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Post-Hurricane Katrina revival created new opportunities
The Harwoods’ home is a genuine reflection of their lifelong pursuit of
cherished collectibles in a setting worthy of housing them.
That’s why they call it “The Garden District”
This Plaquemines Parish home goes global.
Artist Miranda Lake’s Home
Chris and MaryBeth Guarisco’s house of art
Recycling is in the spirit of this Evangeline Parish home.
Trendsetting at the LeGardeur home in the Garden District
Pirates once roamed in the area of this Lake Charles mansion.
New dazzle for an Old Metairie 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.
Lighter shades of pale take center stage in Kimberly and Clint Szubinski’s happy family home.
In the previous issue of New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles, we published the first installment of our third annual Renaissance Awards in collaboration with the Preservation Resource Center, honoring those who have added vitality and breathed new life into buildings…
saturday, april 16, 2011
How to build a modern shotgun home into a narrow lot
Union troops and a Louisiana governor have been a part of this Pointe Coupee Parish home’s past.
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.
Where Tennessee Williams spent his last New Orleans years
New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles is once again proud to showcase the Jr. League of New Orleans annual Kitchen Tour. This annual event draws thousands to view various kitchens in and around New Orleans.To advertise your business in the Spring…
Hurricane Katrina created a chance to redo this Broadmoor home.
This Shreveport home was a long time coming but worth the wait.
John Wade’s PRC “Holiday Home”
For its photographer and musician owners, this Bywater home has the right ingredients
The location has changed, but the history still lives in this Baton Rouge Creole plantation home.
Saturday and Sunday December 11 & 12, 2010
Developer Kendall Winingder turns a run-down storage facility into a refined urban town house.
New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles and the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans honor six renovations — three homes and three businesses — that celebrate the new while respecting the old.
This new Metairie home borrows from the past.
Learning from Southern Living’s 2010 Idea House
New life for a Marigny Creole cottage