As they say in the real estate business, the most important thing is “location, location, location.” This is equally true when buying a house that’s already been built as it is when selecting your custom home building site. If you’re in the process of selecting a building site for your new home, how can you… (Read the full article)
Embarking on a kitchen remodeling project is an exciting endeavor, but in order to make your dream kitchen a reality, there are a few steps you need to take first. Create a wish list Think about how you use your kitchen now: what works, what doesn’t, what could be better. Think about how you and… (Read the full article)
New year, new you, new look for your home? If you’re looking to switch up your home furnishings in the coming year, here are a few of the top interior design trends for 2019 to ensure your home is stylish throughout the new year. Color In anticipation of 2019, we’re seeing a few trending color… (Read the full article)
Mitchell Wall’s own Carol Wall was recently featured in an article of the June issue of Design STL by St. Louis Magazine titled “Five St. Louis women of design share their stories and offer advice.” Carol Wall – Past Owner, Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design Starting Out: I took over running the firm when my… (Read the full article)
Has it ever happened to you where you walk into a space, or turn a corner and see a building, and the design just knocks your socks off? It takes your breath away it is that beautiful. Just being in the presence of such a creation inspires awe and the experience takes over all of… (Read the full article)
No one can deny the popularity of home renovation shows. At any given time, you can turn on any number of cable stations and they seem to be entirely dedicated to the genre. But what has all this interest in home renovation done to the expectations placed upon architects and contractors? On the surface, the… (Read the full article)
In a video for the St Louis Business Journal, architect Thomas Wall talks about his love for being an architect.
Speaking with the St Louis Business Journal, architect Thomas Wall recently discussed his passion for designing homes that fit each client perfectly. For get the full story, visit the St Louis Business Journal.
In a recent video by the St Louis Post-Dispatch, Tom and Megan Wall talk about their home and how it reminds them of the legacy Mitchell Wall, Thomas’ father, left behind.
Crain’s St Louis has an ongoing series where they ask local business leaders about their past mistakes, so that others can learn from their experiences. Carol Wall recently talked about the benefit of keeping your workplace a positive and healthy environment. Read the full interview at Crain’s St Louis