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When maintaining his large contemporary home in Kirkwood took more time and effort than he was willing to spend any longer, the owner began looking for an alternative. 

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It’s so St. Louis. Hometown sports memorabilia and unexpected collectibles deliver character to a basement office exhibiting the latest in innovative home automation technology. In honing his space, the ultimate man cave, Walbrandt Technologies owner Aaron Walbrandt achieved the perfect synthesis of sophisticated and simple by merging new with old to create an uber functional after-hours workplace.

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Gardening apps that will leave you more time to stop and smell the roses.

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Is there any other time of year that you hear the word lamb as much as around Easter, when it is probably enjoyed at more American dinner tables than any other meat?  

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Step up the style of your staircase. By adding paint, tile and wallpaper to the risers, you will give your stairs a fresh new look.

Tile
Mosaic tile treads, by Ellen Grasso & Sons.
Glass, tile and mirror mosaic, by Jennifer Kuhns, JK Mosaic.

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Minimalist, functional and simplistic, Scandinavian design began to emerge in the late 1920s. Originating in the European countries of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, the height of the design movement came into focus after World War II.

The introduction of mass production paired with the increased availability of new, low-cost materials following the war allowed for furnishings to be high quality and accessible to everyday people. Often referred to as democratic design, Scandinavian furnishings appealed to the masses and were affordable.

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