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House of the Week: Brick Bungalow in West View

Located 10 minutes from Downtown, this home features many updates and is surprisingly spacious.

Discover Wilkinsburg's Sacred Spaces on New Tour

Curated by artist Jennifer Chenoweth, the tour highlights the historic sights and sounds of Wilkinsburg, including churches, mosques and other historic buildings.

House of the Week: North Oakland Condominium

This move-in ready condo with private indoor parking is walking distance to parks, restaurants and schools.

An Open Door to Pittsburgh's Architectural Treasures

Founded two years ago by Bonnie Baxter, Doors Open Pittsburgh gives participants a behind-the-scenes look at some of the city's most interesting buildings and homes.

House of the Week: Fully Furnished Bloomfield Condo

Located within walking distance to shops, bars and restaurants –– this fully furnished home includes many amenities both inside and out.

Meet Kim Fox, the Artisan Making Tin Quilts

The Mt. Lebanon resident uses salvaged wood, tin and nails to create her pieces. Her work is now being showcased at Contemporary Craft in the Strip District.

House of the Week: Updated Victorian in Friendship Park

This six-bedroom home is minutes away from everything Pittsburgh has to offer including entertainment, restaurants, shopping, universities and Downtown.

House of the Week: McCandless Colonial on Large, Wooded Lot

Located in the North Allegheny School district, this home is close to shopping, schools and North Park.

A League of Their Own: 5 Buzzworthy Interior Designers

With an artistic bent and an eye for details, these MVPs of the residential interior designer scene are transforming Pittsburgh.

A Tale of Two Kitchens

The Youngs and the Deatons both knew they wanted to overhaul their neighboring 1930s-era stone homes in Mt. Lebanon, but their contrasting tastes resulted in two distinct design styles.

PPG Goes Dark Again for Its Color of the Year

As the 2019 Color of the Year, PPG Paints chose Night Watch, a luxurious dark green. Here’s how to incorporate it into your home.

This Old Pittsburgh House: Concert on Amberson Avenue

The brown brick, Queen Anne-style home in Shadyside is as rich in history as it is in music.

Q&A: Advice from a Property Diva

Lauren Klein, better known as the Pittsburgh Property Diva, combines her love for the city and real estate while dishing out homebuyer tips.

Home Style: As Good As Gold

Bring on the bling for a modern, luxurious look.

Meet the Winners of the HOME Magazine Readers' Choice Awards

Who do you turn to when you’re in need of a new kitchen, or dreaming of a backyard oasis? Readers voted for their favorites in Pittsburgh Magazine HOME’s inaugural Readers’ Choice Awards poll. Here are the 2018 Winners.
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From the Editor

From the HOME Editor

HOME Editor Jessica Sinichak reveals what it was like to help engineer a photo shoot (Vanity Fair style) with five very style-minded interior designers.
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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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