Designer Brian Hartsfield of Redwood Wine Cellars transformed the basement of this Ballwin home into any wine connoisseur’s dream. Located in a temperature-controlled room, this large wine cellar can comfortably store both bottles and cases.
While traveling in Italy, a Des Peres family fell in love with the Carrara marble that filled the bathroom in their luxury hotel. Kelly Layton, a designer with Mosby Building Arts, helped the couple capture the soothing tranquility of an Old World Italian bath with stunning touches of contemporary elegance.
This Chesterfield family without kids wanted a space to entertain adult visitors and business clients. Liquid Assets’ John Jacobsen tells us about the features they used to achieve it:
The laundry room of this Webster Groves century home did not lose the stylish aspects of its age during its update, and now features beautiful appliances, vintage-inspired details and storage galore. Designer Wendy Kuhn of Karr Bick Kitchen + Bath says she wanted to distract from the utilitarian washer and dryer, so she worked to give pieces in the room a furniture feel by focusing on details like the show-stopping sink, faucet and backsplash.
When a young family returned to the States after spending several years in Shanghai, China, they brought back authentic Asian pieces to incorporate into the design of their modern Des Peres home. Michael Wyrock, a senior design consultant for I. O. Metro, helped bring the home's Asian-inspired living room to life.
This Town & Country master suite is “high-quality, low-adrenaline,” says designer Tim Rohan, explaining that both homeowners work stressful jobs and requested a Zen, spa-like retreat. The easy-on-the-eyes color palate of off-white and turquoise is repeated throughout the room to keep the relaxation flowing.
A period of living abroad in France inspired the design of a kitchen in a Webster Groves family’s century home. Wendy Kuhn, a designer for Karr Bick Kitchen + Bath, detailed how the French Provincial-style kitchen came together, with the help of Tri-Square Construction.
With pattern and color peppered throughout, this très feminine bedroom suite was designed for an 8-year-old girl. “We wanted it to be youthful, fun and energetic,” says designer Jane Ganz of Directions In Design, Inc. This lounge is connected to the bedroom, which features similar prints and shades for cohesiveness.