Thanks Adrienne and Houzz. You guys did a great job. Here are Stacy’s answers to some of Houzz’s background questions.
1. What or who inspired your personal style?
I can’t say that there is one person or look. My eyes are always taking in new information. I love all types of design, although I would say I like to live with more contemporary upholstery mixed with mid-century, 70s mod, and other eras.
2. How did you find your house? Was it love at first sight?
I had sold my house and was looking for a rental while trying to find something to renovate. Found this rental. It seemed perf…
This is a great article about sofas and sofa construction. This NYT article explains in great detail the reasons to invest in well-made furniture. Weisshouse has built their business in only representing vendors who build good products. As Stacy always says “Buy quality and buy it once”!
Whirl Magazine salutes Stacy Weiss and many other women-owned business leaders in Pittsburgh. This extraordinary group of women have grown their businesses faster than their male counterparts. Women are becoming the “best drivers” of small business growth in America!
Click on the headline to read the Whirl Magazine article.
Ron Reinheimer a designer at Weisshouse shares his great advice on creative uses for wall paper…not your grandmother’s version. View the video with all the great suggestions. Click on the title.
Our very own Stan Adamik and Ron Reinheimer, 2 of our talented designers here at Weisshouse created a beautiful design for one of the condo at The Glass Lofts in Friendship. Pittsburgh Magazine was writing about the Glass Lofts, they came to Weisshouse to design the interior. Click the headline to read the article.
Beautiful contemporary and classic design has come to outdoor furniture. Lovers of Mid-Century modern and contemporary style want to live inside out, too. Cassina’s new LC3 outdoor sofa and armchair. Cassina is particularly proud of converting its Le Corbusier-style indoor sofa to an instant outdoor classic. The famous chrome frame was replaced with a polished stainless steel, which cradles the generous ECOFIL cushions covered in the seemingly omnipotent Sunbrella fabric.
B&B Italia also has beautiful and innovative furniture too.
“It would be at home undercover or uncovered,” said Stac…
Bold contemporary features open up old-school kitchen
Saturday, January 03, 2009
By Patricia Sheridan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Interior designer Kay Wiegand cooked up a fool-proof recipe for adding a little Italian flavor to her very traditional, very American, Edgeworth home. The house, a girls boarding school during the Civil War, has all of the architectural elements you would expect from something built in 1833 — deep molding, high ceilings, original glass and two-story plantation-style colonnades along the front porch.
What you don’t expect to find is an airy, 900-square-foot …
Weisshouse designs Pittsburgh Today Live set at the Home and Garden Show. Ron explains the whole process to design a furniture setting like the one at the Home and Garden Show.
To watch the video click on the title.
The Idea Guy
By Victoria Bradley, on March 1st, 2011
Stan Adamik weaves a transitional modern design style through a magnificent West Virginia manse.
Stan, our very own Weissguy featured in Whirl At Home. Click on the title to read the entire article and see the fabulous pictures of the house.
Ron Reinheimer a designer at Weisshouse shares his great advice on how to decorate your holiday table. Yellow is the theme. View the video with all the great suggestions.
Pittsburgh Magazine – Spring/Summer 2010
As an entrepreneur, interior designer, mother, humanitarian and owner of Weisshouse in Shadyside, Stacy Weiss finds the most luxurious furniture, flooring and accessories for every house.
A family-owned business for over 50 years, Weisshouse has been known for their products, customer service and client satisfaction. Stacy Weiss joined the store in her early 20s and started working in the blind department. “By osmosis I learned how to sell things,” says Weiss, “It was the best decision I ever made.” Today, Weiss, the mother of f…
Apartment Therapy – August, 2010
Apartment Therapy spoke with Stacy Weiss, who is the owner and creative director of Pittsburgh design center Weisshouse. She recently redecorated her own space and wanted to share her advice on getting it right.
When you are self-taught, you don’t operate on any given set of rules; I have been fortunate to find art and design that caught my attention and my affection from every area of my life. My first tip would be to embrace this feeling – many of my collections have gained character by combining items from my personal past with new and vintage items…