New Orleans Homes Winter 2011
Once we hit October in New Orleans, the days might get shorter, but somehow, we manage to jam more and more events into them: Halloween parties and Thanksgiving feasts, Christmas celebrations, open houses, glittery New Year’s festivities and colorful Mardi Gras balls. In other cities, they might hibernate during winter – but not here! And […]
Under Wraps It’s no secret that “re-gifting” is considered gauche by many, but the action can be quite acceptable if properly interpreted. Stylish and sturdy, gift bags and boxes in graphic cotton fabrics with reinforced bottoms are more than just pretty packages – they’re gifts that keep on giving. Working Class Studio, 912/525-6300, www.workingclassstudio.com.
Served hot or cold, roasted tomato-basil soup makes a heartwarming meal any time of the year
When the world is too much with you, gardening is a great way to relax, and better still, there’s no need to spend a lot of money to make your backyard flourish
If you know the secrets, estate sales can be great sources of hidden treasures and fabulous bargains.
The weather outside may be frightful, but the colors inside are delightful – and will warm you right up!
In the renovated home of Ben Gauslin, cabinets are anything but an afterthought
Sweet, hot and deliciously spicy, mulled wine will warm you from the inside out
Starting almost from scratch, Nick Mayor and Jessica Bride have lovingly restored their Greek Revival home on Coliseum Square.
From simple to decadent, these desserts will be sure to impress all through the holidays
A Message from the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans… The Preservation Resource Center is now in its 37th year of preserving, restoring and revitalizing New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods. Since its founding in 1974, the PRC has preserved and restored nearly 1,400 homes in New Orleans. In the last six years alone, the […]