The Rep Apartment project is completed. Fourteen of the twenty apartments have been renovated and designed. Here is the final result of my Apartment, G-2. It happened with the help and donations of many friends and supportive businesses. Thank you.
Arch Framing & Design donated framed prints and posters.
The Scalamamdre zebra wallcovering was the starting point for the design of the space.
Fabrics for the bedroom window treatments, shams and pillows were donated by B Berger Fabrics.
The kitchen is small but functional. All the elements are here. The black cabinets, donated by Beck Allen
Cabinetry look great with the glass mosaic tile back splash and the granite counter. If you want to mix color and pattern in a small space keep the color palette close in tone.
The tile and carpet throughout the space was donated by Pro Source.
The fabulous zebra print shower curtain is an outdoor fabric from Scalamandre.
Kohler provided all sinks and faucets.
The opening party was a tremendous success. The apartment was a success with the much appreciated help of Tyler Mahley of Mahley Building Group.
Cary Baumann of HomesForRehab donated furnishings to help complete the apartment. Christy Marshall editor of St Louis At Home Magazine was the force behind this project. Someone I do not have a photo of is Deb Sharn of the St Louis Rep Theatre. She managed this outrageous project and is truly amazing.
Cary with Melinda Klinghammer of Design & Detail who gave support and donations for the apartment.
Christine Renna and Ryan Frank, family is the best support there is.
David Whitehead, Peter Julian of Scalamandre, and Sherrie Whitehead. Your help and generosity is boundless.
Kathy Curotto,always there to help get the job done.
Because of Tony Xenos of Aphrodite Granite the apartment's bathroom has a beautiful travertine vanity top.
Donna Goro,Sondra Singhurse, Carolyn Cecil, Trica Heliker, Lori O'Brien,
Thank you, this couldn't have happened without you.
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