The Comforts of Home Fall 2022

When the nights lengthen, a well-feathered nest brings shelter and satisfaction. May we propose a few new feathers to add to your aerie?

All of the items and details included here are brought to you by our local boutiques. Support them and the life they bring to our region’s Main Streets.

They need us: If we want those walks up and down our streets to be satisfying, we need to invest in them with our purchases and our support!


The only place to find these distinct British lampshades from Fermoie is Brenda Friday’s Shoppe B. Available in 54 colorways and 15 sizes, they’ll make a style statement in every room.  Brenda Friday Design


Juliska’s melamine and acrylic versions of its classic patterns make carefree options for picnics, tailgates, and eating with the grandkids. Shown here, Berry & Thread melamine plates and serveware, Isabella acrylic glasses, Forest Walk napkins, and always break-resistant bamboo flatware.


These vases from the Penn/Fairmount tableware line are created by hand at Pittsburgh Glass Center. Glass artist Jason Forck and his team have designed distinct silhouettes including vases, pitchers, cups, and bowls in a variety of translucent hues. (Photography by Adam Milliron)


Artistic Tile’s Pinnacle Fete pattern blends a classic design with colorful, sculpted marbles in a rhythmic patchwork. Carved triangular flutes expose the white-veined background marble and bring out the nuances of all the colors. Perfect for a bathroom or backsplash in search of richness and


The Chelsea glazed brick collection is influenced by New York City’s eclectic, eccentric neighborhood of the same name. Chelsea comes in a variety of colors to suit any personality!


Curves ahead! The rounded shapes of this contemporary sectional adapt beautifully to a broad range of home styles. Upholstered in gleaming cream or in darker, tweedy perfection, the grouping is stylish and comfortable in equal measure.


A Mid-century modern icon, the classic Eames lounge chair has stood the test of time. Never out of style, it is now available at Weisshouse along with the entire Herman Miller line of products.


This home-office collection blends vintage design inspiration with a unique weathered driftwood finish to create a composed and relaxed look for a room that remote work has made very important. Hardware and metal accents are finished in antique pewter for a fresh look.


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