Creating a Comforting Space from Home Boutiques in Pittsburgh

As a refuge, a showplace, a family center, or all of the above (and more), we all feather our nests with individuality and personal expression. Home boutiques around the ‘Burgh help us accomplish that goal. 

Antiquarian Shop  

Sewickley and Aspinwall 

Founded in the late 1940s as an antique furniture store, Antiquarian Shop carries design-savvy furniture, lighting, rug, and accessory brands. A timeless sense of taste governs here, with respect for tradition and infused with an understanding of casual comfort. Many great American brands like Hickory Chair, Arteriors, Cisco Home, and Baker are featured.  

Asian Influences 

3513 Butler St, Lawrenceville 

Owner Susan Fisher brings her exacting and experienced eye to everything in this Lawrenceville boutique. Every visit is a learning experience, and you will fall in love every time with something from the offering of antique furniture, porcelain, and art.  

Gather 

424 Beaver St, Sewickley 

Gather focuses on local artisans, handmade items, emerging new brands, unique finds, and witty words. Craftsmanship is respected at this very warm and neighborhood-y store, as is a bit of humor.  

Glassworks and Feathers 

5406 Walnut St, Shadyside 

Set your table in exquisite style. Make your bedroom and bathroom a haven for the senses. Great brands such as Ginori, Missoni, Vietri, Baccarat, Sferra, Matouk, Kim Seybert, and more, are on offer here, along with expert advice.   

Loft Home Design 

3529 Butler St, Lawrenceville 

Modern tastes join with classic Turkish craftsmanship in the furniture, rugs, and accessories of Loft Home Design. The curves and lines of the furniture are sensual and strong. Colors range from earthy to light-hearted. Make a visit and linger a little. There is much to discover.  

Not Usual Studios  

4610 Liberty Ave, Bloomfield   

Not Usual Studios sources one-of-a-kind pieces for home and commercial spaces. You can find beautiful vintage pieces like lamps, art pieces, loungers or sofas. The owners also offer one-on-one interior design services. The selection of vintage design books gives you a chance to refresh your sensibilities. 

In a home living room sits a green bulbous couch surrounded by minimalist decor and white walls.

B&B Italia’s Camaleonda Sofa, Courtesy of Weisshouse

Weisshouse 

324 South Highland Ave, Shadyside  

Iconic design reigns at Weisshouse. A visit to this two-story showroom reveals a trove of clean, modern looks, and classic Modern items. From Herman Miller’s lathe-turned walnut Eames stool designed in the 1960s to a la page lighting designs from Flos, good ideas abound here. Experienced professionals are on hand here to help you make a single purchase or to design and manage an entire project. 

Pittsburgh Furniture Company 

4312 Butler St, Lawrenceville   

If you are looking for vintage furniture with a touch of art and individuality you need to visit the Furniture Company. Great selection of mid-century pieces, rugs, and art. 

Rosie’s Workshop 

4322 Butler St, Lawrenceville   

Stepping into Rosie’s Workshop feels colorful, modern, positive, and inspirational. They offer playful home decor, lighting, and accessories that are made to last from upcycled materials. Reusing wherever possible is Rosie’s motto.  

Today’s Home 

1840 Greentree Rd, Green Tree  

Seven decades of experience come into play here, offering expert advice as well as a dynamic selection of brands including McGuire, Bernhardt, Chelsea House, Currey & Company, and Natuzzi. A managing team of five women ensures that things are done right at this 60,000-square-foot showroom.  

Story by Dominika Bronner

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