SLS Obsessed

Introducing SLS Obsessed | February 5, 2021

Introducing SLS Obsessed – a curated collection of local and other goods that we at St. Louis Style find unique and inspiring. From furniture or amazing interiors to skincare and must-follow Instagram accounts, be sure to check back every Friday to see what we are OBSESSED with that week!

Retrouvé Intensive Replenishing Facial Moisturizer

Retrouvé is the brainchild of Jami Morse Heidegger, the former owner of Kiehl’s. The brand started out as Heidegger’s own personal skincare line, formulated for her by a cosmetic chemist she used to work with. The result is a line of skincare that uses high-end natural and science-backed ingredients, in the highest concentrations, produced in a high-tech, synergistic formulation that allows deep and effective delivery of the ingredients to the skin. Considered the line’s pièce de résistance the Intensive Replenishing Facial Moisturizer, is an overnight treatment packed with apple stem cells, marine extracts, and other skin rejuvenating ingredients. Impressed and ready to purchase? 15% of all purchases made Feb. 12 at 5:30 PM during the St. Louis Fashion Fund event will benefit the fund!

Dorothy Draper Viennese China Cabinet From Interior Motives

Considered the star piece of that collection, this China cabinet exemplifies the playful nature of a Draper design with the exaggerated lines of the bombé base and the scroll of the pediment. Hidden interior lights make this the perfect display for all your lovely pieces. If blush pink is not for you, pricing includes refinishing, and it can be lacquered in any color of your choice. Visit their website or Instagram to shop their well-curated collection of Mid-century Modern, Hollywood Regency, and Art Deco vintage pieces.

Civil Alchemy Produce Bags

A great alternative to single-use produce bags at grocery stores – Purchase the set of 3 for $21.50 at Civil Alchemy.

Impeccably Renovated Italian Villa in Louisville

2421 Cherokee Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky, 40204 – Listed by Jon Mand of Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty.

Situated on one of Cherokee Triangle’s most storied streets and featuring stunning treetop views of Cherokee Park, this impeccably remodeled Italian villa offers the opportunity to own a private piece of Louisville’s rich architectural history featuring timeless finishes and millwork enhanced by today’s most luxurious designs and updates. Nestled among towering mature trees and manicured landscaping, this iconic three-story home features world-class outdoor living spaces designed to mimic the beauty of the adjoining parkland, offering a private in-ground pool, spacious terrace with firepit and water feature, bright screened-in porch, limestone veranda, and expansive koi pond with stream-fed waterfall.

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@Breadbeheld on Instagram

@Breadheld features beautifully photographed and delicious looking loaves of bread accompanied with “inspired meditations and reflections.” A must-follow for carb lovers everywhere.

Warsaw Kitchen Renovation

Featured in Vogue Living this prewar apartment in the heart of Warsaw is a beautiful blend of old and new. “The owners really wanted a large, open kitchen, so we moved it from the back of the house to the front and combined the living, dining, and kitchen areas,” says interior designer Marta Chrapka of Colombe Design. The work of 20th-century master Josef Frank inspired her design for the custom kitchen cabinets with circular walnut accents, and the dining room chairs are Frank’s design for Svenskt Tenn, the Swedish design powerhouse he led mid-century. See more of this lovely renovation here.

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