5 Places in Pittsburgh to Shop for Joanna Gaines Inspired Modern Farmhouse Home Decor

Want a piece of Waco Texas design in Pittsburgh? Pittsburgh actually is a great place to shop for the modern farmhouse style, inspired by popular design show Fixer Upper with Chip and Janna Gaines. With designs inspiration pulling from a mix of french, industrial and farmhouse styles Joanna’s signature style is achievable through shopping in locally owned Pittsburgh home decor small businesses. Create the rustic, but soft modern farmhouse look in your own home through these five Pittsburgh home decor shopping spots.

1. Soergel’s

You probably know Soergel’s Orchard in Wexford PA for the amazing fall festival and pumpkin patch. This place is the type of place I dream of owning in another lifetime. There is truly something for everyone here with seasonal festival activities, a full fledged grocery, deli, fresh bakery, separate organic & health specialty grocery store, florist, nursery, home decor shop, gift shop, wine tastings from Arrowhead Wines, and now even Arsenal Cider is on site! I may have even forgot a few things. Seriously I could spend hours here in one trip and even return 3 or 4 more times a month. I really encourage anyone in the Pittsburgh area to experience this all for yourself.

My favorite parts are the Soergel’s gift shop (offering more accessories) and their trendy home decor / floral center. Here’s some pictures of the amazingness that is Soergel’s home decor shop. They deck the shop out each season curating special finds.

2. Sewickley Creek Greenhouse

This place is both a huge nursery full of seasonal flowers, overflowing hanging baskets, trees and shrubs, and also a home decor haven! The indoor shop is open year-round with rooms full of trendy home accents and garden accessories. They are prepared for every season, from springtime to Christmas I always find a great selection of unique home decor. Check their social and website for the latest in stock and sometimes even special discounts.

 

3. Shalimar Bazaar

Shalimar Bazaar might sound like a funny name to some unknowing of the terms, but Shalimar literally means “the Great Place” and bazaar means market-place. This spot offers a great range of eclectic home decor. Lots of unique and charming finds here. They have beautiful displays and theme each of the rooms. I like to stop by each season to shop even if its just for inspiration. Tip: The store hours are limited, I would call before planning to go.

4. Salvaged PGH

This place is full of salvage-type items like old doors, fixtures, sinks, cabinets, lighting, hardware and also ready-to-use decor and furniture. some items from places like local churches, barns and even fancy historical hotels like the William Penn Hotel. The staff is very knowledgeable about the items for sale, and you can tell they enjoy talking about the finds. Finder’s Tip: they updated their social media weekly with new finds.

5. Hot Haute Hot

This spot in the strip district of Pittsburgh describes its self as, “offering everything from mid century modern to rustic reclaimed furniture,” and “is full of hand picked, one-of-a kind pieces from across the globe.” Here you can browse eclectic lighting, artwork, textiles, boutique jewelry and home accessories. The finds here are a bit more modern, hip and trendy than farmhouse. The pieces are a bit more globally inspired than traditional all Americana, so this is a great place to find items to mix your look up. 

 

I don’t know why I’m sharing my favorite spots to go treasure hunting, but these places are my favorite home decor shops in Pittsburgh. My personal style is a mix of french farmhouse and Moroccan, and as you can see these small, locally owned businesses are offering an amazing selection to bring my look to life.

Curating my home is a passion of mine. One of the few reasons I’ll get up early on the weekend is for brunch, or an adventure. Browsing home decor or resale shops, and vintage fleas is one of my favorite weekend morning adventures. I love exploring for inspiration and finding treasures to bring into my home. I hope you’re inspired by these shops too!

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