Mottled burlwood and sandy oak finishes pair beautifully with soft orange tones for a restful bedroom retreat.
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A St. Louis native's business offers candles packaged in recyclable or reusable materials with soothing scents to provide an escape from life’…
Any one of these picks would add dimension to your home, but a roomful would provide epic change.
Interior designer Jacob Laws discusses his inspiration behind this space and why “living environments should really transcend trends.”
In St. Louis’ Grand Center Arts District, the Angad Arts Hotel provides a unique opportunity for arts enthusiasts near and far.
Black-and-white zebra stripes and exotic leopard spots remain time-tested favorites in both fashion and home décor.
Tim Soehnlin’s foyer looks like a carefully curated museum exhibit.
Get a glimpse into the metro area's rich architectural past, present and future.
Get to know this easy-to-grow annual from South America.
Few decorative home accessories are as dynamic as sculptures representing the human form.
Knockout designs resembling natural and chiseled stone add strength and intensity to modern interiors.
The homeowners of this abode sought a serene yet sophisticated space that incorporated their modern art collection.
Take a look inside the custom home of Jim Edmonds, a former St. Louis Cardinals player and broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest.
These fresh ideas will infuse your home with the look and smell of summer in full bloom.
Arin Jura started Arin Solange at Home to share her DIY hobby with friends and family; however, it quickly broke beyond her circle.
Create a chic, global look in your home with tribal-inspired geometric patterns in easy-to-live-with neutral hues.
From bamboo toothbrushes to reusable “unpaper” towels, Dharma + Dwell aims to make low-impact living easy and convenient.
Breezy clouds and water impressions on wallpaper, rugs and table linens make for relaxing home décor.
Swimming pool owners can go green to make their backyard jewels shimmer blue, local experts say.
Classic Asian elements are carved, painted and constructed in these décor pieces, integrating an appreciation for an ancient culture into your…
One St. Louis ceramist’s pottery depicts well-loved blocks and parks on mugs, planters and more.
Living in a landlocked area doesn’t mean you can’t invite coastal design elements into your home. See how a local designer makes it work beautifully.