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Every last fixture, decorative panel and crown molding must be perfect for a remodel to look authentic, local contractors say. That’s why they go above and beyond—special-ordering pieces from around the country to be fit precisely into place by experienced local craftsmen. This attention to detail is what preserves each home’s architectural integrity, says Dave Dunlap, owner of Consolidated Design & Construction Group.
This project by Sinn Design & Build shows how outdoor spaces can be protected from the elements and add more functional space to the home.
Dave Dunlap, Consolidated Construction Group
A TWO-STORY HOME IN LADUE WITH EIGHT ROOMS, FOUR BEDROOMS AND FIVE BATHS IS LISTED FOR $875,000.
LIVING/GREAT ROOMS • WINNER
According to area professionals, a remodeled bath is another home transformation that can provide bang for your buck. But before embarking on such a project, learn what to keep in mind to attain all your objectives.
Spa-like colors are making their way into kitchens. Photo courtesy of Sinn Design Build
Well thought-out spaces make kitchens user-friendly. Photo courtesy of Sinn Design Build
The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home—a place where people gather. Understandably, a kitchen should be a very personal space that defines who the homeowners are, fitting seamlessly into their lifestyle. As a result, trends in kitchen design are shifting toward convenience, comfort and simplicity.
In 2003 Sinn Design Build integrated the charm of an established Ladue home with fresh amenities and appointments for today’s lifestyle. Throughout the story-and-a-half plan, detailed millwork, built-in bookcases, and wrought iron and crystal chandeliers add elegance to comfortable living spaces, including a large living room, family room and study.
Built by Sinn Design Build, this new construction in Ladue features a cutting-edge design with well-planned spaces in its 3,800 square feet of living space, including a finished lower level.