October 6-8, 2023
Pittsburgh Convention Center

  • Fall Features

Learn from the former U.S. Chief Floral Designer

Laura Dowling served as Chief Floral Designer at the White House from 2009 until 2015. As creative director for flowers and décor, she managed White House floral design for thousands of official and private events, including state dinners, parties, receptions and large-scale installations, such as the Fourth of July, Halloween and the iconic White House Christmas. Her lush and lively floral creations also graced the White House state rooms, East and West Wing offices, Camp David and the Presidential private residence. As Chief Floral Designer, Laura launched innovative strategic partnerships with the nation’s top artists and designers, White House policy staff, including the Office of Science and Technology (OSTP) and Presidential Innovation Fellows, creating imaginative, cutting-edge décor and flowers.

Presentation Schedule

Friday, October 6th: 12:00pm, 3:00pm, 6:00pm
Saturday, October 7th: 12:00pm, 3:00pm, 6:00pm
Sunday, October 8th: 12:00pm, 3:00pm

The Ultimate Game Room

Visit the Ultimate Game Room presented by Pool City showcasing the newest 2024 furnishings from Jacuzzi, Brunswick, Plank and Hide, American Heritage and more! Relax, entertain or just create more family time in our version of the best game room around! Hot tub, bar, home theater, game tables, sauna, and much more to create more fun and relaxation in your life!  Let us help you make your dream a reality by visiting the Ultimate Game Room at the Pittsburgh Fall Home Show.

Ask the Interior Designers

Design is real and alive in Pittsburgh with emerging and experienced designers. Stop by booth #604-608 and get FREE consultations for your projects. They will also be doing free paint consultations. Come meet them: La Roche University, Interior Architecture & Design students and Savoy Interior Design, LLC

The Farm to Table Area

Stop by the Farm to Table section of the show and get great holiday decorating ideas using hay bales, corn stalks, trees, wreaths and pumpkins. Try locally grown and owned foods, drinks and cheeses. While at the Farm to Table display, be sure to see Garden Guru Doug Oster present on his Organic Garden Series.