Town and Style

January 2016
There was a time when a home’s plumbing and its hardware weren’t all that intriguing. But today, these have become much more than pipes and functional elements… Read More

Town and Style

June 2015
A peek into the windows of the St. Louis retail world… Read More

St. Louis Magazine

June 2015
Interior designers will no longer need to travel to Chicago or other larger markets for the latest bathroom and kitchen faucets, tubs, lighting, and tile offerings from Waterworks, the luxury bath and kitchen company… Read More

Encounters with Laufen Bathrooms

January 2015
Miami Ironside’s creative community together with Laufen North America open their showrooms and studios for a night of creative and social opulence. Read More

St. Louis Magazine

October 2014
A Bit of Sparkle: Jeweled sinks create a showstopper for your bathroom. Read More

Ladue News

October 2014
For Your Kitchen Consideration: They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, so it’s logical to conclude that dream homes start somewhere between the breakfast table and the stove? Looking for inspiration? Read More

Fox 2 Now

October 2014
High Tech Bathroom Gadgets: Are you looking to remodel your bathroom? Leigh Suffian showed Elliot Weiler some options to bring it into the 21st century. Watch Now

Fox 2 Now

April 2014

Sometimes, one little change can make all the difference. If you are thinking of adding a new look to your home, think about replacing your sink… Watch Now

Ladue News

May 2012
Kitchens: Make it Bold! Area experts, including Immerse’s very own Leigh Suffian, were asked about latest design trends in today’s kitchens. Read More

Town & Style

April 2012
Spruce Up for Spring Special Edition Read More

St. Louis Jewish Light

February 2012
Next Generation Showroom for Longtime Family Business Read More

St. Louis Business Journal

October 2011
Plumbing firm Atlas Supply Co. has launched its first new venture in its 80-year history, a 4,350-square-foot showroom and design studio called Immerse at 836 Hanley Industrial Drive. It’s a $500,000 investment that is expected to add $2 million in sales during the next year. Atlas is owned by Leigh Suffian, her brother, Joel Suffian, and cousin Brent Suffian. They are the grandchildren of Fred Suffian, who started the business in 1937 with his brother, Ben.