A style all its own
Home remodeling ideas bring the past back to life in this gorgeous Pittsburgh-area home
Gold is the chosen accent color for the breakfast nook. The space’s chandelier was created by the homeowner out of twigs gathered and intertwined, then painted gold.
This updated bathroom design continues the home's use of wall art and color in striking fashion. Stained glass windows complement the home’s overall architectural style.
Regal colors and luxurious fabrics saturate the well-appointed living room in classic splendor. Surrounded by a bay of richly molded windows, a gilded side-chair (one of two) is upholstered in a couture dress fabric and is trimmed in Swarovski crystals.
An ornate gold television cabinet cleverly (and fashionably!) houses the master bedroom’s TV. To its right, a window is fitted with blue silk drapes stretching down to the floor.
Louie, a rescued pit bull, relaxes atop a bed fit for a king in the master bedroom. An opulent Versace leopard area rug dresses the wood floor for additional warmth and visual interest.
Built in 1789 and known as “The Black Horse Tavern,” the stone Tudor home has slowly blossomed into an expertly designed home thanks to the homeowner's artistic vision and historic preservation.
Located just outside the master bedroom, painted pearl-colored clouds on the ceiling and a female bust are fun and intriguing interior design elements comprising the second-level staircase landing.
No bare walls are present in this homeowner's historic preservation home. His creative eye for utilizing lavish fabrics is no more apparent than in his elegant drapery and window treatments.
With a flair for drama, this dining room swims in a sea of blue and silvery hues. Metallic paints were incorporated throughout, providing the room with a distinct ambiance.