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PG&H: Your New Favorite Home Goods Store

There’s not much we love more than timeless, aesthetically pleasing home goods. Downtown’s latest retail endeavor blends home goods with our first true love: Pittsburgh. PG&H is a brand new retail space opening this fall that will carry only locally made wares for the modern home. It will do it in an upscale yet approachable setting that blends high style with local craftsmanship. The result is a true one-stop shop for those looking to add a punch to any interior, whether you’re furnishing your own living room or the city’s next great restaurant concept.

The year-long PG&H pop-up will stock handmade pillows, light treatments, furniture and more in a space that is part showroom, part demonstration space — and best of all, part coffee shop. Oakland’s favorite Redhawk Coffee has signed on to open a second location within the PG&H store, so you’ll soon be able to shop for the perfect new vase for your dining table with a golden milk latte in hand. Not only will PG&H breathe new life into a long-shuttered Smithfield Street storefront, it will also add even more support to the local maker ecosystem.

Here’s a sneak peek of a few of the makers that you’ll find at PG&H this fall.

Salvador Alane. Stock your apartment’s bar cart with hand-blown, well-crafted glasses, decanters and other accessories crafted by this incredible local glassware maker. Personally, we’re lusting after their seriously luxe whiskey decanters and highball glasses.

Bones & All. The husband and wife team behind this design-and-build firm already count Ace Hotel, Nike and Madewell as clients, but soon you’ll be able to admire their work in the PG&H kitchenette’s custom IKEA cabinet fronts and the shop’s selection of rotating furniture and homewares.

Otto Finn. The local textile designer has its own home base in Make + Matter, a new collaborative space in Lawrenceville, but PG&H will carry an exclusive collection of Otto Finn organic, paper-like multifaceted bags in fun prints and patterns.

Coded Clay. Bringing technology to the maker space, Coded Clay creates 3D printed ceramics that you truly have to see to believe. Pick up one of their planters, vases or architectural deco-inspired blocks for your most tech-savvy friend.

Redhawk Coffee. We firmly believe that every activity is made better by coffee, which is why we’re especially excited to have a second Redhawk Coffee location to visit. The PG&H Redhawk outpost will serve a full menu of espresso beverages, but it will also offer classes in cupping, creating the perfect pour-over and other coffee-centric activities.



Stop by on the 17th for the grand opening of the space and click here to visit site to further explore the producers involved, events, and more details on the project!

See you there!

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