Extras (Secondary Menu)
Is opportunity knocking in the suburbs?
Learning the hard way about keeping up with routine home maintenance
From kitchens and workshops to wine rooms and garden sheds, organization is key
Learning the language of your home to achieve the right look
What you learn from the endless updates
Heroes or Villains?
That is the question
How far we've come
What you need to know about finance
How to spruce up a utilitarian space
The carpet comeback
Clearing out bad vibes.
Nearly 70 years ago the city and its politics were about to undergo a dramatic change
Tips from a Development Consultant
The details on door-shopping
Confessions of a department store snowman
Adjusting a space for retirement age
Beyond the sliding glass doors of a rear bedroom, my backyard offers a quiet, unused space. A corner palm offers shade, and vines meander along the surface of the fence. Other than that, it’s a blank slate. There is little…
The possibilities for outdoor storage sheds have increased tremendously in recent years. From small but functional to lavish and pricey, there are many options to explore.
Because I was born in the early 1970s, it’s difficult for me and others of my age to grasp the optimism that preceded us. We were born in the shadow of the assassinations and strife of the 1960s, grew up…
De-cluttering your home on an everyday basis can make it so much more comfortable and livable.
How to deal with unsavory smells
Solar power is catching on in New Orleans.
With an abundance of stuff and an imperative to live smaller, modern Americans are on a quest for storage and efficient living
In the renovated home of Ben Gauslin, cabinets are anything but an afterthought
Is there still hope for fun futuristic gadgets?
Baseboard, Molding and Other Finishing Touches
New Orleans is a city of old housing stock. Here are some tips to keep your house – and your family – healthy.
Five years after Katrina, where is opportunity knocking for new construction and renovation?
Adding on to your home is one of the most rewarding things you can do –– and one of the most challenging.
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