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On Trend: Add a Touch of Velvet to Your Decor

Local designers say the fabric can give a room a luxurious feel. Here’s how to incorporate it into your home.

House of the Week: Updated Townhouse in Diamond Run

Mere steps from the Diamond Run golf course in Sewickley, this conveniently located townhouse features many recent updates.

Leanne & Steve Dish on Season 2 of "Restored by the Fords"

Siblings Leanne and Steve Ford talk renovating Steve’s new warehouse, Leanne’s new baby — and their two new HGTV shows.

House of the Week: All Brick Colonial in Mt. Lebanon

With a level back yard, this conveniently located home is walking distance to the “T” and one block from Foster Elementary School.

Join Pittsburgh Magazine at the Best of Design Party

Make conversation, and share cocktails, with this year’s winning designers at the Renaissance Hotel in Pittsburgh.

House of the Week: Ross Township Colonial

Located in the North Hills School District, this well-maintained home is minutes from restaurants, shopping and several parks.

How a Slaughterhouse in Lawrenceville Became a Home —And a Dojo

After close to a year’s worth of construction, the historic Union Provision Building — recognizable for the sculpture of a star and a bird connected by a chain on its exterior — is now a living space, woodworking shop and home to Allegheny Aikido.

House of the Week: Nearly New Colonial in Ross

This North Hills home is a short drive from Interstate 279, shopping, restaurants and parks.

House of the Week: Split Level in Cranberry

This well-maintained home is close to shopping, restaurants and interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

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.

My Favorite Room with Tyler and Brandi Kennedy

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

This Old Pittsburgh House: The Composer's House

Stephen Foster was born at 3600 Penn Ave., which later, in a musical connection, was owned by the founder of the American Wind Symphony Orchestra.

Spring 2019: Things We Love

Here are the local gems worth obsessing over.

On Trend: Eastmantribe's New Store and the Pittsburgh Vintage Mixer Home Show

Here's what's buzzing in the Pittsburgh home and lifestyle industry.

House of the Week: Unique Usonian in West Mifflin

This modern, mid-century Usonian home was designed and built by Peter Berndtson, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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From the Editor

HOME Spring 2019

HOME editor Jessica Sinichak is humbled by how much the Best of Design contest has grown since she joined the magazine four years ago.
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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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