April 2017

Articles from this Issue

Designer Stacy Hillman’s motto is straightforward: “The more color you use, the easier it is to decorate,” she says. When her clients were ready to put the finishing touches on the 4,689-square-foot...
Christa and Dave Guilbeault’s home was roof-to-foundation traditional when mother-and-daughter design team Shirley Strom and Katie Marvin of S&K Interiors first set eyes on it last spring. And...
Following World War II, the television set procured a place of honor in most American family rooms. The original cathode ray tube (CRT) set, though luxuriously expensive enough to warrant a prime...
It’s time to break the bedroom rules by scrapping the serene color schemes for a bright, bold look. Homeowners need not fear color when it comes to their private space. Choose a color you love and...
St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MOPhotography by Sam Fentress Saint Louis University’s new School of Law transformed a nondescript 1960s building into a contemporary, state-of-the-art...
For our April color and technology issue, we asked local design and tech professionals their opinion on turntables. Do you still rock out to the old vinyls? Or are these age-old players a thing of...

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