These are the Things We Love for Fall
HOME editor Jessica Sinichak finds local gems you’ll obsess over.
Cozy up in style in the cooler weather with a chunky, hand-knit blanket from Storehouse Neutral. The queen-size blanket also looks great draped over a sofa or chair. Storehouse Neutral, 5300 Butler St., Lawrenceville.
Liven up your living space with art-grade bronze hardware by Rocky Mountain Hardware. Made in the USA, these original cabinet and door pieces can be configured into a variety of sophisticated combinations.
Allegheny Millwork & Lumber, 1001 Muriel St., South Side; 724-873-8700, alleghenymillworklumber.com
Prices vary based on style, size and function
The logo crewneck sweatshirt by Steel City is a black-and-gold classic. Made from heathered poly-cotton fleece, it’s not too heavy, but not too light, making it perfect for fall Steelers games and beyond.
Steel City, locations at 625 Smithfield St., Downtown; 20424 Route 19, Cranberry; 5529 Walnut St., Shadyside; shopsteelcity.com
Talk about refrigerator art. Pittsburgh artist Annie Heisey’s colorful magnets are made from the dried paint scraps left on her palette after each painting session. Each gift set contains three one-of-a-kind magnets.
Nothing says “fall” (and Halloween) like a black cat hiding in a pile of colorful leaves. The digitally printed, super-vibrant art print by Shop Emily M is on super-thick card stock with a smooth finish.