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At Home May-June 2007

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Photography by Susan Jackson

St. Louis is blessed with a bounty of landscape architects and designers. Here are eight of the best more

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The Simokaitis family gets the mother of all storage makeovers By Stefene Russell Photography by Anne Matheis The Problem Walk-in closets that you could no longer walk into The Goal To purge, rearrang... more

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The grandeur of Victorian-era St. Louis By Gladys Montgomery Photography by Alise O’Brien Now a stately 156 years old, Campbell House was the first home built in Lucas Place—St. Louis’ first suburb. I... more

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Photography by R. Todd Davis

First Mary and Tom Ott moved to Webster Groves and made friends with a wildflower expert, the late Edgar Dennison. Then they filled their garden with plants which have aged to a state of perfection. more

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The kindness this surgeon displays to his patients, family, friends and colleagues? He doesn’t extend it to his plants By Christy Marshall Photography by R. Todd Davis During the day, Dr. Ira Kodner, ... more

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Photography by Jay Baker; styling by John Fletcher

Ken Miesner and John Sullivan rebuild a mystery house—and keep a friendship's history alive more

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Bowood Farms began in Clarksville and—thank our lucky stars—is now growing here By Katie Pelech Photography by Frank Di Piazza Tucked away in the northern Central West End is a botanical refuge. Once ... more

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Photography by R. Todd Davis

One of the city’s top landscape artists, Matt Moynihan has designed gardens from the Central West End to the Saint Louis Zoo and borders beyond. When it came to his own landscaping, he turned his lot into a maze of delights. more

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By Stefene Russell Photography by Frank Di Piazza There’s something shocking about the fact that Kimmswick has a 636 area code. It just doesn’t feel that close. Though it’s younger than St. Louis (it ... more

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Photography by Anne Matheis

The house was painted a drab pink. Designer Pamela Calvert came in, repainted, redecorated—and brought the outside in more

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