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Ladue News Show House 2013

Earlier this month the doors of 23 Lenox Place opened to reveal a remarkable display of St. Louis interior design talent. The Third Annual Ladue News Show House allowed visitors to experience the work of top St. Louis designers set amidst the backdrop of historic grandeur. The home, a stately three-story located in the beautiful Central West End, dates to 1904 and was the work of Guy C. Mariner. Show House tours ended last week, and if you were unable to visit, not to worry. We were on hand to snap a few photos and a video will follow at the end of this post.

Many of the pieces pictured below are available through KDR Designer Showrooms. Call 314.993.5020 or e-mail karent@kdrshowrooms.com for information and to obtain pricing on a specific item.

 Ladue News Show House in Pictures

LN Show House | Upstairs Landing

Upstairs Landing by Tom Manche Interiors
Pictured Above: 
Black Lacquered Game Chair by Maitland Smith
Italian Ottoman by Baker Furniture
Greggo Drink Table by Kolkka Furniture
Koyuki Black Bamboo Lamp by Frederick Cooper Lighting.

Upstairs Landing by Tom Manche Ladue News Showhouse
Photo by Michael Jacob

 Upstairs Landing by Tom Manche Interiors
Pictured Above:
Silver Leaf Mirrored Console by Theodore Alexander
A Pair of Modern Balustrade Round Table Lamps

LN Show House | Dining Room

Dining Room by Gigi Lombrano and Steve Toedebusch
Pictured Above:
 Celestial Chest by Baker 
Phillips Bamboo Lamps.


Dining Room by Gigi Lombrano and Steve Toedebusch
Pictured Above:
Six Empire Side Chairs by EJ Victor

K Taylor Foyer | The Ladue News Show House
Photo by Michael Jacob

The Foyer by K Taylor Design Group
Pictured Above:
Regency Sofa by Baker Furniture
Morgan Side Table by Baker Furniture
 Floor lamp by Century Furniture
Utilitarian Table by CTH-Sherrill
Dolce Arm Chair by Artistic Frame
Gold Waves Martini Table

K Taylor Design Group Foyer
Photo by Michael Jacob

Foyer by K Taylor Design Group
Pictured Above:
Custom Polines Console by Taracea
A Pair of Ottomans from the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collection for Sherrill Furniture


Nursery by June Roesslein Interiors

 For a closer look at the home’s history and the entire Ladue News Show House, watch The Ladue News’ video below.