St. Louis AT HOME Winter 2014

At Home Winter 2014 Cover

Don’t miss the newest edition of St. Louis At Home magazine, featuring all you need to know about kitchens and baths. Pick up your copy today!

This is an ode to the bathtub. I can’t tell you how many homes I’ve walked into that didn’t have one. The homeowners said that they weren’t “bath” people; they preferred showers... Read more



Photography by Alise O’Brien

The goal for this perfectly pristine kitchen was to make it “clean, uncluttered, and easy to maintain,” says Dana Romeis of Castle Design. “It also utilizes the latest in all kinds of technology.”... Read more

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Whip up this dish to take the chill out of a winter night. Read more



Photography by Jonathan Pollack

At 14, Derek Centorbi began helping his grandfather with his kitchen-remodel business. In college, he worked part-time building cabinets for a small shop. “I learned both sides, different aspects,” he says. “I decided there’s no better time... Read more


Whether you’re overhauling your space or just doing a touchup, jump back into the classroom first. Read more



Courtesy of Linkasink

Jeweled sinks create a showstopper for your bathroom. Read more

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Could there be anything more luxe, more catered to the comfort-seeker, than a toilet that flips its own seat? Actually, yes. A toilet that also sings. Or rather, pipes gentle music from, it seems, somewhere deep in the bowl... Read more



Kevin A. Roberts

A simple bath turns sensational with the right accoutrements Read more

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Photography courtesy of Metropol

In the kitchen and bath, traditional style gains new sophistication with handcrafted details in the year’s hottest neutral color, glamorous polished finishes, smart and sleek cabinets, and low-maintenance surfaces... Read more

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Photography by Jennifer Silverberg

You may not realize it, but you’re already familiar with the work of Graniterra. You’ve seen it at the western entrance of The Chase Park Plaza, along the bartop at Bricktops in Frontenac... Read more



Photography courtesy of Kohler

Like so many major developments in history, it all began with a romance. A traveling salesman from Chicago, John Michael Kohler, was in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, working his territory when he met—and lost his heart to—Lillie Vollrath, a local beauty... Read more



Alise O'Brien

These remodeling projects resulted in spectacular rooms. Read more

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Photography courtesy of Denash Photography

Kitchens and baths are big business—to the tune of $130 billion spent on remodeling projects last year, according to data by the U.S. Census Bureau. While homeowners, armed with shelter magazines and sites like and Read more

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Courtesy of Wilson Lighting

Not many of us have kitchen quite this right—or this white—but it is possible to replicate the style with a few key items. Read more

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Ashley Gieseking

A family transfers here from D.C. and dives headfirst into a major reclamation project. Read more

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Vidhya Nagarajan

Cabinets, countertops, faucets, fixtures, flooring, and more Read more

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Photography by Ashley Gieseking

Tucked under stairs or down a hall, the powder room’s the door your guests should open and gasp or giggle—not because they chanced upon an occupant, but because you’ve cut your imagination loose. “Nothing goes together,” warns Susan Block.... Read more

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