This well-maintained home is close to shopping, restaurants and interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
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.
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This modern, mid-century Usonian home was designed and built by Peter Berndtson, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Part of a three-phase plan, the 3- and 4-bedroom townhouses range in price from the mid-$600,000s up to $1 million.
This recently updated home affords plenty of room both inside and out.
Savannah Hayes adds six new wallpaper designs to her line of throw blankets, accessories and tea towels.
This three-bedroom end unit is walking distance to Allegheny General Hospital, the Children's Museum, National Aviary, Mattress Factory and just a few minutes to the North Shore.
The “Restored by the Fords” designer’s signature lighting line is set to hit shelves in February.
Renovated and move-in ready, this four-bedroom home is walking distance to shops, restaurants and the “T.”
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.
Woodmere is one of four high-end properties owned by Robert Knutson scheduled to hit the auction block this week.