Anyone who attends home furnishings markets can see the popularity of clear acrylic and Lucite in furniture design.
As the master designer downsizes, he offers for sale more than 200 pieces from his collection of antique furniture and decorative arts.
Many Downtown buildings are a testament to industry — steel, aluminum and glass.
Rounded windows and an aluminum staircase are among the unique features found in The Residences at the Historic Alcoa Building.
The Kauf family put on a large addition but left a 1950s bathroom intact at 40 Pocono Drive in Green Tree. It’s priced at $247,000.
The borough was born in 1885 when local farmers advocated separating from Union Township, which included what is now Banksville.
Observatory Hill’s Neighborhood History Tour opens Sunday at 1 p.m. and continues through 5 p.m. with walking and trolley tours.
The combination of two real estate brokers makes it the third-largest real estate company in the United States.
Trek Development Group/Q Development and BET Investments brought proposals to the city planning commission Tuesday.
British designer and author celebrates 40 years in the business by designing a contemporary collection called Retrospective.
Sheraden was incorporated as a borough and named after William Sheraden, a settler who gave land for the construction of a railroad depot.
A 100-year-old house in Sheraden needs lots of work, but the reward is a postcard view of Downtown framed by the West End Bridge.
Observatory Hill’s Neighborhood History Tour will feature tours July 17 that will include Riverview Park and Allegheny Observatory.
The Institute for Classical Architecture & Art promotes the study of traditional building forms, including the work of Palladio.
The country home set on 29 acres was modeled after a famous Italian villa and reflects the influence of architect Andrea Palladio’s design.
James O’Hara and George A. Bayard established a lot plan between 11th and 15th streets that was unofficially known as Bayardstown.
Everything old may be new again, but the Brass Lofts have a certain shine that’s sure to stand for another 100 years.
And a combination of factors could make the next couple of months strong ones, as well.
The 2.7-square-mile neighborhood is filled with tree-lined streets, grand old homes and houses of worship.
A house that B.F. Jones Sr. built for his daughter and son-in-law has seen a two-year renovation by a local developer and architects.
The brick house built in 1908 boasts original fireplaces, hardwood floors and stained- and leaded-glass windows and transoms.
The tentacles of the octopus are all over home decor this year. Both furniture and home accessories are caught in its grip.
Wilmerding hopes for an economic boost for their borough from the development of the Westinghouse Castle.
North Side man built the house of his dreams, but before it was finished, his plans changed. Now he’s moving to the suburbs.
Colors, furnishings and fixtures turn a dark 1906 house into a fresh delight to be served June 19 on the Brighton Heights Chocolate House
David and Cathy Johnson were just looking to build stables for their horse and pony. Now their mansion is on the market for $8.15 million.
Buying a second home in a favorite vacation spot can be a way to enjoy the best of two worlds. But there are risks to be considered.
Former home of Westinghouse Air Brake Co. in Wilmerding will become a “destination” boutique hotel and event space.
Give your home a seasonal look and brighten up your space with some of these white-washed designs
Salem Township first landed in the history books when the Battle of Bushy Run raged for two days on Aug. 5-6, 1763.
The Old Congruity Stagecoach Inn has housed early travelers, Civil War soldiers and a stained-glass artist and his family.
Bryan Grejtak started may have started as a baseball player, but a tour of the home he built shows he was born to be a builder.
Early settlers arrived on this land in 1760 but residents near Loyalhanna Creek petitioned to establish a new township in 1789.
Bank renovation helps history shine in the heart of Lawrenceville, wins Best in Show in PG’s Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Kim Basick and Chris Waraks are transforming a North Side block one row house at a time, winning the Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Judith and Craig Minegar turned “the biggest, ugliest house on the block” into a classic showplace on a quiet street in Beaver.
Beaver Borough became the county seat in 1800 when the county was formed and a separate borough within on March 27, 1802.
The celebrity cook and her husband, John Cusimano, debuted the Rachael Ray Home Collection at the Spring High Point Market last month.
A Franklin Park couple spent 10 years deciding what they wanted before embarking on an award-winning renovation.
Today, the nearly 17-square-mile borough is thick with rolling hills and woods and its southern edge skirts the Monongahela River.
Couple spends 18 years transforming a three-bedroom house with a new kitchen, cedar ceilings, two sunrooms and a huge deck.
West Mifflin mechanic Tom Kazar turns abandoned building into cafe that draws on steel history.
Just a year after historic designation, 1860s Lawrenceville rowhouses in jeopardy by owner who wants to build new townhouses.
When they couldn’t find a contractor, they tackled a vacant row house themselves. It’s one of 10 stops on the Historic South Side Home Tour.
Leaving behind a 5,200-square-foot Colonial, Susan and Greg wanted something smaller and greener with an open floor plan and great kitchen.
Ranch-style house at 132 Mary Reed Road in Economy, Beaver County, has four bedrooms and three full baths.
The area was settled in the 1790s by members of the Ullrich, Barto and Davis families, according to the borough’s website.
Highland Park house was a tea stop 30 years ago. This year, it’s the star of the Highland Park House Tour.
This bedroom community on Route 65 in the Ohio River Valley is bookended by Edgeworth and Glen Osborne, with Sewickley Heights on the hill.
Penthouse unit No. 5 on Elwick Street boasts a private elevator and an office with panoramic views of the Sewickley Valley.