There is no better place to cozy up during the winter  than in front of a warm fire. The heat, the glow and the crackling of wood make the experience even more enjoyable. Make your hearth a style statement with screens, decorative mantel surrounds and more.

    one: Open circles decorative fireplace screen, available at Savvy Surrounding Style.

    two: Custom set of fireplace doors inset into a stone surround with a textured steel frame, by Eureka Forge.


    “I love this traditional pattern with updated soft colors. It's easy to pair fabrics with and is a wonderful ground for a colorful room.”  -Teddy Karl, Allied ASID, The Great Cover-Up. Rug available at Rugs by Saga.

    “The Appalacian rug is a fresh twist on the popular hair-on-hide rugs. The bold geometric pattern made out of luxurious natural hide adds flair and richness like no other flooring can. The cool sophistication of the gray tones in this rug adds depth and elegance and works well with any decor.”  -Meredith Wanamaker, Niche.


    You can’t go wrong with the classic combo of black and white. Both of these neutral shades are powerful alone, but when paired together, they create a sleek statement.

    one: Mirrored links decorative wall hanging, from Savvy Surrounding Style.

    two:  New safari chair, by Ralph Lauren Home, available at KDR Designer Showrooms.

    three: Beaujolais table, by Baker, from KDR Designer Showrooms.


    Welcome guests into your garden with an exquisite gate. Constructed from wood, iron and more, garden gates no longer function to only keep out unwanted visitors. Today’s gates are an artful addition to your landscape.

    one: Landscape St. Louis

    two: Classic Metal Craft

    three: Eureka Forge

    four: Landscape St. Louis

    five: Perpetua Iron


    What better way to bring life to a room than with a beautiful and colorful painting. Support local Missouri artists when choosing your next piece of artwork.

    “Behr Woods,” by Bryan Haynes, Kodner Gallery

    “Rockwoods XVII.1.0,” by Ken Worley, Bruno David Gallery

    “Mom,” by Cheonae Kim, Philip Slein Gallery

    “Flowered Turban,” by Victor Wang, Atrium Gallery


    Coffee table, cocktail table, end table…whatever you like to call them, the occasional table can make a big impact in a room. No longer just a resting place for drinks or stray magazines, tables accent a room’s furnishings while exuding their own style.

    one: Remy Table, by Goebel.

    two: Kinkou Occasional Table, by Bolier & Co., available at Frank Patton Interiors.

    three: Sylvia Hall Table, by DwellStudio for Precendent, available at KDR Designer Showrooms.