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Saturday, April 26, 2014 • 9:00 a.m.‐ 3:00 p.m.


PRESIDENT’S LETTER

At the recent Strong Women & Families Health & Resource Fair, put on by the JLSL in partnership with Grace Hill, a young pregnant woman seeking prenatal care discovered she had diabetes and was able to get treatment. During the 2013-2014 year, the JLSL choral groups – League Larks and Nightingales, have performed at over 45 locations, bringing musical enjoyment to hundreds of disadvantaged seniors. Many of the places where they perform have no budget for this type of programming and the Larks and Nightingales provide a valuable service to these facilities and seniors. In its most recent season, the St. Louis Family Theatre Series, a perpetual project of the JLSL, provided a live theatre experience to over 25,000 school children in St. Louis. The above instances are just a few examples of the outreach and impact that members of the Junior League of St. Louis are making in our community. Your support of A Gathering Place Kitchen Tour is a key component of funding the mission of the JLSL to develop women as civic leaders. Please take the time to enjoy yourself today as you stroll through some of the most beautiful kitchens in St. Louis. Allow yourself to dream about your own kitchen remodel. As you do so, remember that in taking part in today’s Tour, you are allowing the JLSL to make a difference in our community. Thank you for your support!

Maureen Strasheim President

The Junior League of St. Louis is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. To learn more about the Junior League of St. Louis, please visit our website: www.jlsl.org

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Reminder:  This is a Self‐ Guided Tour. Please go in  any order you choose.  A

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100 Shady Valley Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63017 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270:

1414 Westwind Drive, Des Peres, MO 63131 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270:

Take I-64 W to N. Outer Forty Road (3 mi) Take exit 22 for MO-141/Woods Mill Road North Follow MO-141 to Olive Boulevard Turn Left On Olive Boulevard (2.7 mi) Turn right onto River Bend Drive (0.1 mi) Turn left to stay on River Bend Drive (141 ft) Turn right onto Shady Valley Drive (312 ft) 100 Shady Valley Drive on Right

Take I-64 E to exit 26 for Ballas Road (0.2 mi) Turn right onto N. Ballas Road (0.4 mi) Turn left onto Clayton Road (0.5 mi) Turn right onto Bopp Road (1.9 mi) Turn right onto Deutschmann Lane (0.1 mi) Turn right onto Lawnwood Drive (141 ft) Take the 1st left onto Ridgelawn Drive (0.1 mi) Ridgelawn turns right and becomes Westwind Drive 1414 Westwind Drive on Right

271 Ladue Lake Drive, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270: Take I-64 W to Mason Road (1.2 mi) Take exit 24 for Mason Road (0.2 mi) Turn right onto S. Mason Road (0.6 mi) Turn right onto Conway Road (0.2 mi) Turn left onto S. Mason Road (0.5 mi) Turn right onto Ladue Road (0.6 mi) Turn left onto Ladue Lake Drive (0.3 mi) 271 Ladue Lake Drive on Left

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10707 Kingsbridge Estates Drive, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270: Take I-64 East toward I-270 N (0.5 mi) Merge onto I-270 N (0.7 mi) Take exit 13 for Ladue Road (0.2 mi) Keep right and merge onto Ladue Road (1.7 mi) Turn left onto N. Spoede Road (0.6 mi) Turn left onto Kingsbridge Estates Drive 10707 Kingsbridge Estates Drive on Right

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1224 Laclede Station Road, Richmond Heights, MO 63117 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270: Take I-64 E (5.3 mi) Take exit 31A-31B for Interstate 170 N / Brentwood Boulevard toward McCutcheon Road / Hanley Road (0.1 mi) Take exit 31B on the left for Brentwood Boulevard toward Hanley Road (0.3 mi) Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Brentwood Boulevard / Hanley Road (138 ft) Continue straight (0.6 mi) Turn right onto S. Hanley Road (signs for Hanley Road N) (0.1 mi) Turn left onto Dale Avenue (0.3 mi) Turn left onto Laclede Station Road (0.4 mi) 1224 Laclede Station Road on Right

81 Waterman Place, St Louis, MO 63112 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270:

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Take I-64 E Take exit 33C for McCausland Avenue (0.2 mi) Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Washington University Turn left onto McCausland Avenue (0.3 mi) Continue onto S. Skinker Boulevard (1.0 mi) Turn right onto Lindell Boulevard (1.4 mi) Turn left onto Union Boulevard (0.3 mi) Turn left onto Waterman Place (0.3 mi) 81 Waterman Place on Right 27 Lenox Place, St Louis, MO 63108 From I-64 Just West of Interstate 270:

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Head east on I-64 E (10.0 mi) Take exit 36A for Kingshighway Boulevard (0.2 mi) Turn left onto S. Kingshighway Boulevard (1.2 mi) Turn right onto Hortense Place (0.2 mi) Continue onto Lenox Place (128 ft) 27 Lenox Place on Left

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100 Shady Valley Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63017 About the Kitchen

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By Emily Faber

A collaboration between local interior designer Julie Abner and Beck/Allen Cabinetry’s Joseph Kunz resulted in an ideal kitchen for a family with an active lifestyle and a love of entertaining. The home’s open floor plan called for a cohesive design; elements of the kitchen had to blend seamlessly with adjacent rooms while reflecting the homeowner’s modern aesthetic. They were drawn to European-inspired design details, selecting minimalist slab doors in a subdued palette with a subtle, textured strié effect. Taking cues from contemporary storage solutions, Joseph suggested a pair of stainless tambour units, which have become the homeowners favorite. Finishing touches within the space included the island’s custom stainless countertop and an edgy, yet organic backsplash tile from Ann Sacks.

Photo by Sarah Crowder, Ladue News

Kitchen InformaƟon  Cabinetry: Beck/Allen Cabinetry  Interior Design: Julie Abner Interiors  Appliances: AUTCOhome  Backsplash Tile: Ann Sacks, Chicago  Pendant Lights: Centro Modern Furnishings  Perimeter Countertops: Hallmark Stone

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271 Ladue Lake Drive, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 About the Kitchen

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By Jenny Rausch

The biggest change in this kitchen was the configuration. There was a bathroom and bar "room" in the center of the space; the kitchen was extremely small. The way it’s open now, to the family room, makes it a wonderful living space. I love the textures and mix of stone and wood, we have had a great response to the warmth of this space. This particular homeowner is a friend I have known since I was about eight, basically that means he felt quite comfortable with honesty in terms of what he liked and didn't like! Luckily he loved it in the end. I think the part he enjoyed most was working with me, I am sure he would say so himself (dearest Chuck, I hope you read this!)

Photo by Jeff Borts, Denash Photography

Kitchen InformaƟon  Dura Supreme Monterey Panel plus door style in knotty alder with cashew stain and coffee glaze finish  Mouser Centra Lenoz door style in cherry with charcoal stain  Blue lagos countertops perimeter  Biano antico granite countertops for island/bar

 Warmly yours warm floor  Seagull under cabinet lighting  Grohe bridgeford pull down kitchen faucet  Grohe bridgeford lever handle bar faucet  Sub zero under counter ice maker

 Top knobs antique pewter hardware  Crystal river floor tile  Alyse Edwards 3 x 6 crema Viejo backsplash

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10707 Kingsbridge Estates Drive, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 About the Kitchen

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By Jenny Rausch

The homeowner was excited about almost everything in this space! We opened the kitchen up to the living room, which drastically improved the flow and broadened the area they could live in daily. We also incorporated additional bar space for entertaining. There are also phenomenal views of the back landscape from every spot in the kitchen. For me, the focal point of the space would be the incredible wood island that, in a space that is so clean and white, adds a necessary warmth. After all was said and done, I know they love their wood top (with custom built-in cutting board) and in general the way her family can live in the space. She also loves the backsplash tile, but that's a no brainer! Photo by Jeff Borts, Denash Photography

Kitchen InformaƟon

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Mouser Centra Cabinetry in Andorra door style, painted maple in Linen finish

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Antique mirror glass inserts featured in select cabinets

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Dining hutch in Inset cabinetry

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Iceberg quartzite countertop on perimeter

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Craftart Black walnut with cutting board insert on island

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Toledo blanc waterjet polished backsplash tile

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Kohler Cape Dory White undermount sink

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Brizo Tazo pull down faucet and soap sipenser in Venetian bronze

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Top knobs Chareau collection hardware in umbrio finish

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Sub zero refrigerator with freezer drawer combo, cabinetry panels

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Wolf 30” gas cooktop with downdraft blower and Wolf 30” oven

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Asko dishwasher, cabinetry panel

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Kohler Portofino undermount sink white for bar

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Delta Cassidy faucet for bar


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1414 Westwind Drive, Des Peres, MO 63131 About the Kitchen

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By Walt Alles

This twenty-two hundred square foot home was designed with numerous, enclosed rooms. All rooms had eight-foot ceilings and all bedrooms, dining room and living room had wall-to-wall carpet. The kitchen, family room and breakfast nook had tiled linoleum. The homeowners decided that the entire floor plan needed to be renovated. The original kitchen was a pink, push-button, all-electric GE design which included the GE metal cabinets. The original home owner had the cabinets painted white prior to the sale of the home. One of the large portions of the renovation was the decision of the homeowners to make the kitchen the focal point. They cook and entertain at home quite often and they wanted a large, well-lighted kitchen with ease of movement and all components accessible. The kitchen and breakfast nook became one and the original family room, which was a separate, walled room, unifies the casual dining area as the hearth room. A formal dining room is located through a barrel-vault entrance off of the kitchen. The kitchen now includes a double oven, refrigerator-freezer, dishwasher and gas range with a pot-filling faucet. A microwave oven and warming drawer are located under the center island.

Photo by Sarah Crowder, Ladue News

The kitchen and casual dining area have a partial, raised, eleven-foot ceiling. Tray ceilings are in the formal dining room and the living room. A coffer-style ceiling is in the master bedroom. The designer, Patti Martineau of Perspective Design & Cabinetry was outstanding according to the homeowner. They shared ideas and the result was a beautiful one-of-a kind kitchen.

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1224 Laclede StaƟon Road, Richmond Heights, About the Kitchen

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By Emily Faber

When Beck/Allen Cabinetry owner Mike Beck met interior designer Mary Tramelli, she was ready for a change. The kitchen of her Richmond Heights home allowed for a minimal view of her lush backyard landscape and very little light. The adjacent breakfast room presented a possibility; open up the kitchen, the central gathering spot for friends and family, and brighten the entire space. The wall was removed and what was once a small kitchen, with only a single window above the sink, was transformed. Now four feet wide, the window is flanked with two arched side windows in a boxed bay. Shiloh cabinetry was chosen in knotty alder and topped with concrete countertops in shades of terra cotta and chocolate brown. In keeping with the home’s Mediterranean feel, Mary chose tumbled stone tiles, oil rubbed bronze fixtures and a deep farmhouse sink. The heart of her home, the kitchen now reflects Mary’s warmth as a person, her love of family and friends and a favorite destination—her beloved Italy.

Photo by Sarah Crowder, Ladue News

Kitchen InformaƟon  Cabinetry: Beck/Allen Cabinetry

 Flooring: Leon Anderson Flooring Company

 Interior Design: Mary Tramelli

 Cabinet Hardware: Locks and Pulls

 Architect: Killeen Studio Architects

 Lighting: Metro Lighting

 Contractor: Pupillo Contracting Company

 Windows: Kolbe Window and Doors

 Plumbing Fixtures: Crescent Plumbing

 Island: Alu Carlo Refinishing

 Tile: The Gallery at ISC Surfaces

 Tile Backsplash: Steve Pupillo

 Countertops: Dineen Creative Works 10


81 Waterman Place, Saint Louis, MO 63112 About the Kitchen

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The kitchen experienced many remodels over the years and had lost its traditional roots. The homeowners wanted a kitchen that felt like today, yet appropriate for the turn-of-the-century home. Shaker inset style cabinetry, in the same style as the original butler pantry, set the stage. The cabinetry painted in two colors, sage for the base cabinets and cream for the upper cabinets, creates an unexpected look and contemporary flare. Drawer pulls, cup style in a more linear shape than the traditional moon shape, reads industrial chic. Lighting fixtures follow the same clean contemporary vibe of the cabinet hardware. Lighting is indeed a highlight in the kitchen. Patrons will see the lighting plan displayed in the kitchen showing the layers of lights from LED lights in the china hutch, lights in the upper frosted glass cabinets, can lights, under cabinet lights and pendants. Under-cabinet plug molding replaces outlets in the backsplash to show off the opalescent, glass backsplash tile. Be sure to ask to see the hidden microwave! Marc and Dana of NEXT Project Studio and Amish Modern cabinetry will share tips and answer questions.

Photo by Sarah Crowder, Ladue News

Kitchen InformaƟon  Cabinetry - Amish Modern  Lighting - Metro Lighting  Countertops - Absolute Tile and Stone  Construction - Lucas Updates

 Design and Project Management - NEXT Project Studio  Plumbing Fixtures - Crescent Plumbing

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27 Lenox Place, Saint Louis, MO 63108 About the Kitchen

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The homeowners did a pretty extensive remodel of this house. They gravitate towards spaces with function, flow and clean lines. The house was redesigned and remodeled using Feng Shui principles. Its a theory that embraces change, which is perfect for anyone thinking about embarking on a remodel. It invites you to lighten up about change, embrace it, and allow your environment to grow and move around you. The new kitchen layout is very clean, open and uncluttered. It is meant to be a clutter free zone centered around the idea of the kitchen being a nourishment center of the home. The cabinetry is also beautiful and simple with fresh finishes. The remodel took the better part of a year and included most of the rest of the house. If you ask me what they liked best about the kitchen I would say its that fact that its complete!

Photo by Sarah Crowder, Ladue News

Kitchen InformaƟon  Mouser Centra beaded inset with amity door painted maple in divinity  Atlas Sutton brushed nickel hardware

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