The dining room, formerly a library, had large walls that were ideal for featuring artwork. A central chandelier, featuring hand-blown Italian glass, now hangs over a circular inlaid bone table and creates a bold centerpiece for the room. This dining room design later lent itself to the cover of St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles.
The living room featured a large mirror on a central wall, which was torn out and replaced with a fireplace that gave the room a more architectural feeling. The room was thoughtfully designed around artwork and featured several pieces of custom furniture.
The home’s galley-style kitchen was full of old cabinetry and felt disconnected from the rest of the home. Wall to wall and full height, the black-and-white backsplash is the hero of the room, complementing it with a simple ebony stain for the cabinets and stainless steel countertops.
This St. Louis townhome was a blank slate and gave us the freedom to create a perfect expression of our client’s individual tastes.