsylvania with a construction award for rehabilitation.

House of the Week: Modern Colonial in Wexford

This Wexford home has spacious rooms and an open backyard, perfect for entertaining

First-Of-Its-Kind Flower Truck Blooms in Pittsburgh

Customers are able to pick their own bouquet from the collection of fresh stems aboard Victoria Miess's mobile, mint green mini-truck.

House of the Week: Newly Remodeled in Bloomfield

This move-in ready home is close to shops, restaurants, a neighborhood pool and hospitals.

PPG Paints Singin' the Blues for 2020 Color of the Year

Meant to offer relief from the anxieties of today’s fast-paced lifestyle, Chinese Porcelain is a mix of cobalt and ink blue. Here’s why you can expect to see more of it in the coming year.

House of the Week: Colonial in Cranberry

This spacious home is located in the Marshall Woods Community and Seneca Valley School District. It is close to shopping, hospitals, restaurants and a park – with easy access to Interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Tiny Cabins Offer Weary Pittsburghers a Relaxing Escape

Located about an hour from Pittsburgh, the elegantly minimalist cabins from Getaway are nestled in nature — and offer an unplugged experience.

House of the Week: Colonial That Overlooks 18th Hole at Nevillewood

This spacious home is a golf lover's dream.

James Gallery Aims to Make Art More Accessible

The West End gallery takes the intimidation factor out of art selection with its new Preferred Designer Program.

House of the Week: All Brick Colonial on 1-Acre Lot Near Butler

Located close to Route 8 and about 10 minutes south of Butler, this spacious home features transom windows, a finished game room, ample storage space and a large, private yard.

Home How-To: The Making of a Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

The popular farmhouse kitchen style is here to stay. We asked local experts for their advice on how to get the look.

House of the Week: Marshall Township Colonial on Cul-de-Sac

This custom built home is located in the North Allegheny School District. It is close to Interstate 79, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Cranberry Township and the Wexford flats.

House of the Week: Colonial on cul-de-sac in Hampton

This home in a quiet neighborhood is close to shopping, restaurants and North Park. It's just a 30-minute commute to Downtown.

These Three Amazing Outdoor Spaces Will Inspire You

From a rural “entertainment barn” to a suburban oasis and an urban rooftop driving range, these innovative spaces have one thing in common — they’re all awesome.

Downtown Living: See The Ultimate Bachelor Pad

Attorney Matt Monsour’s loft is filled with work from local artists.

My Favorite Room: The Hut that Feels Like a Treehouse

First-time parents Greg and Liz Dutton share their off-grid retreat in the nearby Ohio Valley.

The Easy-Does-It Guide to Gardening

No brown thumbs here. Plant expert Martha Swiss shares her tips and tricks for making gardening easier and upping your ante for success.

This Old Pittsburgh House: Built in 1803 and Still Occupied

The log cabin and church that make up part of the Depreciation Lands Museum in Hampton Township depict everyday life in the 18th century.

On Trend and Things That We Love

Home editor Jessica Sinichak finds the local gems you’ll be obsessing over.

House of the Week: Fully Updated Home on 2.8 Acres

There is plenty of room both inside and outside this spacious, two-story home.

New Tour Gives Insider Look at Pittsburgh’s Ethnic Neighborhoods

With stops in Bloomfield and Polish Hill, the event from DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh celebrates the contributions immigrants made when they settled here more than a century ago.
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From the Editor

HOME Summer 2019

HOME editor Jessica Sinichak details a makeover we gave ourselves.
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2019 Best of Design Winners

Best New Home

Mired in controversial beginnings, a sleek contemporary townhouse nevertheless bloomed in a historic section of Pittsburgh’s North Side.

Best Renovated Home

The painstakingly detailed restoration of the historic Century Inn in Washington County following a catastrophic fire took more than two years.

Best New Kitchen

The modern farmhouse kitchen stands out thanks to a few high-impact wood features.

Best Kitchen Renovation

This kitchen in a historical Lawrenceville home situated on three lots received a major facelift.

Best New Bathroom

The owner of Armina Stone’s modern, European-style master bathroom features marble slabs from Turkey accented by luxurious gold fixtures.

Best Bathroom Renovation

Once a disco-era disaster, this master bathroom in Wexford went from dark and dated to a contemporary classic.

Best Outdoor Space

Sophisticated and private, a walled urban garden on the South Side contains all the recreational features you’d typically only find in the suburbs.

Best Room

Once a catchall for toys and exercise equipment, the basement of this Sewickley home is now a sophisticated entertainment space.

Meet Our Judges

To ensure fairness and neutrality, a panel of Cleveland-based professionals in the design and architecture industry handled the blind judging process.
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Hot Reads

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in July

Your 10 best bets for this month include Van Gogh in Bloom, Star Wars and the return of Hootie and the Blowfish.

City Guide 2019-2020: Hit the Street

More of Pittsburgh’s distinctive neighborhoods are walkable than ever. For the 2019-20 City Guide, our editors and staff take you on walking tours of 12 great stretches of the city. Shop, eat, drink, explore, exercise, watch and experience along with us.

Restaurant Review: Masala House in Shadyside

You'll find excellent Indian cuisine in a Shadyside building with a long culinary history.

A Tale of Two Strands: Theaters With the Same Name

In two small towns nearby, old vaudeville stages — which share the same name — have reopened and revitalized their communities.

From Pittsburgh to the Moon: Our Role in the Space Race

As the nation and private entrepreneurs focus again on space, 50 years after Apollo 11 touched down on the moon, Pittsburgh is once again in the celestial spotlight.

Best of the 'Burgh 2019

Our editors and a few special guests share their favorites on select topics — everything from Kelly Brennan’s favorite bloggers, Hal B. Klein’s favorite non-food Pittsburgh and Dave DiCello’s favorite views for photography (that aren’t Mt. Washington).

2019 Best of the 'Burgh Readers' Poll Winners

Thousands of nominations, hundreds of thousands of votes, and the winners are ...

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in June

Your 10 best bets for this month include WizardVue, rooftop yoga and Spamilton.

Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Our annual roundup of Pittsburgh's Best Restaurants covers a lot of ground. The list of 30 includes everything from fine dining at a resort hotel to a scrappy, farm-to-table breakfast and lunch counter in Bloomfield.

This Restless Pair are Pittsburgh Restaurateurs of the Year

Together, Richard DeShantz and Tolga Sevdik of the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group form the Pittsburgh restaurant world's most dynamic duo.

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