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October 2011

30 Home with a view:

A St. Albans stunner overlooks the picturesque Missouri River

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6 Editor’s Letter 8 publisher’s letter 12 trends 16 fab finds 22 HOT HUE 28 cheers 72 events 80 just for you

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Romancing the bluffs

St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles’ favorite home with a view

Favorite Spaces

Peek inside design professionals’ favorite spaces in their own homes

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Interior Designer Amie Corley relaxes with cuddly companion, Sunday, in the sunroom, one of her favorite spaces in her home. See page

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Welcome to SLHL’s second annual Favorite Spaces issue! We are extremely excited to give you another sneak peek into some of St. Louis’ best design professionals’ favorite spaces in their own homes. So get comfortable, grab a cup of tea or a glass of wine, and savor each and every beautifully designed space. Amie Corley, interior designer and young mom, enjoys spending time with her family in her cheerful sunroom (page 44) that is at once comfortable and chic. Bright colors, fanciful artwork, vintage finds and mix-and-matched furnishings come together masterfully to create a kicked-back, family-friendly hangout that is still big on style. Interior designer Ellen Kurtz has done a fabulous job transforming her unfinished lower level into a rustic and rugged entertainment space reminiscent of the “Old West” (page 46). Her expert use of textiles, fabrics and finishes, as well as unique furnishings and accessories, gives this “fun for all ages” room durability and panache. With the mountains rising regally in the background, interior designer Steve Toedebusch’s loggia (page 48) at his California home is magical in every way. Rich in detail and custom touches, this refined poolside oasis is Steve’s favorite place to “get away from it all.” Happy, happy, happy! That’s how I would describe interior designer Joni Spear’s marvelous family room (page 52). Who wouldn’t want to spend time in this colorful, eclectic space? Joni has created a delightful gathering area, chic and sophisticated yet relaxed and friendly, to share with family and friends. Interior designer Heidi Hartwig’s living room (page 54) is a study in the elegance of traditional décor. Its deep chocolate walls serve as a rich backdrop for luscious greens, reds and golds and classic furnishings that are as timeless as they are beautiful. Bold, bright and fresh. Interior designer Denise Fogarty’s revamped dining room (page 56) is all of these things. With a brand new look, this welcoming and spirited space is one you would never want to leave. Kitchen designer Julie Cullman has fashioned a kitchen (page 60) that uniquely blends contemporary and traditional style. With its clean lines and soft hues, this cook’s kitchen is one that Julie will enjoy for a long time. Tranquil and serene, the spa-like master bathroom (page 62) in interior designer Jane Ganz’s home is the epitome of elegance. A true retreat, this is the ideal spot to relax at the end of a busy day. The finest finishes blend beautifully with the latest technology to make Jane's master bath the ultimate luxury. A quietly masculine guest room (page 64) is one of interior designer Diane Breckenridge-Barrett’s favorite rooms in her home. Lovingly designed with her grandsons in mind, this softly hued room, with its classic details and a touch of whimsy, would make any guest feel special. And last, but certainly not least, is SLHL’s favorite home with a view (page 30). Situated on a stunning bluff overlooking the Missouri River, this St. Alban’s beauty is truly spectacular in every way, with stunning views from every room that capture nature’s splendor. This special issue of the magazine is one of my favorites, too. I hope it will become one of yours.

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Ben Gibbard, an American musician born in the 1970s, wrote “ I wish we could open our eyes, to see in all directions at the same time. Oh what a beautiful view.” That’s how I felt when I read this issue of SLHL; that every single page was a new view, a glimpse into the lives and spaces of some of the best design professionals in St. Louis. Winners of our second annual Favorite Spaces contest, these talented individuals each offer unique perspectives on what makes them happiest at home; each has a different point of view — and they’re all beautiful! In this autumn issue, we also share with you SLHL’s favorite “home with a view,” a stunning jewel that rises majestically over the Missouri River at St. Albans. Again, it’s all about the views. Designed and built to take full advantage of the natural beauty surrounding it, this home took our breath away. For my birthday this year, my wonderful husband, Barney, surprised me with something I’ve been secretly coveting for years — a hot pink scooter! Isn’t that funny? I have always loved watching people zoom around on these “mini motorcycles” and thought how fun it would be to have one of my own. So now I do! And as I was “zooming” into work the other day, it struck me that one of the things I love most about my scooter is the opportunity it gives me to enjoy the views. There’s something kind of optimistic and uplifting about the time I spend on my scooter. With the wind rushing through my hair and the cool breeze on my face, I just feel happy, especially knowing that the view ahead — on the road, and just in life— is rosy and bright. So as we make our way into another fabulous fall, we at SLHL hope you are inspired by the views, not only on our pages, but in your own lives as well.

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Juicy steaks, rosemary-scented legs of lamb, thick-cut pork chops — ahhh, music to my ears. Okay, you guessed it, I’m an admitted meat lover, and when autumn’s chill nips the air, I feel all the more justified when my eyes make a mad dash for the delicious meat entrées on the menu. So it’s understandable then that I also enjoy the ripe red wines that go best with them. There are probably thousands of Cabernet Sauvignons on the market from nearly every grape-growing country in the world. But there aren’t very many winemakers who can boast of producing top-quality Cabs from two hemispheres. California native Robert L. Pepi is a winemaking consultant for one of Argentina’s oldest wineries, Valentin Bianchi, while also producing his own single-vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon — Eponymous, as well as wines for other California producers. It’s a fascinating exercise to try Bob’s 2008 Eponymous Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (grown on a small mountain vineyard right below Bob’s house), then the 2008 Two Angels Mayacamus Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon (with grapes from a vineyard Bob owns near the top of the Mayacamus Mountains on the Sonoma side), and finally, Valentin Bianchi’s 2008 Famiglia Bianchi Cabernet Sauvignon from the Bianchi’s high desert vineyards in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. At three different price points (Eponymous retails for around $45, Two Angels at approximately $27 and Famiglia for about $18), each is a great bargain given the pure expressions of the Cabernet grape in every bottle. Other, more hearty “big red” wines fit the bill when enjoying substantial fall fare, including Spain’s signature grape, Tempranillo. Very little blending is done in Spain, so many of its wines are 100 percent Tempranillo. The differences stem from the terroir (a combination of soil, altitude and climate) in which the grapes are grown; the type of oak used (primarily coming from France, the United States or Eastern European countries) to age the wines; and the period of time the wine resides in the oak. In Spain, certain designations on the label indicate how long the wine has aged. If a wine is labeled Crianza, it must age in oak a minimum of one year, with an additional one year of aging in the bottle before it is released for sale. Bodegas Muriel Crianza from Rioja Alta and Tinto Figuero 10 Months from the Garcia Figuero family in the Ribera del Duero are two well-priced, beautifully executed Crianzas that are shining examples of the high-quality wines coming from their regions. If you follow the Duero River from Spain into neighboring Portugal, you’ll end up in that country’s renowned Douro Valley. Though the river has subtly changed names, this area grows comparable “big reds” that have become highly prized for their sophistication and fruitforward style. Unlike Spain, almost all of Portugal’s top red wines are blends of three to more than 20 grape varieties. Quinta do Vallado, where the family descended from the Ferreira port house, founded in the 1700s by Portugese legend Dona Adelaide Ferreira, produces many of the highest-rated Douro Valley red wines. The winery’s Douro Red 2008 is a relative bargain for a five-grape wine of this depth and dark fruit flavors. Fall is the perfect time to enjoy the richness of the “big reds.” And you can be sure I’ll be savoring them all winter long. See www.stlouishomesmag.com for resources.

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Perched high on the bluffs of St. Albans overlooking the Missouri River, this home offers breathtaking views to the west. The stone facade glows softly in the dusk, while multiple balconies and terraces offer the best seats in the house for enjoying the sunset. In the distance, the scenestealing Missouri River winds through the lush valley, shimmering like an iridescent ribbon.

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Below: The secluded portico exudes European charm and provides access to the pool and outdoor entertainment area. Separate from the main house, but still connected by the portico, the guest apartment beckons with its dramatic red walls. Right: The enchanting infinity pool works a bit of magic as it appears to spill directly into the river, which is actually far below. The pool's cascading waterfall delights the senses and sets the mood for a romantic sunset swim.

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Situated adjacent to the Country Club of St. Albans, SLHL's favorite "home with a view" is part of a community comprised of more than 300 homes in 13 unique neighborhoods, each just minutes from the manicured grounds of the golf course. The road leading to the hilltop home mimics a switchback, zigzagging through a series of near-hairpin turns, climbing all the while. Designed by architect Dick Busch, the house is impressive without being ostentacious. The beautiful stone

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Below: The master bedroom features a soaring ceiling and a romantic wrought-iron four-poster bed dressed in luxurious linens. A Palladian-style window with gracefully arched French doors welcomes the sunlight. Right: In the glorious master bath, a sunken tub, backed by a spacious walk-through shower, is the ideal spot to relax while enjoying the spectacular river views.

sheepishly agrees, “It’s sort of a hobby of mine!” But both are quick to pay tribute to the primary architect and many artisans who turned their dream into a reality. “The design process was so collaborative and positive — everyone made valuable contributions, from the architect to the stonemason to the framing carpenter,” the husband notes. “We were fortunate to work with so many highly skilled people.” The result is a home that not only perfectly suits the site but also

beautifully reflects the owners’ attention to detail. The interior feels exceedingly cozy in spite of the expansive windows and generously sized rooms, thanks in part to the soft palette, warm lighting and scaled-for-comfort furnishings. Another key reason the house feels so enveloping is that the ceiling height varies from room to room, and sometimes even within a room, boosting the intimacy factor of certain spaces and helping to define specific living areas with few interior

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This page: Two massive islands offer ample work and gathering space in the open kitchen designed by Gegg Design and Cabinetry. The floor and beams are 2-inch hard pine salvaged from a barn in Ohio. The rustic beams overhead make artwork of the ceiling. French doors off the kitchen lead to a charming covered outdoor dining area that takes full advantage, once again, of the stunning views of the river and western sky. Opposite page: The curved wall of the delightful breakfast room highlights five tall windows topped with Gothic-inspired arches.

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walls. Yet the home does not reveal itself all at once and offers lovely surprises at every turn. The entry features a magnificent handmade door of sunken cypress, which opens onto a stone foyer and a wall of windows, presenting the first opportunity to enjoy the panoramic setting. A honeyhued wood floor anchors much of the main level, and support beams made of 2-inch hard pine salvaged from a barn in Ohio add a hint of rustic character. A lavish master suite, with a dressing room, morning kitchen and a personal study for each spouse, occupies the left wing of the home, while the right wing features a charming guest apartment for lucky visitors. In between, the public areas — formal living and dining rooms, kitchen and great room, lower-level lounge and several decks and balconies — offer many ideal gathering spots inside and out, making the house perfect for entertaining. “We love hosting family celebrations and holidays,” the husband says, while the wife reminisces, “Our daughter and son-inlaw got engaged on a bench out front, and the wedding was here on the grounds.” As the sun sinks low on the western horizon, the romance of the river is unmistakable, and our favorite "home with a view" is a perfect place to enjoy its captivating beauty. See www. stlouishomesmag.com for resources.

This page: The woodworking throughout the wife's study is gorgeous sunken cypress. Unadorned windows in this room and throughout the home allow sunlight to flood each space and offer unobstructed views. The study's door is handmade (also of sunken cypress) with obscure glass that mimics the undulating river below. Opposite page: A dramatic curved balcony with wrought-iron spindles offers a unique perch to gaze down upon the homeowner's gorgeous handpainted dining room table. French doors open onto a private patio that provides a glorious spot for mingling before and after meals.

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Here’s the chance to glimpse into the homes of some of your favorite St. Louis design professionals. Inside their own personal spaces, these design industry experts were free to explore their creativity, push the limits and do everything exactly the way they wanted. Their winning spaces were chosen from numerous entries by a panel of esteemed judges from across the country.

PHOTO BY GREG RANNELLS

The following pages showcase a SUNROOM(page 44), a LOWER LEVEL (page 46), a LOGGIA (page 48), a FAMILY ROOM (page 52), a LIVING ROOM (page 54), a DINING ROOM (page 56), a KITCHEN (page 60), a MASTER BATH page 62) and a GUEST ROOM (page 64). We hope you enjoy these special spaces and pick up some great tips along the way.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER

Amie Corley

Amie Corley Interiors 314-496-6022 amiecorley.com

Why she loves it:

“Palm Beach meets bohemian” is how interior designer Amie Corley describes her cheerful sunroom. “I’ve tried to establish a balance between wild artwork and fun, colorful upholstery,” says Amie. “I believe that spaces should look curated — styled and assembled over a period of time rather than all at once.” Amie mixed vintage finds, such as the chartreuse Knoll chairs, with new pieces including the urbane white coffee table. Creating a kid-friendly space that the whole family could enjoy was Amie’s mission, as her sunroom triples as a family room and TV room. “The bright colors keep us happy, and the mismatched style is a perfect blend of comfortable and chic,” says Amie.

Why the judges love it:

This room is all about the successful blending of opposites — vintage and modern, eclectic and traditional, and bright colors contrasted with neutrals. It stylishly marries a personal and cozy feel with an alive and upbeat ambience. This is an engaging, fun space for today’s modern family.

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Left: Ellen and husband Ty unwind with a glass of red wine in their Western-themed bar. Below: The lower level was unfinished when Ellen began decorating, and grew to include an entertainment center, pool table area and a bar.

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Ellen Kurtz, ASID Ellen Kurtz Interiors 11612 Page Service Drive 314-426-6262 ellenkurtzinteriors.com Why she loves it:

The inspiration for interior designer Ellen Kurtz’s rustic lower level was her western movie buff husband, Ty. The space was unfinished when Ellen began planning the remodel, and she made sure it was as kid-friendly as it was Old West-rugged every step of the way to accommodate the couple’s children and grandchildren. “The space needed a TV area, a pool table area and a bar,” says Ellen. “Using concrete countertops and stained concrete floors made it easy for cleanup and Little Tikes cars!” Barn wood for wainscoting, slate for the fireplace and tall, fabric-covered booth seating tie the room’s theme together fashionably and flawlessly.

Why the judges love it:

This lower level is a gorgeous example of how to do a themed room correctly. The authentic, rustic details work together to create a warm entertaining area. The textile and fabric choices, such as the leather and nailhead trim adorning the front of the bar, are not only on theme but work together to create a stylish, fantastical retreat.

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This page: Candles and custom light fixtures illuminate this relaxing retreat well after sunset. Opposite page, top: Whimsical drapery surrounds the loggia, offering added shelter and comfort on chilly nights.

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Steve Toedebusch Frank Patton Interiors 13133 Manchester Road 314-965-4240 frankpattoninteriors.com

Why he loves it:

This poolside sanctuary in the California home of interior designer Steve Toedebusch is his pride and joy. “It is a loggia off the living room and is used most of the time for entertaining and just relaxing,” says Steve. Rich, unique details, including custom-made light fixtures and crosscut travertine marble flooring, give the space show-stopping edge. His outdoor retreat is a soothing spot to read and admire the view during the day and transitions into a cool, cozy space to dine in the evening. “With the doors open to the living room and candlelight, it can be a magical place,” says Steve.

Why the judges love it:

This warm, coastal-inspired outdoor living space is a flawless example of high design and décor. The whitewashed ceiling and beams add a Cape Cod feel to the sophisticated seating area and are complemented by the cream-colored curtains that add a beach cabana feel. The minimal, sleek design and simple furnishings make it a welcoming oasis.

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Joni Spear, B.S. in Interior Architecture Joni Spear Interior Design 314-614-9080 jonispear.com

Why she loves it:

“As a full-time designer with three children, family time is cherished,” says interior designer Joni Spear. “The family room is designed to be a vibrant space that naturally draws us together.” The bright fuchsia walls are happy and hospitable and pop against the white leather sectional sofa and molding. “Bold colors were inspired by the rug, which grounds the space and plays nicely off of the wall palette,” says Joni. The flat-screen TV and family computer make this room a popular hangout for the whole family — and as Joni describes it, “a wonderfully endless stream of friends.”

Why the judges love it:

The white molding against the bold walls in this bright space add chic sophistication and formality to a relaxed, inviting family room. With an eyepleasing layout and welcoming furnishings, the designer has blended elements of refined style with a joyful, family-friendly color palette.

Above: The flat-screen television positioned above the fireplace brings the whole family together to keep warm while watching games during the bustling coldweather sports season.

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Heidi’s charming secretary holds antique finds, books and trinkets. Lamps were purchased from Naples Lamp Shop and artwork from an Australian artist. The green Henredon chair is one of Heidi’s favorite pieces.

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Heidi Hartwig Fabulous Finds 314-852-0876

Why she loves it:

Filled with traditional, romantic charm and sophistication, interior designer Heidi Hartwig’s living room combines classic furnishings with warm color. “The luscious window treatments pop off the chocolate mink walls, which were painted by a local artist,” says Heidi. Much of the furniture was handpicked and purchased in Florida and shipped to St. Louis. “I love the Century Furniture sofa in the buttery gold fabric with beautiful bullion trim,” says Heidi. Other favorites in the room include the Henredon chair in green velvet damask, the wooden secretary filled with small antiques and the refined, stately lamps and light fixtures.

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The dark brown walls are a good choice — they work with both the wood tones of the furniture and the rose and green fabrics and accent colors. This room is everything a successful living room should be: breathtaking and inviting, while retaining a strong feeling of personality and comfort.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER

Denise Fogarty, ASID Denise Fogarty Interiors 1044 Bristol Manor Drive 314-757-1112 denisefogartyinteriors.com

Why she loves it:

The dining room is a very important space in interior designer Denise Fogarty’s home. It acts as a study for her son, a conference room for her meetings with sales representatives and an entertaining space for parties and get-togethers. So, when Denise decided to redo the room’s décor, she chose a bright and welcoming color palette. Bold green paint and vibrant reupholstered chairs add personality, and crisp white chandelier shades balance the room with sophisticated style. After months of eyeing artwork that didn’t quite fit with the décor of her house, Denise found a home for the pieces in her cheery new dining room. “The artwork was one of the final touches. It made the whole room feel more like the rest of my home — beachy,” says Denise.

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This room has a fresh look that’s interesting without feeling too contrived. The contrast between the dark wood and crisp, bright upholstery fabric and paint is pleasing, and the striking green walls really make the art pop. Using the strongest color on the walls was a bold choice that paid off.

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KITCHEN DESIGNER

Julie Cullman, ASID brooksBerry Kitchens & Baths 751 Old Frontenac Square 314-872-7720 brooksberry.com

Why she loves it:

“It’s [helped] transition me from being a single person to a married person,” says kitchen designer Julie Cullman of her kitchen. “I started the design process when I was single, and by the time it was finished, we were getting married.” Julie shares that she and her new husband chose to host their wedding reception at their home and that the kitchen provided a happy place to celebrate with friends and family. When asked what she loves most about the space, she doesn’t hesitate to say it’s the glossy countertops. “The green countertop on the island and around the sink [are my favorite parts],” says Julie. “It’s an unusual material, and I love the greens, grays and cream colors.” Other favorite items include the professional-style appliances (Julie loves to cook), the restored vintage dining table purchased at a flea market and the mid-century chairs she inherited from her grandmother.

Why the judges love it:

Clean lines and quiet décor make this uncluttered kitchen restful. The green and gold palette and lovely natural light is complemented with a skillful use of subtle color — the pear hue warms up the stainless steel and balances the strong black accents. This kitchen is a very adept mix of styles — it is contemporary, with nods to the mid-century design of the home.

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Opposite page, top: The tall cabinet door, made with window screening inserted between Plexiglas, adds ultra-efficient storage space to the kitchen. Opposite page, bottom: Julie and handsome furry friend Hopper. This page: Julie and her husband laid and finished the matching hardwood floors themselves. The bar area features horizontally routed medium-density fiberboard paneling. STLOUISHOMESMAG.COM OCTOBER 2011

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This page: An archway frames the entrance to the bathtub, featuring a vaulted ceiling with a 4-by 4-foot skylight. Opposite page, bottom left: The sink cabinet and dressing table have a glazed antique cream finish, and the table’s handles are made of chrome and Swarovski crystal. Top right: The Aquarama granite fireplace and tub deck surround the enormous bathtub.

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Jane Ganz, ASID

Directions In Design, Inc. 1849 Craig Road 314-205-2010 didstl.com

Why she loves it:

The elegant master bathroom in interior designer Jane Ganz’s home captures the feeling of a tranquil spa retreat. Complete with a fireplace and television within sight of the enormous, in-ground bathtub, the upper level includes hand-blown glass sinks, glazed antique cream furniture and silver patina and crystal wall sconces. From polished porcelain tile with iridescent mosaic squares to a coffered ceiling with intricate molding, a crushed glass chandelier and a skylight, this bathroom is truly a therapeutic retreat from head to toe. “It’s a perfect place for a glass of wine and meditation as I watch the glow of the fireplace, made of aqua burning glass,” says Jane.

Why the judges love it:

Elegant restraint makes the fine materials used to create this spa-like master bath serene and chic. Technology for ultimate comfort is seamlessly incorporated with a fireplace and television, and the marble gives the room its twist, moving it away from the expected. The echo of the cool color of the marble in the upholstery choice for the two chairs is also a lovely, unexpected touch.

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Diane Breckenridge-Barrett, ASID Diane Breckenridge Interiors 501 S. Lindbergh Boulevard 314-727-2323 breckenridgeinteriors.com

Why she loves it:

Creating a subdued yet lively guest bedroom that will charm guests of all ages is challenging — unless you’re interior designer Diane Breckenridge-Barrett. Diane describes this space as “perfect for all my grandsons” and says that the design is in the details. “When I saw the chest, with its maritime motif, I knew I had found the perfect inspiration for the room,” says Diane. “Every time I walk by this room, I cannot help but appreciate the details that pull [it] together.” The custom-made caramel duvet covers with aqua accents are playfully complemented by the aqua walls, knitted pillow shams and plaid fabrics that pepper the room’s décor.

Why the judges love it:

Exuding quiet masculinity with its subdued but warm color scheme, this room shows careful attention to detail. The welting on the bed covering draws in the blue of the ship on the antique dresser without seeming overly coordinated. It’s a versatile space where a guest of any age could rest comfortably. The headboards, made with nailhead trim and plaid upholstery, are a good “everything old is new again” nod to classic decorating.

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Opposite page and above: The soothing blue walls and accents were inspired by the aqua blue color painted on the chest. The headboards and bedding were custom made to match the room’s maritime theme, with plaid being the room’s foundational fabric.

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Rebecca Christian is articles editor at Traditional Home, where she manages garden content. In addition to her day job, Rebecca is a playwright, essayist, poet and commentator for public radio. Her byline has appeared in more than 100 magazines and newspapers. Her work has been featured in Food & Wine, Country Living and the Chicago Tribune. She loved getting ideas for her own Arts and Crafts bungalow from these wonderful spaces.

Janel Laban is the executive editor of Apartment Therapy, the popular home design and lifestyle blog, with the tagline, “Saving the World One Room at a Time.” Apartment Therapy shares daily content with more than 6.5 million unique readers a month, including photo house tours, tips, guides, advice and inspiration.

Design Du Jour Visit St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles’ design blog at blog.stloushomesmag.com for fresh ideas and styles from the Gateway City’s design scene.

Monica Pederson, interior decorator, lifestyle expert and television host, has had her work featured on HGTV’s Designed to Sell, Bang for Your Buck, Showdown and HGTV Dream Home. Her designs have appeared in magazines including Redbook, Town and Country, Good Housekeeping and InStyle. Monica is a selfdescribed “textile junkie” and says she’s happiest when parked in front of her sewing machine.

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OUTDOOR LIVING

c. bennett building supply

The hottest trend in home design is outdoor living! C. Bennett offers turn-key solutions for your outdoor project needs. From design to installation, simply make one call to C. Bennett. They supply and install grill islands, fireplaces, fire pits, appliances, roof systems, pizza ovens, gas torches and much more. Serving St. Louis for more than 30 years. 636-542-9326 www.cbennett.net

accent outdoor lighting

Nothing soothes the soul like a sparkling waterfall. Expand the time you can enjoy a water fountain with beautifully designed, energy-saving LED lighting from Accent Outdoor Lighting, St. Louis’ premier lighting professionals. Placing lighting in strategic areas of your patio, pool and yard can provide more space for entertaining and playing outdoors. 636-536-0624 www.accentoutdoorlights.com

chesterfield fence & deck co.

Because your deck is an investment toward your home, you should choose Vekadeck™ vinyl decking. Vekadeck is a low-maintenance vinyl deck board with a lifetime warranty. The low water absorption of Vekadeck makes it a great decking material to use near pools. Since Vekadeck boards are reinforced cellular PVC, they are a great alternative to wood and composite decks. 636-532-4054 www.chesterfieldfence.com

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bright-mann contracting, inc.

Over the past 14 years, Bright-Mann Contracting has earned a reputation for quality, integrity, honesty and exceptional service. We have pioneered several decorative concrete techniques and services and continue our tradition of excellence with our brick and stone masonry installations. We offer full-service design and installation to enhance your outdoor living space with quality communication, realistic schedules and the highest level of workmanship. 314-962-8100 www.bright-mann.com

california custom decks

Entertaining is now a little bit easier and much more elegant. Instantly transform your backyard into a charming Italian trattoria, and take on an air of romance with a Hearthside Pergola. Let California Custom Decks help you create your own outdoor oasis. 314-968-3325 www.caldecks.com

westport pools

This beautiful backyard oasis began as sketches by the owner’s son. Working with the boy and his father, the designers at Westport Pools were able to develop a residential pool with all the amenities found in water parks – but on a backyard scale. The project included a swim-up bar, a grotto with a waterfall, water basketball, a spa and an outdoor fire area with a two-story gazebo and viewing area. Get ready for winter: schedule your pool closing through Westport pools online today! 314-432-1801 x4827, www.westportpools.com

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the designing block

These Silvek planters are made of reclaimed Norwegian pine brickmaker pallets with a charred and stained wood finish. Each planter features iron frames with a black finish detailed with an iron lion’s head and paws. Each piece is unique. Find this and other fabulous home furnishings and accessories at The Designing Block, a store filled to the brim with colors and textures to captivate any design taste. 314-721-4224 www.thedesigningblock.net

seasonal concepts

Seasonal Concepts presents a unique twist on outdoor lanterns with The Allure Silver Vein, a table-top fire pit that runs off gel fuel and can be burned indoors or outdoors. The Allure is available in Sedona and Silver Vein finishes. It’s portable, sturdy, easy to light and operates on clean-burning Gel Fuel. 636-227-4044, www.seasonalconceptsonline.com

mary tuttle’s

Mary Tuttle’s brings you “The Art of Living” outdoors: Our Flowerball Lanterns will ignite any outdoor event. Poised at the entrance of your doorway, garden, patio or pool, these candle lanterns create a dazzling effect. It’s available in two sizes, and the powder coated finish makes these lanterns suitable for indoors or out. 636-728-0480, www.marytuttles.com

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Wow guests by adding the Equilibria Fountain from Henri Studio, in premium cast stone, to your garden. Made in America, this tall, playful, modern fountain’s fun shape will make water an intriguing focal point in your garden. 636-227-0095, www.summerwindsmo.com

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No matter your project, McCarthy Design + Build understands that to you, it’s more than just a room. It’s a compliment to your personality. Passionate • Meticulous • Comprehensive

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October October 1 Downtown Architecture Walking Tour Take a two-hour walking tour in the heart of Downtown St. Louis and discover the city’s rich history and architecture. The tour begins outside the western entrance of the Old Courthouse. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit www.mstl.org or call 314662-3187 for more information. October 1 Peabody Opening Night Gala The Peabody Opera House is hosting its re-opening show starring Aretha Franklin and Jay Leno, along with other special guests. All proceeds benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. Visit www.peabodyoperahouse. com or call 800-745-3000 for more information. October 1 Best of Missouri Market This signature Missouri Botanical Garden event celebrates its 20th anniversary with fresh produce, baked goods, handcrafted items and more from more than 120 Missouri food producers and artisans. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www. mobot.org for more information. October 1 & 2 Historic Shaw Art Fair Explore Arts and Crafts, great food and live music at the 19th Annual Historic Shaw Art Fair. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www.shawartfair.org for more information.

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October 6 Girls Night Out at the Chase Sip cocktails for a good cause at the fourth annual Girls Night Out event to benefit Marian Middle School at the Starlight Room atop the Chase Park Plaza. Enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres and fabulous raffle prizes from Tiffany & Co., Brown Shoe Company and more. Visit www.mms-stl.org or call 314-7717674 for more information. October 7-9 Soulard Oktoberfest Celebrate the seventh annual Soulard Oktoberfest with fresh beer, live music, a beer barrel race, a sausage eating contest and more in Lyon Park. Friday 6 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit www.soulardoktoberfest. com for more information. October 15 2011 Carousel Gala Mix and mingle at the 2011 Carousel Gala presented by the Friends of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. This black-tie evening at the Fabulous Fox Theatre includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and dancing. Proceeds benefit Health Kids Express, a pediatric mobile health program for St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Starts at 6:30 p.m. Visit www. stlouischildrens.org for more information. October 15 - November 6 Glennon Card Fundraiser Purchase a Glennon Card online (or from a participating retailer beginning October 15!) to save

October 15 & 16 Flower Sale at the Garden Join the Greater St. Louis Daffodil Society and Mid America Regional Lily Society for a flower sale featuring plants from the area’s top growers at the Orthwein Floral Display Hall, Ridgway Visitor Center. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entry included with Garden admission. Visit www.mobot.org for more information.

money at stores across St. Louis from October 28 to November 6. All Glennon Card proceeds benefit Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation, which supports SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Visit www.glennon.org for more information October 21 Around the World Wine Dinner Travel to wine-producing regions from around the world with a four-course dinner hosted by a wine expert at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Chefs from Catering St. Louis will create a regional menu, pairing each course with a regional wine. 6:30 p.m. Visit www.mobot.org for more information. October 22 Fresh Hop Beer Festival Sample and savor fresh, hoppy beers at this annual celebration of the fall hop harvest at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. Noon to 4 p.m. Visit www.schlafly. com or call 314-241-BEER for more information.

October 22-30 Boo at the Zoo Explore the zoo after dark during Boo at the Zoo, a special Halloween event sponsored by St. John’s Mercy Children’s Hospital. Children (and parents!) are encouraged to wear costumes. The event includes a giant play web, a haunted house, spider maze, creepy crafts and more. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Visit www.stlzoo. org for more information. October 27-29 Halloween at Grant’s Farm Celebrate the season of spooky with a trip to Grant’s Farm for kid-friendly frights including a fun house, magic shows and moonlight tram rides through the park. Thursdays through Saturdays, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Continues through October 29. Visit www.grantsfarm.com for more information.

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SUTTONWOOD

INTERIORS & ANTIQUES

Our Unique 16,000-square-foot Showroom, located in Soulard, blends a large selection of both

Contemporary & Antique Décor. PlEASE vISIT US NOW DURINg OUR

ANNUAl SAlE. Announcing Glennon Gourmet... from the Glennon Guild

A unique cookbook with more than 450 recipes, including many from local chefs and restaurants. All proceeds benefit: SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

Order Your Copy Today! Order online: www.glennon.org Call to order: 314-577-5607

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Kitchen & Bath Design service complete professional remoDeling

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Cabinetry by Design Where Distinct Design Doesn’t Have to Mean Expensive

Custom craftsmanship utilizing old barns and farm houses to create unique furniture to meet your needs and dreams.

Country Collection by

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Marketplace Known for our large selection of chandeliers!

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Lamps | Sconces | Furniture | Accessories | Jewelry 7735 CLAYTON RD, ST. LOUIS MO 63117 (ON CLAYTON ROW)

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All items shown subject to prior sale. May or may not be available.

Thank you! We were awarded Lighting Contractor of the Year! We are Missouri’s ONLY certified low voltage lighting company by the Association of Outdoor Lighting Professionals.

314-303-1091 BBS offers Custom Plantation Shutters with several design options to customize your home. Visit our Booth 2406 at the St. Charles Home & Remodeling Show Oct. 14-16 for Special Savings! Kim Brown

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Marketplace Custom furniture & reupholstery • Custom Draperies • Custom BeDDing

Full-Service interior DeSign StuDio

We can transform any room into “your room.” Visit or call today for a complimentary in-home consultation. teDDy Karl principal Designer Allied Member ASID

www.greatcoverupdesign.com 9708 Clayton Road • Ladue, MO 63124 • 314.995.5701 Visit our store Mon – Fri 9:30 am – 5 pm • Sat 10 am – 4 pm Designer faBriCs & WallCoverings • lamps • aCCessories & gifts

G.M. Doveikis & Associates, Inc. residential & commercial interior design

achieve the interior you’ve always dreamed about space planning, furnishings, draperies, flooring, lighting, wall finishes and accessories 636-227-7788 www.gmdoveikis.com

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We Guarantee Success!

New resale boutique now open! Potentials is the perfect place to buy or sell clothing and fashion accessories for ladies, men and teens, as well as furniture and home décor. Now accepting fall clothing, furniture and home décor; and offering a free furniture pick-up service

Don’t be scareD to shop our fall collections

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All proceeds from sales benefit Youth In Need, a local nonprofit that provides crisis prevention, intervention and recovery programs to more than 11,000 children, teens and families each year. When you shop (or donate) at Potentials, you show that you believe in the power of potential.

Find us on Facebook @ Potentials Resale Boutique

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HAAS CABINETS: 40-65% OFF MANUFACTURER’S RETAIL PRICE

Green Beyond the Surface

COMMITMENT TO QUALITY & EXCELLENCE Variety of Glaze finishes

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Countertops: Granite • Corian • Tile • Laminate • Marble Woods: Cherry • Hickory • Maple • Alder

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Alu-Carlo

Refinishing Co., Inc. european craftsmanship since 1966 • Antique Furniture Restoration • Specialty & Painted Furniture • Fire and Water Damage • Custom Color Matching • Piano Refinishing • Kitchen Cabinetry • Frame Restoration • Gold and Silver Leafing

Large selection of new and pre-owned Steinways Restoration of heirloom Steinway pianos Tuning and repair services No risk lease plan for students PianoDisc player piano systems installed

Carlo brings European craftsmanship to the restoration process of your furnishings. We specialize in restoring treasures or custom woodworking and much more. www.alucarlorefinishing.com 636.332.0247 alucarlo@centurytel.net

www.secondsitting.com

17th Anniversary Sale! All Through October! Inventory changes daily... shop often for best selection!

12033 Dorsett Road, Saint Louis 314 344-1133 or 1-800-STEINWAY www.steinwaypianogallery.com

Because Style Isn’t Just About What You Wear!

The Exchange A Consignment/Resale Shop

Second Sitting Consignments

Special Discounts Storewide! Giveaways! Contests!

Convenient Location: 1 Mile East of Lindbergh 10410 Manchester Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122 314-965-4949 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 10am - 5pm Thursday: 10am - 7pm and Sunday: Noon - 4pm All items shown subject to prior sAle. mAy or mAy not be AvAilAble.

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Stylish Home Décor Unique Home Accessories Awesome Jewelry & Gifts New Items Arrive Daily 11437 Gravois Road, St. Louis, MO 63126 | 314-842-7300 Visit our shop Mon., Tues. & Fri. 10-6, Wed. & Thurs. 10-7, Sat. 10-5 & Sun. Noon-5 www.theexchangestl.com | www.facebook.com/theexchange.stl

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Increase Your Living Space

FENCES • DECKS • GAZEBOS • SUNROOMS • SCREEN ROOMS Celebrating 43 Years of exCellenCe!

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Consign & Design Galleries

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slhl JUST FOR YOU

striped rug

This cheerful cotton chenille braided reversible rug would be a happy addition to any room. 24” x 36”, Claret Driftwood. Courtesy of Volume Carpet in Brentwood

In continued celebration of our 15th anniversary, SLHL offers you the chance to win one of these fabulous finds.

painted canvas

“Birds at Rest” painted canvas is a delightful accent art piece that will add a touch of whimsy to your wall. Courtesy of Expressions Furniture in Clayton

Boudoir lamp

Sophisticated and artistic, this art deco-inspired boudoir lamp, with its rich patina finish, would look lovely bedside. Courtesy of Jaffe Lighting by Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Room in Chesterfield

Enter to Win!

Visit www.stlouishomesmag.com/article/october-web-giveaways for your chance to take home one of these wonderful items!

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