Kansas City native Sheila Kemper Dietrich talks about Livliga, a line of portion-control dinnerware she founded following a move to Boulder, Colo. She has a new line of childrens dinnerware and a childrens book in the works.
Allan Stever and Michael Richardsons Jadore shop in Brookside is a little department store of home decor items with a European flair. Stever talks about how the two got started and some of Jadores specialties
Rod Parks got a blast of national attention last month when he and his Bruce Goff house in Crestwood were featured in a color spread in the New York Times. Parks has held many functions in his one-of-a-kind dwelling, an octagonal floor plan house embodying the eccentric modern architects unique sense of style.
Preparations are underway this week for the 25th Annual Herb and Wildflower Sale on April 27, which benefits the John Wornall House and Alexander Majors House museums.
Using faux finishes, Dennis Howell is transforming the dated look of his recently purchased home in Brookside.
Dining with a mission: DIFFA’s April 13 Dining by Design fundraiser will benefit HIV/AIDS education and prevention in Kansas City.
In mid-March, Gary Archer had been unloading a truckload of dwarf conifers before he stopped to chat, and there was a whiff of spring in the air. Out in the plant lot, where a new shade house was taking shape, witch hazel shrubs erupted in ruffles of tiny yellow blossoms. Outside the nursery center, pansies and primroses flaunted bright colors in pots beside the door.
Prairie Village couple’s art collection includes glass art they began buying in the 1970s.