Though board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Jeneby specializes in transforming patients' appearances, his own face may look very familiar. The diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery has shared his extensive knowledge of both adult and pediatric plastic-surgery procedures with stations such as ABC News and KENS 5, and he was named one of the best area plastic surgeons by S.A. Scene. Dr. Jeneby also offers expertise as a national trainer on topics such as Lipotherme, SmartLipo body sculpting, and DOT therapy laser skin resurfacing.
At the equally acclaimed Plastic & Cosmetic Center, Dr. Jeneby and his staff perform surgical and noninvasive procedures ranging from rhinoplasties to SmoothShapes laser cellulite treatments. The facility houses a convenient onsite lab for blood draws and a concierge room where family members can watch television or their own DVDs from home. Clients can head upstairs to Spa Black to be treated with lasers that remove unwanted hair, banish pigmented lesions, or read barcode versions of Shakespeare.
Every framer certified by the Professional Picture Framers Association must prove his or her knowledge of preservation, math, mechanics, and mounting. Fewer than 4,000 people worldwide hold this certification, and one of them is on staff at Rossier’s Art Gallery. Clients can bring their own artwork, family portraits, or sports memorabilia to be framed or find a suitable setting for a piece from the gallery, which houses paintings and prints by local and internationally recognized artists. Pieces feature a range of subjects, from landscapes, florals, and wildlife to sports and vistas of Pittsburgh’s sweeping savannahs. The staff also curates an extensive collection of household decor, such as wire sculptures, glass art, and paperweights.
Levin Furniture has been passed down through generations of Levins since 1920, when Jessie Levin persuaded her husband to start a business to help their daughters' prospects. Since then, the business has grown, expanded, and gained a reputation for procuring and selling quality furniture. Levin Furniture's stock includes leather reclining sofas, beautifully carved dining tables, and sleigh beds from Daniel's Amish using hardwood materials from Ohio.
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The knowledgeable luminaries at Platinum Lighting Concepts help visitors navigate a wealth of lamps, chandeliers, mirrors, and home accessories. The lighting boutique carries creations by a range of designers that include Hinkley, Kichler, and Kenroy Home. Lamps by Meyda Tiffany ($37.50+) or a bronze table light by Kenroy International ($85) brighten rooms more elegantly than a lightning-bug butler. Chandeliers ($52.50+) range from Hinkley's five-light bronze up chandelier ($437.80) to the graceful lines of a three-light chrome fixture with a satin platinum finish ($174.38). Pendant lights ($17.60+) hang over bars or illuminate bow-tie collections, and sconces ($13.75+) cling to walls. A range of ceiling fans, clocks, and mirrors allows homeowners to add a unique flourish to domiciles.
The affable sleep wizards at DSM Bedding cushion weary bone bags with more than 20 models of top-notch mattresses from some of the industry's most notable brands. One of the area's select distributors of Gold Bond products, DSM outwits insomnia with a classic 13-gauge contract bed ($139–$229/mattress, $189–$289/set) and solid Westport firm mattresses ($449–$949) from the time-honored brand. Specialty mattresses include the eco-touch latex foam bed from Gold Bond ($899–$1,699), and noble nappers can release pent-up snores on an Aristocrat plush ($549–$899), which encases curve-conforming tempered steel coils and a merry band of rhapsodizing sandmen. DSM Bedding's accommodating owner often guides guests through his cozy storefront, offering handy mattress-shopping hints while lovingly recalling halcyon pillow fights of yore.