September 2018

Articles from this Issue

Before moving in August 2017 into their nearly 5,000-square-foot home on North Central, Leslie and Paul Lux occupied a larger home in Ladue. Leslie, an interior designer and owner of LPL Interiors,...
Longtime residents of Chesterfield, this couple loved their fashionable neighborhood and the many friends they’d made, but were ready for a newer, more contemporary home. They’d often admired a...
Caleb Bauer pleaded his case using the Internet. It was a giant case to plead. In question was a Millstadt, Ill., hillside with a steep, 65-foot drop from the house his clients were building to a...
Add variety to your garden by replacing your standby shrubs with these exciting alternatives. 1. “Blush Pink Nandina is a compact, semi-evergreen shrub boasting pink-tinged foliage that turns...
SEPTEMBER Stay up-to-date in your landscape with planning tips and events from the Missouri Botanical Garden.  September 15 – 30 Harvest herbs now to freeze or dry for winter use.  Begin readying...
More and more homeowners are taking the steps to improve one, if not several, spaces in their homes. Careful planning, sticking to a budget and enlisting the help of an interior design, architect and...

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