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At Home January-February 2007

A pioneering mid-century home in Richmond Heights is marked for demise to make room for traditional townhomes Story and photography by Toby Weiss Where there’s a glimmer of hope, saving a noteworthy b... more

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Designed by William Bernoudy in the style of his own home, this Modernist masterpiece is completely intact … and easily updated By Stefene Russell William Adair Bernoudy, one of the 30 original studen... more

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John DeMott’s streamlined, Scandinavian-influenced furniture is made the old-fashioned way—by hand, with a chisel and hammer By Stefene Russell Photography by Frank Di Piazza Once upon a time, John De... more

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Lisa Herbig knew what she wanted. She just didn’t know how much she’d love it when it was done. By Christy Marshall Photography by Anne Matheis The problem: A living room that, over the years, had lo... more

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Set in the heart of Ladue, this home is built for grand entertaining By Carol Shepley Ladue meant country when 11 Ladue Lane was built as a summer place, during the depths of the Depression in 1932. A... more

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The ceilings were falling down. The grout was too clean. The chimney was too low. The finials were gone. Restoring a Compton Heights mansion to its original glory was no mean feat for this anesthesiologist. more

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More homeowners are choosing expensive, time-consuming additions that can double the size of a house. But is it worth the money, noise and dirt? Many say "yes." more

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There's an art to hiring tradespeople. Protect yourself—and your wallet—by asking the right questions. more

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Jay Baker

Think all the new housing is over the river in St. Charles? Au contraire. It’s everywhere. more

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Photography by Katherine Bish

Anna Buechter's detail work makes you go "ahh" more

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Ethical Society photo by Andrew Raimist

Raimist, who's working on the definitive biography of St. Louis Modernist architect Harris Armstrong, talks about his favorite hidden architectural treasures. more

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Those discarded tile backsplashes and sliding doors are being put to good use at the ReStore, a used home supply store opened in St. Louis in 1997 by parent organization, Habitat for Humanity. more

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When the Keno Twins descended on the Science Center for "Trash or Treasure" appraisal day, basements and attics were emptied out across the city as folks appeared to find out what those musty old heirlooms were worth. more

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The music, food and mood were perfect - but this party had more than that; it had heart. more

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Photography by Alise O’Brien

It's a love story—between a couple and their 1920s house. more

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He's a collector. She's not. When the two came together, something had to give. more

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Now that Sutton Avenue is burgeoning with galleries, shops and restaurants, there's a lot more to Maplewood than Manchester. more

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