Ultimate design in small spaces within the home.

    With a move across town, Dan and Heidi Meckes turned their vision of having more time to enjoy life into a reality.  The couple were the first to buy a condo in The Barclay building in Kirkwood in...

    With their primary residence on a lakeside property in the country, the homeowners’ love of all things rustic shines in their main kitchen with casual and dark, heavy elements perfect for country...

    Japandi One of the newest additions to the interior design world, Japandi focuses on simplicity, natural elements and comfort. It combines elements of both Japanese and Scandinavian (Scandi)...

    By O’Hara Interiors. This mudroom is located in the back of the home with easy access to the back yard, and it is designed for the whole family including their beloved dog. It offers style and...

    1. By Woodmeister Master Builders. Designed by Seldom Scene Interiors, this home is a small but very thoughtfully designed cottage used in summer months. Highly-specialized, selective custom...

    Creating Structure: Traditional interior design begins in the room’s structural elements. Introducing structure into your space comes with details such as moldings, trims and railings that are...

    When the homeowners moved from a 3,400-square-foot home in Houston to the 1,260-square-foot condo in St. Louis they wanted to remodel the space before moving in. After interviewing a few designers...

    Black and white is the quintessential color pairing that packs a powerful punch. For a young St. Louis family, the contrasting colors set the design direction for their new kitchen addition. The...

    By Coats Homes and SHM Architects. This is a living room library and library space. The green walls and medium-tone wood make for a cozy and relaxed space, the fireplace adds additional warmth to...

    One common misconception about eclectic design is the thought that “anything goes.” For eclectic interior design to be effective, it’s important to carefully select each piece to create a space...

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    The need for a designated home work space is a constant. It is the quantity of time spent in the space that is the variable. A well-designed home office should be versatile enough...

    Homeowners Charlie and Nina Harris wanted to honor the roots of their 1916 home in their extensive main suite bathroom addition. “I’d describe our style as traditional with a modern flair, and we...

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