Popping up in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty is the city’s first furniture and home goods pop-up shop, TOWNHOUSE. Open now, TOWNHOUSE will operate for an eight-month stretch and will offer cost-conscious, modern pieces for the home. The shop is a collaboration between Weisshouse, Epic Development, The Shop in East Liberty, and The Beauty Shoppe, and aims to bring a range of new design ideas to Pittsburgh. All of TOWNHOUSE’s products are hand- selected by Pittsburgh buyer Andrea Hnath to achieve a curated selection of fun, punchy home goods at a fraction of the cost of other high design shops and brands. Expect to find everything from rugs to prints to furniture — all in a modern palette and with most items priced below $200. The shop will operate between May and December out of The Beauty Shoppe’s existing storefront space to showcase collaboration as well as design. — Lauren Schmeer

TOWNHOUSE, 6016 Penn Ave., East Liberty. 304.685.8100.


This article is featured in the Summer 2013 / Volume 13 issue of  WHIRL@Home Magazine.

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