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In this issue

Viva Vintage!

Cut from the Same Cloth

“Turkey Tracks” is a 19th-century quiltmaking pattern that has the appearance of little wandering feet. Patterns like the tracks, and their traditions and myths, have been passed down through the generations, from their frontier beginnings to today, where a generation of makers has embraced the material as a means of creating something new. Olivia Jondle is one such designer. Here, she’s taken an early turkey track-pattern quilt, cut it into various shapes, and stitched the pieces together, adding calico and other fabric remnants as needed. The result is a trench coat she calls the Pale Calico Coat. Her designs are for sale at The Rusty Bolt, Jondle’s small-batch fashion company based in St. Louis. —SAMANTHA STEVENSON

Cut from the Same Cloth

3 mins

Color Block

A background in sculpture trained artist Aly Ytterberg to see objects more fully.

Color Block

3 mins

A Modern Story

How a little log cabin went from being a home to a guest house

A Modern Story

3 mins

IN GOOD TIME

With the help of interior designer Robert Idol, a Kirkwood couple creates a home that pays homage to the past, yet feels just right for their modern young family.

IN GOOD TIME

5 mins

Let's Dish

"Food Raconteur” Ashok Nageshwaran wants to tell you a story.

Let's Dish

2 mins

The Right Move

New shops and showrooms bring exciting opportunities for local designers, makers, and arts organizations to sell their wares to home enthusiasts here and everywhere.

The Right Move

2 mins

Green Dreams

Painter and gardener Lauren Knight branches out.

Green Dreams

3 mins

Cultivating Kokedama

Chris Mower of White Stable Farms discovered the Japanese style of gardening in Italy. Now, he’s bringing it to St. Louis.

Cultivating Kokedama

2 mins

Graphic Mood

Letters, icons, and illustrations that speak in a hand-drawn language

Graphic Mood

2 mins

AUDRA's New Digs

Audra Noyes, of the Saint Louis Fashion Fund Incubator’s first class, opens an atelier in Ladue.

AUDRA's New Digs

2 mins

Welcome to Wonderlland

Page Pardo left a career in law to live the rustic life with 200 animals.

Welcome to Wonderlland

3 mins

A Painter of People and Places

Artist Anne Molasky is inspired by the outdoors and its many shades of light.

A Painter of People and Places

3 mins

The Power of Neighbors

In a year that’s brought life-altering challenges at home and abroad, community is the bright spot in our everyday lives.

The Power of Neighbors

10+ mins

NEIGHBORLY ACTS

Small gestures make a big difference.

NEIGHBORLY ACTS

2 mins

WHAT WE'RE WEARING NOW

The coronavirus pandemic has influenced how people think about getting dressed for the day. For many, relaxed comfortable clothes have taken on greater importance, whereas others have maintained preCOVID wardrobes in an effort to foster a sense of normalcy and hope. We photographed eight men and women from a variety of backgrounds and spoke to them about their style and shopping habits. For each, clothes provide a sense of continuity in unsettled times.

WHAT WE'RE WEARING NOW

2 mins

DAILY DELIGHTS

Tom Brackman, the unofficial mayor of Waterman, on beautifying his neighborhood

DAILY DELIGHTS

3 mins

Moving Up

Why some who want an addition choose to lift and move their homes instead

Moving Up

3 mins

Vacation Dreamin'

How a St. Louis couple turned a stay-at-home summer into a thriving small business

Vacation Dreamin'

2 mins

FRESH START

Whitney Kenter finds Zen in a remodeled Midcentury ranch.

FRESH START

5 mins

For the Record

The latest social media craze isn’t just for teens. It’s also an opportunity for design professionals.

For the Record

2 mins

Home in 3-D

Tech tools are simplifying the sale and renovation of homes.

Home in 3-D

3 mins

MODERN HISTORY

Nearly two decades ago, Anne and Brad Bishop searched for a family home. They found one that charms everyone.

MODERN HISTORY

2 mins

Talented Twosome

If you can dream it, this husband-and-wife team will tweak it, build it, and lacquer it.

Talented Twosome

3 mins

The 10 Most Beautiful Homes IN ST.LOUIS 2020

How do you define a beautiful home? Is it in the architecture or the setting? In the mix of building materials or the assemblage of stylistic influences? It wasn’t until our search for beautiful homes ended this past summer that writer Amy Burger and I recognized how our instincts drew us to properties with incredible landscaping and gardens, to places where homeowners place a premium on outdoor spaces and details: window boxes in bloom, statement-making walkways, a passion for the front porch, which, this year above all others, proved its hero status as the place to connect with neighbors and nature alike. –VERONICA THEODORO

9 mins

Welcome to the Neighborhood

BETSY BLANCETT NACRELLI, owner of Collections by Joya, entered 2020 on a high note.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

2 mins

DISCO QUEEN

Whether she’s decorating her home or building a small business, Abbey Eilermann does it with joy.

5 mins

Breaking the Mold

Before she could create her line of jewelry, designer Taylor Saleem had to forge a new path.

Breaking the Mold

3 mins

A Common Thread

Two women—one a baby boomer, the other a millennial—share more than just a love of design.

A Common Thread

3 mins

Country Wonderland

Designer Maghan Heeter reimagines a barn-loft in a palette of red, white, and blue.

Country Wonderland

5 mins

To the Max

In a design that feels so effortless, architects poured in loads of work.

To the Max

1 min

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DesignSTL Magazine Description:

PublisherSt Louis Magazine

CategoryHome

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

DesignSTL is the unequivocal must-read for people who love their home. The magazine inspires St. Louisans to entertain, cook, decorate and thoroughly enjoy their home environment. With issues themed around the outdoors, culinary, design and holiday, DesignSTL provides both valuable information and trends to inspire.

DesignSTL formally known as St. Louis At Home was first introduced in February 2004 as a special quarterly insert in St. Louis Magazine. Earning great response from readers and advertisers, SLM Media Group launched the premier issue of St. Louis At Home in spring 2005. The next year, St. Louis At Home earned top honors from the City & Regional Magazine Association in the category of Ancillary Publication. The publication has continued to evolve since then.

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