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Dec. 9

Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri\u2019s annual\u00a0SNOW BALL GALA\u00a0at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. (mha-em.org)

Dec. 10

Mosby Building Arts\u2019\u00a0STUFF THE TRUCK TOY DRIVE\u00a0benefitting Friends of Kids with Cancer and Our Little Haven at Mosby Building Arts. (mosbybuildingarts.com)

Pujols Family Foundation\u2019s O\u2019 NIGHT DIVINE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch. (pujolsfamilyfoundation.org)

Dec. 13

YWCA Metro St. Louis\u2019 LEADER LUNCH 36 at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel. (ywcastlouis.org)

Dec. 15

PALM Health\u2019s INAUGURAL HOLIDAY PARTY benefiting the Anthropedia Foundation at PALM. (palmhealth.com)

Dec. 17

Mathews-Dickey Boys\u2019 & Girls\u2019 Club SHEER ELEGANCE FASHION SHOW at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch. (mathews-dickey.com)

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Dec. 2

Central West End Association\u2019s inaugural\u00a0GALA \u2013 CELEBRATING MUSIC\u00a0at Third Degree Glass Factory. (cwea.bazaarpass.com/products/cwe-gala)

Stray Rescue of St. Louis\u2019 HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS GALA at The Chase Park Plaza. (strayrescue.org)

Dec. 3

Saint Louis Art Museum\u2019s MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS GALA at the museum. (members.slam.org/2016gala)

Third annual\u00a0COPE24 GALA\u00a0at River City Casino & Hotel. (cope24.com)

Dec. 7

Beyond Housing\u2019s HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS BENEFIT CONCERT at The Sheldon Concert Hall. (beyondhousing.org)

Dec. 9

Mental Health Association of Eastern Missouri\u2019s annual SNOW BALL GALA at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. (mha-em.org)

Dec. 10

Mosby Building Arts\u2019 STUFF THE TRUCK TOY DRIVE benefitting Friends of Kids with Cancer and Our Little Haven at Mosby Building Arts. (mosbybuildingarts.com)

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This holiday season, the\u00a0Ladue News\u00a0staff made wish lists (and checked them twice) divided into 11 categories to fit the needs of all the loved ones in your life.\u00a0Some of the categories are tailored to specific hobbies, including culinary tools and cookbooks for avid at-home chefs, locally made spirits and cocktail and wine books for home bartenders, and tech gadgets for early adopters, as well as presents for a happy and healthy New Year, such as beauty and wellness products, exercise gear and fashions handpicked for women, men, kids and teens. We hope that these gift lists inspire your own shopping this season and that no matter what presents you give or receive, you and your loved ones have a very special holiday.

To visit the gallery for each category, click below.

For the Fashionista

For the Dapper Man

For the Trendy Teen

For the Little Ones

For the Four-Legged Friends

For the Tech Enthusiast

For the Well-Groomed Guys and Glamour Girls

For the Kiddos

For the Home Cook

For the Home Bartenders

For the Sports Fan

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Nov. 30

The Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis\u2019 MEDIA PERSONS OF THE YEAR GALA at Edward Jones\u2019 headquarters, atrium and theater. (stlpressclub.org)

Dec. 1

VOYCE\u2019s CAREGIVER AWARDS LUNCHEON at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel. (voycestl.org)

Dec. 2

Central West End Association\u2019s inaugural GALA \u2013 CELEBRATING MUSIC at Third Degree Glass Factory. (cwea.bazaarpass.com/products/cwe-gala)

Dec. 3

Third annual COPE24 GALA at River City Casino & Hotel. (cope24.com)

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November 19

The Covering House\u2019s second annual ROCK \u2019N\u2019 ROLL FOR REFUGE benefiting the organization\u2019s expansion of its services in 2017.

Inside Dharma\u2019s FUNDRAISING DINNER benefiting the organization, which supports incarcerated and recently released individuals in a manner consistent with Buddhist principles.

Happy to Give STL\u2019s TRIVIA NIGHT benefiting the charitable organization Blessings to Others.

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Welcome to the 2016 Ladue News Show House, a historic property at 4388 Westminster Place in the Central West End, completed in 1897. The Georgian-style home is located in the celebrated neighborhood of Fullerton\u2019s Westminster Place.

The home was originally designed by architects George D. Barnett, John I. Haynes and Thomas P. Barnett, who famously designed the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. The home was first sold to Julia C. January on March 13, 1897, and its three stories feature seven bedrooms, two remodeled bathrooms and a remodeled kitchen. The yellow-brick exterior displays two-story Corinthian columns that flank either side of a projecting pavilion and Palladian window.

As was typical for homes built in the late 19th century, most rooms include a fireplace. The central hall leads to a staircase with a landing overlooking the front lawn. A spacious office or den on the second floor is lit by large bay windows, and the third floor boasts an expansive bonus room. Plans for this home are similar to the existing houses in the neighborhood, even if their fa\u00e7ades differ greatly.

The name of the neighborhood, Fullerton\u2019s Westminster Place, might sound familiar. According to Charles C. Savage\u2019s book Architecture of the Private Streets of St. Louis, it contains \u201cmore residences of architectural interest than any other comparable blocks in the city.\u201d The homes reflect a variety of architectural trends such as Romanesque, Italian Renaissance and Colonial Georgian.

The neighborhood, originally private, is named after Union Army veteran and attorney Joseph Scott Fullerton, who purchased the tract of land in 1882 from the Charter Oak Insurance Co. of Hartford, Connecticut. By 1895, 31 houses had been constructed. After Fullerton\u2019s death two years later, his daughter, Mary, completed the neighborhood\u2019s development, which includes the former home of famed poet T.S. Eliot. Eliot\u2019s parents and siblings resided at 4446 Westminster Place from 1905 to 1919, though Eliot lived there only a short time before leaving St. Louis for Harvard University.

Savage writes that \u201cnearly every important architect working at the turn of the century is represented\u201d in Fullerton\u2019s Westminster Place. Barnett, Haynes and Barnett headed a prominent architectural firm in the city that\u2019s credited for the design of many hotels throughout the country. Thomas Barnett even designed the Palace of the Liberal Arts for the St. Louis World\u2019s Fair.

From its inspired architects and vibrant fa\u00e7ade to its storied neighborhood, there is bountiful history connected to 4388 Westminster Place. Ever-evolving in the 119 years since it was built, the house will evolve once more as this year\u2019s Show House.

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Click the links below to learn more about each aspect of the Show House.

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Sponsor: Dielmann Sotheby's International Reality

Beneficiary: SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

Preview Party

Entry Foyer/Staircase Landing and Second-Floor Landing

Dining Room

Living Room

Family Room

Breakfast Room and Kitchen

Office

Second Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Family Workroom

Music Room

Bonus Room

Third-Floor Landing

Landscaping

Powder Room

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November 12

Cancer Support Community Greater St. Louis\u2019 LAUGHING MATTERS fundraiser, featuring a night of improvisational comedy to benefit the organization. (cancersupportstl.org)

The American Cancer Society\u2019s inaugural CHAMPIONS OF HOPE GALA at St. Louis Union Station Hotel\u2019s Midway, benefiting the organization. (championshopegala.org)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis\u2019 annual GREAT FUTURES GALA, its largest fundraiser benefiting the organization. (bgcstl.org)

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Even with its large, dramatic windows and grand, high ceilings, the Show House\u2019s dining room, according to The Great Cover-Up principal designer Teddy Karl, felt dark and dreary. Known for designing rich, traditional interiors, Karl worked with senior designer Melissa Hummel to transform the dining room into an elegant, bright, inviting space.

The room features an Asian-inspired blue-and-white palette. \u201cWe wanted to see pattern-on-pattern in this space,\u201d Karl says. Window treatments and walls are in the same print from Thibaut, making the room feel larger. The room is anchored by a hand-knotted Afghan Sultanabad rug, with deep, rich tones and dashes of blue, adding splashes of color to the blue-hued space.

Shield-back chairs upholstered in a traditional cut-velvet leopard print flank a dark-mahogany table, while host-and-hostess parson-style chairs in a blue-and-white color block provide statement seating at the table\u2019s head and foot. The table is set with Mottahedeh\u2019s Blue Dragon place settings. The pair also gave the home\u2019s adjacent butler\u2019s pantry a face-lift, lining the small space with a bit of leopard-print wallpaper to tie it in with the reupholstered dining chairs.

Audubon-style original oil paintings fill the largest wall, and a large, gilded gold-leaf pagoda mirror over the mahogany sideboard creates openness in the space. Two large Chinese-export porcelain lamps on the sideboard provide additional lighting, as well as a large, multitiered chandelier. \u201cI think the finished product, although full of pattern, is much brighter and makes the room feel larger overall,\u201d Karl says. \u201cWe love using pattern and texture along with color \u2013 it is definitely a \u2018happy\u2019 space.\u201d

The Great Cover-Up, 314-995-5701, greatcoverupdesign.com

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Designing a room is a process that starts with a vision,\u201d CJ Knapp of Yours by Design says. In the case of the Show House\u2019s master bedroom, Knapp\u2019s vision started with the bed. Its sleek lines and neutral leather upholstery set the space\u2019s remaining tone, and the curved headboard allows for more openness compared to a straight headboard. The finished product is a glamorous and understated space.

Although it might seem problematic that the room features three doors, three windows and a fireplace, Knapp knew they could become assets with the correct approach. A few signature pieces of furniture and the use of Lucite \u201ckeep the room from feeling small or getting too full,\u201d Knapp says. The Century Furniture Dalian maple storage case also uses minimum visual space, as it provides the effect of floating drawers.

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From the light-gray paint and the luxury bedding to the soft-filtered light from the windows, the master bedroom has a satisfying calm. \u201cIt\u2019s a room [where] I would curl up with a fire and good book, never wanting to leave,\u201d Knapp says. Two John Salozzo paintings add visual excitement: Orchid, also inspiration for the room\u2019s overall design, and Sunrise Over Scotland.

Knapp, who has been in the interior design business for more than 25 years, is excited to share the master bedroom\u2019s mix of the traditional and the contemporary with Show House guests. She dubs this redesign her favorite among her works. \u201cThe last design is always my favorite,\u201d she says. \u201cI pour all of my effort into it. It\u2019s like making a cake and getting to eat it too.\u201d

Yours by Design, 314-283-1760, cjknappinteriors.com

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Victoria Dreste, owner and designer at the eponymous Victoria Dreste Designs, walked into the Show House with an idea in mind for the design aesthetic she wanted to pursue \u2013 her goal was to find the perfect room to bring her vision to life. \u201cWhen I walked into the house and saw the living room, I knew that was the space for it \u2013 the natural light that comes in, all the beautiful details, the architectural trims and moulding, and everything that\u2019s part of that space,\u201d Dreste says.

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With so much forward planning, Dreste almost never deviated from her original design plan. \u201cMy concept is to take what was most likely a Victorian parlor originally and keep that concept \u2013 but update it for today\u2019s style of living and entertaining,\u201d Dreste says. Tall front-facing windows, covered with lustrous white window treatments, provide rich visual juxtaposition with the wall color \u2013 Havana Green, a saturated teal from Dreste\u2019s recently debuted Victoria Dreste Signature Colors collection by Sherwin-Williams. The trim and ceiling are painted in Sherwin-Williams Cloud, and the fireplace mantel and bookshelves are in Blazer, a deep, saturated blue \u2013 all from the designer\u2019s own paint line.

Part of Dreste\u2019s design is transforming pieces of furniture that already exist \u2013 Dreste gave a pair of vintage French chairs a new life by painting their frames in her signature Blazer color and upholstering the seats in a fabric toile pattern by Designers Guild that Dreste describes as the \u201cfocal fabric\u201d that brings in the deep blue-and-teal colorway on a vanilla-white background. A creamy Ethan Allen Hastings sofa gives guests a front-row seat to the cozy fireplace, while a mirrored cabinet allows interplay between the sunlight and saturated wall color. Accent pieces in gold \u2013 a fireplace screen, table lamp, side table and ceiling light fixture \u2013 create a cohesive, high-design feel.

Victoria Dreste Designs, 314-308-5759, victoriadreste.com

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Designed by Channing Glover and Maria Lesko of C&M Interiors, the wide-entry foyer, grand staircase and second-floor sitting area bring the duo\u2019s signature contemporary and minimal design aesthetic to uniquely freshen up heavy-handed built-in design elements. \u201cWe love how the home had such charm and an antique feel to it,\u201d Lesko says, \u201cbut as our firm is, we love contemporary design and thought it would be interesting to incorporate contemporary design into antique and timeless design \u2026 A fresh and lively touch to the historic bones of the home.\u201d

A focal point upon entering the home, an original floor-to-ceiling mirror with an antique carved-wood frame reflects the grand staircase on the opposite wall \u2013 its wide handrails, thick spindles and newel posts topped with whimsical carved wood pineapples leading to a landing with a set of huge, stunning front-facing windows, flooding light into the staircase and second-floor seating area.

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To the foyer, Glover and Lesko added an antique settee, a typical foyer feature in traditional homes for family members and guests to remove their shoes. The piece is reupholstered with green velvet accent pillows, tying in the classic aesthetic with the designers\u2019 modern palette. A clear-glass chandelier by Wilson Lighting lightens up the expansive entry space, making a modern statement upon entering the home. Walls on both levels and the staircase are painted in Porter Paints\u2019 Umber Cloud, a light neutral background to give the bold accent colors a brighter pop.

The staircase winds up to an open area that connects to different rooms in the home, with a dramatic Chiang Mai Dragon wall covering by Schumacher adding texture and depth to the wall opposite the second-story railing. A central table, lounge chair and side table furnish the space, and hovering overhead is a favorite of the design pair, the sleek Spokes pendant by Foscarini, which catches both sunlight by day and the electric glow by night to cast unique shadows over the staircase and seating area.

C&M Interiors, 314-920-3020, candmstudio.com

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Originally submitting a design for a second-floor sitting room/den, Gigi Lombrano of Gigi Lombrano Interiors was instead given the Show House\u2019s huge third-floor bonus room, a two-rooms-in-one scenario with an unusual layout. Even for Lombrano, a Show House veteran, the design challenge was daunting. Lombrano decided to take her original proposal and expand it to cover the bonus room. \u201cI wanted to create a unified space, so I decided to divide and conquer,\u201d Lombrano says. \u201cI had to designate different zones and uses for each room, and from there, create a usable, workable space that would highlight the best features of the rooms and accommodate all the quirks!\u201d

Lombrano divided the room aesthetically into a lounge area and study area, tying both together by repeating certain key elements within both rooms, bringing her Dorothy Draper-meets-Mary MacDonald vision to life \u2013 light and fresh with modern, daring accents and artwork intermingled with a little Hollywood glam.

An emerald-colored Lillian August chest was one of the springboards of Lombrano\u2019s design \u2013 a fall trend she cites is a neutral ground with bold pops of color, brought to life with this standout piece, along with Lombrano\u2019s use of a background rug in yellow (Lombrano\u2019s prediction for the new darling for accent colors), a pair of red chairs and a blue velvet ottoman with gold legs.

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A zebra-print Queen Anne armchair, topped with a crown, is another bold, standout element in the room and a Lombrano favorite. \u201cI think it\u2019s smart-looking,\u201d she says. A Greek key design (\u201cI\u2019m partial to a neoclassical motif,\u201d Lombrano says) is repeated throughout both areas in the room \u2013 in the chest, desk, throws and pendant \u2013 lending a bit of thematic continuity to a room rich with bold accent pieces.

Lombrano cites the artwork as one of the main elements of the space \u2013 working with Carolyn Miles from the Atrium Gallery, Lombrano chose nearly 20 pieces of artwork to bring a gallery element to the space, mixing contemporary art with classic botanicals. \u201cQuite frankly, the art could stand on its own,\u201d Lombrano says. \u201cThe range of art is really extraordinary \u2013 nothing was off limits!\u201d

Gigi Lombrano Interiors, 314-707-7291

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Step inside the second bedroom in this year\u2019s Show House, and be bathed in \u201cmoodiness.\u201d That\u2019s how Suzanne Tullock of Suzanne Tullock Interiors describes the tone of her redesigned space. Deep chocolate-brown walls paired with bold splashes of color make the room an exciting yet classic oasis. \u201cIt looks beautiful,\u201d Tullock says of the bedroom. \u201cThe canopy bed turned out really nice. It\u2019s a great focal point in the room and looks so pretty.\u201d

For Tullock, the entire process was smooth and without major disruption \u2013 although the plaster walls proved difficult at times. In the end, she was able to hang a custom abstract painting by local artist Sheppard Morose above the fireplace. \u201cIt\u2019s one of the first things you see,\u201d Tullock says, describing the piece as feminine and stunning.

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Other bright hues include framed prints with coral matting and three blue ginger jars. Two are placed on symmetrical wall brackets beside the bed, and the third rests atop a white chest. A chinoiserie theme is also woven throughout the room: The desk features Chinese fretwork, while a pagoda-style mirror adorns one of the walls.

Tullock says the seat of the bay window next to the fireplace is the perfect place to crack open a good book. For a whimsical touch, Tullock hung a small birdcage beside the window. \u201cI wanted a real bird, too, but someone talked me out of it,\u201d she says with a laugh.

Since she was young, Tullock has had a passion for anything creative and artistic. She originally went to school for nursing before going back to get a degree in interior design. She\u2019s owned her own business for 10 years and is starting to work on commercial projects in addition to residential ones. \u201cMy designs are very bold,\u201d she says.

Suzanne Tulluck Interiors, 314-732-6339, suzannetullock.com

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David Deatherage of David Deatherage Design might have two of the smallest spaces in this year\u2019s Show House, but that doesn\u2019t mean his redesign of both is any less impressive. Deatherage transformed the cozy kitchen and breakfast room into a space with rustic and modern touches. \u201cI\u2019m quite pleased with how everything came together,\u201d he says.

Eye-catching patterns blend together in the breakfast room, from the mesmerizing lines of the Herm\u00e8s wallpaper to the stylish zebra hides covering Maison Jansen chairs and a banquette bench. A glass-topped sculptural table keeps the space visually open. Mirroring the breakfast nook\u2019s aesthetic is the home\u2019s original butler\u2019s pantry. The interior is painted a deep blue, and its stained-glass doors were replaced with a laser-cut sheet metal design. The shelves are playfully decorated with kitchen accessories such as a glass coffee maker from Chemex and a striped Kate Spade canister.

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Although everything came together in the end, the time constraint still affected Deatherage\u2019s installation. A large tile rug failed to arrive in time, so a smaller rug of a similar concept was used instead.

Deatherage even used the room himself as he envisioned it: a small space with a wide variety of uses. \u201cI sat at the table for lunch, used my iPad from the banquette bench, had conversations with my friend Judy, the painter,\u201d he says. \u201cIt\u2019s a space I enjoyed spending time in. I\u2019m hoping visitors to the Show House can see how a small space with attention to scale and planning can be made to feel very special.\u201d

David Deatherage Design, 314-495-3719, daviddeatheragedesign.com

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For Tamsin Mascetti of Tamsin Design Group, the design process is fluid, with some fine-tuning usually involved. In the family workroom of the Show House, Mascetti says she \u201cworked to create a room that would be beautiful, comfortable [and] unique and highlight the home\u2019s interior architecture.\u201d

The room pulls together art deco styles such as a warm pink-and-cream color scheme and Romo\u2019s glamorous Flurry Smoked Quartz velvet fabric. The Martin Trowbridge Gallery even provided the room with a collection of black-and-white Hollywood photographs. Furnishings include an ivory-finished writing desk, a cream leather Wesley chair from Precedent Furniture and an acrylic cocktail table. Mascetti adds that the room emits a soft glow. \u201cI love the tension created between the clean, modern lines of the furniture with the shimmering, reflective elements and the subdued color palette,\u201d she says.

Mascetti says the room came together organically \u2013 but not without a few hitches. The fireplace screen was in need of attention, and the room\u2019s paint finish was cracked and peeling \u2013 although \u201ca quick coat of metallic paint completely transformed it,\u201d according to Mascetti.

Overall, the space is meant to accommodate and soothe a family\u2019s busy everyday life. \u201cIt was important to me to show visitors that having a calm, beautiful yet functional space in your home to work from is valuable,\u201d Mascetti says. She hopes visitors of the Show House fall in love with the room and have a desire to stay. But she emphasizes the room isn\u2019t about one single thing grabbing your attention. \u201cIt\u2019s really about the mix of elements working together to create a room that makes people feel comfortable and want to spend time in,\u201d she says.

Tamsin Design Group, 314-282-0035, tamsindesigngroup.com

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