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‘Tis the time for giving, and these area organizations need your help to keep children safe and St. Louisans warm and well-fed this holiday season.
Colonial Marketplace is transforming into a winter wonderland, just in time for the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping season. Beginning this week, lights, greenery and an abundance of holiday specials have begun to welcome shoppers to the recently remodeled boutique and dining destination on the border of Clayton and Ladue.
How many times have you heard the claim, Washington slept here? This time, it rings as true as the Liberty Bell! The Morris-Jumel Mansion has a storied past—one that includes war, courtesans, untimely death and high-profile divorce.
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Stephanie Kantis is a bona fide St. Louis success story. LN recently spoke with Kantis about her Ladue roots, advice for fellow entrepreneurs and her most sought-after venture to-date.
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Designed to be a one-stop shopping experience, Ooh La La Home Furnishings, now in its 13th year, carries both furniture and home accessories. Additionally, interior design services and connecting shop Express Blinds and Draperies, which is owned by the same family, are available, which means this local business packs almost every item your home could need—sans the kitchen sink.
Local nonprofits Circle of Hope Bracelets, Every Child’s Hope, National Council of Jewish Women and SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center all work to give hope and healing to families throughout the community. And as beneficiaries of the 2013 Ladue News Show House at #23 Lenox Place, that message of hope and healing will be carried even further.
In the final installment of Show & Tell, we are happy to introduce the remaining 2013 LN Show House designers. Open to the public Oct. 5 through Oct. 20, the third annual Show House is located at #23 Lenox Place in the Central West End.
Our second Show and Tell installment introduces you to four more design teams participating in the 2013 LN Show House. The third annual Show House, at #23 Lenox Place, is open to the public Oct. 5 through Oct. 20.
It’s a trifecta of newness: new staff, new products and a new look. If it has been a bit since your last visit, owner Diane Fogerty says it is time to stop by local home store, design firm and interior resource, Savvy Surrounding Style.
It would be understandable to think that all The Curtain Exchange does is—well, curtains. After all, it’s right there in the name. But owner Ellen Ross says the shop is much more than that. “We offer a full design service. That includes window treatments, but we can also help in picking out paint colors, accessories, furniture placement, custom bedding—whatever the demands are from the client.”
St. Louis tends to be a pretty conservative town, but many local boutiques are embracing the rocker-chic look that was so big on the fall runways. Try a leather jacket, stud details or plaid to give your everyday favorites an edge.
Stored away in bins, at the back of racks or deep inside display cabinets are those hidden gems the most stylish of people always seem the find—that scarf no one else could pull off, those distinctive earrings, that lust-worthy bag. If it’s uniqueness you’re after, shopping at vintage, resale or consignment stores may be the missing piece of your shopping routine.
Remember the 1970s conversation pit, all sofa and no chairs? Well, in the newest spin on ‘social-able’ furniture arrangements, there’s nary a sofa to be found. Rather, designers are placing four beautiful chairs around a conversation-starting cocktail table or ottoman, like the revolving lazy Susan-style, black-lacquer tray shown here, which can be removed for serving or dinner on your lap. The advantages of this decidedly unconventional living room setup? In addition to the fact that you won’t see it in every house you visit, it really does encourage relaxed conversation, while eliminating a lot of the placement problems often encountered with the traditional sofa and two chairs. You simply float this one in the middle of the room and voila: instant, unexpected chic. So lose the sofa, and pull up a chair!
With their interchangeable outfits and literal book-of-a-closet, there is something all-too endearing about paper dolls. Expand your wardrobe to that same, impressive size—sans cardstock frocks, of course—with area boutique Paperdolls, with stores in Kirkwood and in Ballwin.