These are the Things We Love for Fall
HOME editor Jessica Sinichak finds local gems you’ll obsess over.
Ditch the conventional fall pumpkin scents in favor of a handcrafted Aura Candle by Pittsburgh-based Tal & Bert. The sophisticated fragrance has notes of mandarin, eucalyptus and earthy cedarwood. Bonus: Once the candle is burned down, you can clean out the geode vessel it arrived in and use it as a container.
Prices range from $42 to $120
Tal & Bert, 2892 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont; talandbert.com
Sundays in Pittsburgh are for Steelers football. Elevate your next black-and-gold gathering with these sophisticated, swirled resin chip-and-dip bowls from Molly Singer Home.
Molly Singer Home, 300 Freeport Road, Blawnox; 412/794-8463, mollysingerhome.com
Fall is always a good time to cuddle up with a blanket, but for the ultimate in warm indulgence there can be only one — and that’s the CozyChic Throw by Barefoot Dreams.
Barefoot Dream blanket, $147.95
Splurge, 1109 Freeport Road, O’Hara; 412/252-2242, splurge-shop.com
Fall in Love
The seasonal subscription box from love, Pittsburgh is filled with local goodies from Pittsburgh-based artists. Orders for the Fall Box, containing wooden wonders that will give you all the fall forest feels, are due by Sept. 25. The box ships on Oct. 10.
Boxes starting at $40
301 Shiloh St., Mount Washington; 412/208-1234
805 Liberty Ave., Downtown; 412/281-1359
Your Halloween candy will look extra chic in this navy-blue, textured bowl with natural handles by Terra Firma Ceramics, available at Gather in Sewickley. The bowl is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe, making cooking and cleanup a breeze no matter how you use it.
Gather, 424 Beaver St., Sewickley; 412/741-2222, thegathershop.com