Central West End St. Louis Designer Showhouse Butler's Pantry

This 1920's era home had seen better days and was in need of repairs, updates and so much more. Our goal in designing the space was to make it functional for today's families. We maximized the ample storage from the original use of the room and also added a ladie's writing desk, tea area, coffee bar, wrapping station and a sewing machine. Today's busy Mom could now easily relax as well as take care of various household chores all in one, elegant room.

Michael Jacob-- Photographer

セントルイスの中サイズのトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれなクラフトルーム (リノリウムの床、白い壁、暖炉なし、自立型机、ベージュの床) の写真 —  Houzz

Houzz 寄稿者のコメント:

ANNA MUHLKEさんがアイテムをemp kaltenbronn muhlkeに追加しました 6 日前

A.M. I think that this space has good scale and proportion with the cabinet reaching the ceilings and the chandelier isn't too big for the ceilings. Along with the desk looking like it belongs, it doesn't look like its out of place or floating away.

AnnaさんがアイテムをErick’s Studyに追加しました 2019年8月8日

Inspo for the back wall to have space to display miniatures. Would make it in black and bronce like the bedroom

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