We chatted with Matt Courtney, owner of Broadview Screens, to get an update on changes in screened-in porch and room design and the latest tips for enjoying summer weather in safety and style.
A quick peek at the website for Little Black Door Designs, Elizabeth Baumgartner’s interior design firm, yields some interesting details about the woman behind the company.
Channing Glover and Maria Lesko describe themselves as two women who befriended each other while persevering through design school.
While we shiver through winter, it’s not too soon to be dreaming of summertime. In fact, if a pool is on your radar, this is a prime time for planning a new project. Ladue News spoke with Wayne George, vice president of Westport Pools , about winter pool maintenance, as well as planning and …
Everything from perfectly positioned furniture to attractive artwork and accessories can take a buyer’s breath away when stepping into a home on the market.
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Just before Thanksgiving, Ladue News shared coffee with pastry chef Stephan Schubert at River City Casino to discuss his next triumph: the construction of a walk-in/dine-in gingerbread house for the holidays there.
Making your home look festive and bright for the holidays may not be as simple as tossing a few lights on the shrubbery.
More than three decades after Jim and Linda Shubert launched their furniture enterprise, Shubert Design Furniture has grown from a handmade mattress-and-box-springs enterprise to a full-service interior design company with a showroom full of carefully curated fine furniture.
Butler’s Pantry has expanded its family of event venues with a modern industrial space, Joule.
Whether it’s a historic home or a sleek new loft, Emily Castle, managing principal of Castle Design, creates eye-catching interiors that express her clients’ unique preferences and lifestyles.
Every well-appointed room needs that pièce de résistance that, as Frill Home co-owners and longtime friends Kristin Ebert and Marci Marsh put it, takes the space “from finished to fabulous.”