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Author: Betty Tujague
The lovely home of Henry and Charmaine Dupré keeps history alive.
Upon discovering where she wanted to live, Gretchen Kaltenbach proceeded to embellish the interior with a tasteful updated look that mirrored her personal style.
Jim and Danielle Keaty successfully merged the past with the present – in a prime location.
Upon finding the home they share, Kurt and Lea Carleton discovered it was to become a place of peaceful quietude where they could grow together.
In updating their period home, Jon and Isabelle Feerick have kept authenticity in both physical structure and the spirit of Southern graciousness.
What was an underappreciated historical gem became a gallery of unique art as well as a small town’s social center with one man’s vision and ingenuity.
Undaunted by prevailing decorating dictates, John and Toni Daigre’s home artfully showcases all of their years together.
Amassing a household of rich decorative finds has not affected J. C. Chargois’ habit of keeping things simple but lively
The Harwoods’ home is a genuine reflection of their lifelong pursuit of cherished collectibles in a setting worthy of housing them.
Recycling is in the spirit of this Evangeline Parish home.
After living in Texas, Marilyn and Bill Watson decided they were ready to return to Acadiana and live near family and friends. It turned out their dream home was awaiting them, too.
Having children means a different approach to the design and décor of a home. Kristie and Jacques Poirier managed to achieve that and much more.