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Chandeliers add sparkle to this St. Bernard Parish home.
Donna and Robert Taylor’s Metairie home combines dignity with leisure.
Lisa Donofrio and Brian Valzania split their time between New York and New Orleans,
but their Creole cottage in the French Quarter is second to none.
Combining antiques from around the world and around the corner
With abundant outdoor space,
Chris and Shane Guidry can take full advantage of the warmer seasons.
Lucy Mitchell’s inspired hideaway
Sam and Noelle LeBlanc’s touch of the French countryside
Ace gardening and a love for the game are on serve at this River Ridge home.
In updating their period home, Jon and Isabelle Feerick have kept authenticity in both physical structure and the spirit of Southern graciousness.
Saturday, March 24, 2012 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Junior League of New Orleans Seventh Annual Kitchen Tour is a self-guided tour of 11 beautifully appointed kitchens in the Uptown and Old Metairie neighborhoods. 1. Julia Reed & John…
There’s no time like spring to ramp up the color and bring the outdoors in
From antique beer bottles and vintage mini-bottles to absinthe memorabilia, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum has a vast array of boozy items on display
Decorator Valorie Hart energized a faded cottage by breaking all the rules
With an abundance of stuff and an imperative to live smaller, modern Americans are on a quest for storage and efficient living
12 pieces to create the perfect atmosphere
Relocated and restored on Bayou Chenal
An imaginative wine cellar is part of this Audubon area cottage.
Visions from a condo on the Avenue
Inner peace from inner spaces
Massive restoration made a grand home grander
Season’s grandeur in Metairie Club Gardens
A new addition enlivens a grand Natchitoches home
Adding the flavor of New Orleans to your personal style is a recipe for home design success
Starting almost from scratch, Nick Mayor and Jessica Bride have lovingly restored their Greek Revival home on Coliseum Square.
Amassing a household of rich decorative finds has not affected J. C. Chargois’ habit of keeping things simple but lively
For Tia Elders, life is about taking the road less traveled, and life at home is about taking risks
Fashion doesn’t have to take a backseat to function
Five historically sensitive renovations
This River Ridge home has visual surprises
This grand home is filled with antiques and memories
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