The 5 STL Homes That Will Inspire You

By Mackenzie Taylor
In Culture

If design and food are up your alley, STL Living: A Modern Home Tour + Tasting is where you should be heading this Saturday. Mosby Building Arts is inviting you to explore five updated STL living spaces, with the unique experience of speaking to the designer who made the space possible. Not only do you have the incredible opportunity to view these homes, but you’ll enjoy cocktails and treats from local restaurants, including Strange Donuts and Companion Bakery. To prepare you for the amazing renovations you’re going to see, we want to introduce the five homes that will inspire you this weekend.


The Outer Ladue Home

Located in Frontenac, this gorgeous home received a major overhaul in the basement. With gorgeous shelving (check out those white cabinets!) and a custom cat door, the Outer Ladue home has some serious gems and shows off Mosby Building Art’s creative side.


The Cricklewood Home

With gorgeous wood, recessed lighting, a two-way fish tank and one incredible library, the Cricklewood home is perfect for those who want to play (did you see that game room?) or take a moment to relax by the fire. Whatever your fancy, inspiration will surely strike when you step into this home.


The Gateroyal Home

This Des Peres home has had some major remodeling. Not only has the exterior been redone, but two bathrooms have been upgraded along with a new and modern kitchen. As you run your hands along the granite countertop and take in the unique structure of the kitchen island the Gateroyal home will strike a chord with your inner interior designer.


The Ellenwood Home

Modern doesn’t even begin to describe the Ellenwood home in Clayton. The updated kitchen features sleek countertops, chef’s stove and a chalkboard wall to entertain the kids. This very functional and family-friendly kitchen is perfect for anyone looking to integrate their passion for cooking with little ones running around.


The Marbendale Home

You wouldn’t be able to tell that this lower level used to be a one-car garage, but Mosby Building Arts transformed this home into something truly special. This level is now beautifully lit with a kitchenette (with a back-lit quartz countertop!), dining area and mud room. And be sure to check out the newly designed detached garage; you can’t help but be inspired.

All photos courtesy of Mosby Building Arts.

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