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Design STL November/December 2018

See inside Design STL's November/December 2018 issue, featuring small spaces with big style and 10 of St. Louis’ best dressed.

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Kevin A. Roberts

These unassuming spots offer a twist on the classic sammy. Read more

Dining

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

The property was originally built in 1912 for Frank Rand, who later served as president of the International Shoe Company. Read more

Property

Living with less has its benefits (and challenges), according to these St. Louisans. Read more

Design

According to St. Louis' closet gurus, you don't need a giant wardrobe to dress stylishly. Read more

Interior Design

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Photography courtesy of Proven Winners - www.provenwinners.com

Kim Reiss, who teaches a class on optimizing tiny garden spaces at Sugar Creek Gardens in Kirkwood, shares her expertise for creating inviting patios and terraces. Read more

Design

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Photography by Carmen Troesser

“Really we wanted people to be able to come in and not feel like they had to make an appointment. We wanted to be more accessible,” says firm founder Cheree Berry. Read more

Property

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Alise O'Brien

Bit by bit, Kelly created a space that's Hollywood glam mixed with California cozy. And nothing feels crowded. Read more

Features

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Photography by Jennifer Silverberg

Humphries, the jewelry specialist at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, has been helping St. Louisans uncover the history and value of their jewelry since she was 15 years old. Read more

Design

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

The nonprofit warehouse invites clients dealing with domestic violence or addiction or struggling with homelessness, mental illness, and other challenges to shop for used home accessories. Read more

Design

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

During the holidays, when invitations abound, a memorable hostess gift is a gracious way to show appreciation. Read more

Design

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Photography courtesy of Garcia Properties

As of September 2018, St. Louis Public Schools had 20 schools up for sale. Four of those are already under contract with developers. Read more

Property

Leggy furniture, slim-profile floor lamps, transparent pieces, statement art, and mirrors help create the illusion of space. Read more

Interior Design

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Photography by Alise O'Brien

Living in a one-bedroom apartment or wee cottage doesn’t have to mean sacrificing good design. In fact, having less space can present a big opportunity to make a statement with well-considered décor. Read more

Interior Design

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Colleen Clawson—chef and owner of the restaurant on South Jefferson—shares tips for thinking outside the breadbox. Read more

Dining

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

McConnell has two collections of paper products, one custom and the other ready-to-mail. Read more

Design

Author, illustrator, and outdoor enthusiast Angela Staehling shares her favorite plant varieties and how to display them. Read more

Design

"I’ve learned a lot of nifty, creative, innovative ways that people with limited resources can reuse items, how they reduce items they use to minimize waste, and essentially how they adapt to these resources,” says Colleen Young of Eco-Century Modern Read more

Design

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Magan Lorenz

When considering a smaller space, Laws works to maximize every inch. “I think it gives you a little more opportunity to be more impactful, because you have limitations,” he says. Read more

Features

Members gather to socialize, knit, and show off their latest handmade wares, but the guild’s mission runs deeper. Read more

Design

The following St. Louisans wield fashion as a form of personal expression, combining styles and designers to tell the world something about who they are. Read more

Features