Interior Design

2017’s 11 Most Beautiful Rooms Featured in At Home

At Home featured some gorgeous spaces this year…here are the best featured in STL Magazine!

For this lakeside kitchen and dining space, interior designer Amy Studebaker commissioned woodworker Martin Goebel to build a table crafted from a single slab of spalted elm.

Homeowner Susan Emerson’s master bedroom combines warm, personal touches with sophisticated fabrics and antiques. 

Homeowner Maggie Pearson’s Central West End living room comes to life with a combination of bold patterns and colorful décor.

Interior designer Ken Stückenschneider layered a palette of soft gray, sky blue, and white trim to create a look that’s both tranquil and elevated.

“I’m a Francophile,” says homeowner Suzanne Miller Farrell, “but I like to mix it up with things we’ve bought on our travels.” Farrell’s lush, blue-and-white master bedroom exemplifies her style.

Isabelle and Jean-Paul Montupet’s home library showcases the couple’s love of books, French heirlooms, and modern furniture, like the wheat-colored Piero Lissoni sofa. (Deisgn by Mitchell Wall & Assoc)

Designed by renowned architect Ted Christner in the 1960s to be in harmony with its natural surroundings, the house features expansive walls that offer an ideal backdrop for the homeowner’s art collection.

Designer Laura Lee’s sunroom is a favorite nook with 10-foot ceilings and large arched windows.

Designer Amie Corley’s kitchen design, with its duo marble and walnut countertops, reflects a desire for both style and function. Pops of color and texture throughout lend a warm yet elegant aesthetic.

Homeowner Elisa Suarez has a preference for a less-is-more aesthetic, as seen in the design of her light-filled living room. A combination of soft colors and white walls allow her beloved art collection to take center stage.

A vaulted ceiling, stainglass windows, rift-sawn wood floors. Interior designer April Jensen transformed this once dark and heavy great room into a light and modern space by keeping the focus on the room’s strong architectural elements.

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