LN's annual Platinum List celebrates the St. Louis area’s top shops, restaurants, service providers and more – and our in-the-know readers get to decide who makes the cut.
White, minimalist home interiors are the perfect backdrop for these vibrant, primary-colored accents.
After appearing on ABC’s “Shark Tank” in October, founder Sofi Seck was able to share the story of Expedition Subsahara’s handwoven home goods and the vibrant craftsmanship, as well as the culture from which they come, on a national scale.
Warm golden browns and natural wood finishes found in this console table, wallpaper pattern and artwork create a cozy haven you won’t want to leave.
Trivers, a boutique architecture firm in St. Louis, is making strides toward a sustainable and equitable industry, with its company experts leading three key presentations at the American Institute for Architects conference.
These local small businesses offer the perfect cozy goods to make winter a little less chilly and a bit more delightful.
If you’re in the market for casual, contemporary dining room furnishings, we’ve got the goods.
Top talents, including at Cedarhurst Senior Living, Clarendale Clayton and The Gatesworth, discuss what attracted them to the senior living industry and what motivates their culinary programs.
Youtopia Designs owner Candice Wideman revived a bland living room with pops of personality using colorful, sophisticated home décor.
Captivating home décor designs found on this pillow, rug and chair are inspired by shapes, patterns and colors of the natural world.
Set up newborns for healthy, natural growth with interior design tips that support development and look great at the same time.
With its masterful but subtle design and color palette, this home décor doesn’t need to shout for attention.
In stark contrast to the industry’s fast-furniture trends, the custom, small-batch Caraway Collection is sustainably sourced and well-built with heirloom quality and timeless design.
Whether you have an avid gardener in your life or someone starting to tap into that green thumb of theirs, these gifts are sure to make the recipient want to dig in – literally.
Conjure a French country Christmas aesthetic with vintage-inspired home décor in the festive colors of the season.
Create the feeling of a mountain getaway with a misty color palette, as seen in wallpaper and table décor inspired by pine trees.
Warm your front door with holiday décor, and brighten the dark days of winter with these expert tips from St. Louis area designer Thomas Wall of Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design.
The tenacious founder of international interior design firm Euro Trash, Annie Brahler, doesn’t take lightly the responsibility of building someone’s dream home or business.
“The back is like a forest,” says Karen Korn of Karen Korn Interiors about the Creve Coeur residence's surrounds. “We really wanted to bring in all the organic elements.”
Warm textiles, light patterns and golden accents create an elegant getaway atmosphere that is suitable for lakeside lodges and mountain chalets, or your own Midwestern home.
Candles on the dinner table cast a warm glow on holiday meals and are part of many family traditions. When celebrating any occasion using candles, be sure to practice some basic safety steps.
These three tasteful items will amplify the cozy ambiance of your abode's interiors.
Adorn your home's living spaces with these elegant design masterpieces, and get lost in a beautiful reverie.
One-of-a-kind gift boxes featuring vintage glassware offer a new local option for gorgeous gifting, just in time for the holiday season.
As the charitable arm of the Homes Builders Association of St. Louis & Eastern Missouri, the foundation provides housing assistance to people or organizations with special shelter needs.
Mosby Building Arts home consultant discusses what you should consider when choosing a door to reflect your personality as well as your home's style.
Liz Basler at Castle Design details the living space's striking elements, from menswear-inspired accents and gold touches to its navy blue walls, which coalesce to create an area for sophisticated sipping.