City and suburban living at its best.

    Set on nearly two acres that were once part of the World’s Fair site, the majestic, all-brick multistory was built in 1925 and already had undergone several renovations before attracting the...

    The Hill. Rich in history, it is as iconic as the Arch, Forest Park and Busch Stadium. Savory aromas waft from the popular restaurants and bakeries on nearly every corner. Pole banners, canopies,...

    The instant you meet homeowners Eric and Leah Sutphen, their colorful personalities and warm spirits immediately light up the room. So it is no surprise that their Soulard residence is bursting...

    Internet technology has virtually revolutionized the interior design industry over the past decade. In fact, a recent ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) study determined that more than...

    The Central West End  had always held a special allure for these former suburbanites. “We came here constantly and thought it would be a great place to live,” says the husband. He and his wife had...

    Every house has a story.  Some are short and sweet. Some span a hundred year history. And some have a story deeply rooted in the life of its designer/builder. Such is the story of an architectural...

    For most people, bringing work home with them is a bad thing. Not so for James Afflixio, co-owner of Maplewood Galleries, a design showroom of art and antiques that opened last spring in downtown...

    “We’re the caretakers for this home and will pass it on to another generation.” That’s the commitment made by these homeowners on moving into their magnificent three-story Colonial in 1999....

    Everyone has memories of Christmas growing up. Whether it was leaving cookies and milk for Santa, putting your favorite ornament on the prime spot on the tree or stringing popcorn for garland,...

    “Subtle and muted” aren’t words one typically associates with the colors of the holiday season. But that was this homeowner’s objective as she planned for Yuletide festivities in the spectacular...

    Defined by its landmark water tower, Compton Heights holds a place in history as one of the nation’s first planned residential developments. The 250-acre tract was laid out in 1889 and designed...

     

    Nestled deep in the woods, deer and turkey roam this 850-acre farm just outside of Morse Mill. Catfish, bass, bluegill and crappie fill a 30-acre lake upon which sits a refined lodge that...

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