When we met Peggy Deguire and Richard Supanich and saw pictures of their space in the recently renovated and historically rich Chase Park Plaza in the Central West End of St. Louis we knew we had to share it with you. The interior is exactly what you’d expect of the landmark and its art déco roots, layered in luxury and Old Hollywood glitz and glam.


We sat down with Peggy to chat about her new and amazingly styled condo. A dental hygienist by trade she proves she has a keen eye for design needing guidance from our interior specialist only when it came to the scale of furniture and mix of fabrics. She admits she’s a pattern addict and sometimes gets carried away.


What drew you to this building other than it’s absolutely stunning?!


We’ve always loved the Central West End. It’s where I work. It has a European vibe to it with sidewalk cafes, restaurants and boutiques, and it’s right across the street from Forest Park, which is reminiscent to Central Park.




To us, it’s global.

To us, it’s 365 days of reaching out to those in need, to those less fortunate, to those here and on the other side of the world.

It’s providing food, clean drinking water and clothing to the children of Nepal. It’s helping the Nepalese rebuild after those devastating earthquakes earlier this year.


We are beyond excited to have Lindsay Jackman from The White Buffalo Styling Co. guest blogging today and sharing her custom design experience with you, not to mention revealing her amazing chairs! Take it away Lindsay…

Unique color and pattern pairings are my absolute favorite part of design. They show up in every room I design and I believe they’re really what makes a space memorable.



We recently renovated and moved into a new house and I have been most excited to decorate the living room. This is the heart of the home for us. We spend our time here as a family and entertain here. So I wanted to give it some extra special love.

The first thing that I found for the room was the rug. With the tall, vaulted ceilings, white walls, and wood beams, I hunted for the perfect colorful rug to inspire the rest of the design.