Cheryl Meyer, Ashley Deatherage, Aaron Scholand
The master bedroom was transformed from tasteful traditional to frankly fabulous by designer David Deatherage, who specializes in high-design vintage furnishings. “The house was built in the Mid-Century era, but instead of organic modern, it had formal aspirations,” Deatherage observes. “It's Champagne instead of a martini; Beverly Hills in the 1950s, as opposed to Palm Springs.”
This week we introduce the remaining designer teams for the 2014 Ladue News Show House. See their work on display at 34 Briarcliff in Ladue Oct. 11 – 19.
The Ladue News Show House has become an autumn tradition, with society types, architecture aficionados and design-lovers alike awaiting the reveal. We are pleased to announce 34 Briarcliff in Ladue as the 2014 Ladue News Show House.
Ladue News Show House Designers
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.
David Deatherage, David Deatherage Design
An assistant of Sir Paul McCartney recently called local designer David Deatherage to discuss purchasing a vintage desk-- the desk that was featured on the cover of LN’s Fall 2012 Elegant Living edition.
If the number of new developments that have sprung up across the city is any indication, the residential loft trend is alive and well--not only among the urban 20-somethings, but also adventurous baby boomers, especially empty-nesters.
#13 A living room designed by Deatherage for an art collector who lives in York House.
#14 A Deatherage-designed bedroom demonstrates his mastery of Mid-Century Modern design.
#12 David Deatherage
As you walk through the 2012 Ladue News Show House this weekend, don’t miss the wonderful details sprinkled throughout the Mid-Century Modern masterpiece. Here, we present a few of the designers' favorite things, which range from historically significant vintage furnishings by Mid-Century Modern masters to contemporary designs that give the house its au courant flair. In all cases, these are definite must-sees as you tour the Show House, which runs through Oct. 21. For tickets, call 269-8836 or visit laduenews.com.
With next month’s highly anticipated opening of the 2012 William Bernoudy Ladue News Show House, some of St. Louis’ best designers are busy getting ready for their big reveal. Over the next few weeks, you’ll get to know them a little better with LN’s Show and Tell.