Homes hidden within gardens
Tressa Procter-King of Flambeaux Design Co. makes New Orleans-inspired jewelry out of polymer clay, copper wire and found objects.
Local chefs show off some of their signature dishes.
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No white baseboards? Peach-hued ceilings? Colorist Mary Cooper offers some unusual suggestions for interior color that will add life to your home.
Pie is good any time of year, but it’s a necessity during the holidays.
With a fresh and nontraditional color palette and custom-made centerpieces with fresh lemons and apples, Richard and Sally Edrington keep holiday decorating fun.
Sculptor and physician Dr. Arthur Silverman and his late wife of more than 65 years, Merce, filled their home with a blend of low-key furnishings and light colors, letting their art collection truly shine.
Collections of military antiques can be both aesthetically pleasing and meaningful.
A home just steps from Audubon Park illustrates the fresh sophistication of today’s New Orleans style.
Between subsidence and rainstorms, both of which we have in abundance here, rain gardens make great sense.
New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles and the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans recognize five historically sensitive home renovations and two business icons.
From the Garden of Eden to America’s kitchens, apples are forever tempting our taste buds.
Sandra and Bob Eason look forward to Christmas all year long.