Looking to do a little redecorating or updating a room? Pittsburgh is home to many local vendors, boutiques and shops that carry unique home decor. Whether your style is shabby chic, French-inspired, global, funky, or vintage, these stores have just what your home needs. 

Bombabird Ceramics 

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This small-batch ceramics studio creates unique and elegant pottery. Shop hand-thrown vases and candlesticks with a simple, sophisticated look. Bombabird also creates kitchenware like bowls, mugs, and cups that can be put out for display. 

Splurge 

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Shop seasonal decor as well as decorations for a room redesign at Splurge. With a collection that sets itself apart, Splurge looks for unique and eclectic items from the home furnishings market across the country. Find hip vintage and modern decor at Splurge in Fox Chapel. 

Asian Influences 

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On the hunt for decor with Eastern influences? Asian Influences, located in Lawrenceville, has a curated collection of furniture, ceramics, lighting, and artwork. The store also has antiques and fine art with pieces from all parts of the world. 

Eclectique

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One of our favorite and most versatile local boutiques, Eclectique has hand-painted designs, homemade decor, antiques, furniture, and fun events. Oh, and did we mention a winery? Eclectique has it all. The boutique has seasonal decorations, shelves, chairs, and artisan crafts with a country vibe. 

Von Walter & Funk

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Von Walter & Funk has a fun, funky, casual flair that we love in a local shop. Carrying decor, balloons, and “candles and shit” (our favorite), this place was made for Lawrenceville. While the brick-and-mortar shop is currently closed, their online store is operational so you can shop colorful and eccentric decor. 

Global Market Retail 

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Located on Murray Ave., Global Market Retail is the perfect shop for a world traveler. With art glass from Egypt, masks, mirrors, lamps, and good luck charms, this store has unique decor that will stand out in any home. Global Market has full-sized furniture like a Moroccan loveseat and chairs, as well as smaller decorative pieces, chests, and cabinets. 

The Forget-Me-Not Shoppe

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Lovers of the shabby chic style will love this old-time shoppe. The Forget-Me-Not Shoppe offers estate furniture, antiques, vintage lighting, and decor. Chandeliers, tables, sofa sets, chairs and vintage decorations line the shop. This boutique is currently running temporary business hours or you can book an appointment to stop by anytime. 

Ooh La La Boutique

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For a French boutique flair, Ooh La La Boutique in Carnegie has a broad selection of home decor, gifts, and accessories. The boutique also holds sidewalk sales in the summer, so be sure to stop by as you’re taking a walk through Carnegie. 

PG&H

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Bringing together master crafters, woodworkers, ceramicists, and metalsmiths, PG&H is a maker foundry. With a flagship store in downtown Pittsburgh, the organization brings together a collection of handmade items from local craftspeople. Check out their home goods, ceramics, textiles, bowls and pillows in-store or online. 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Emily Munk

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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