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New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles - Summer 2014
This year spring came late to South Louisiana; we had temperatures in the 60s well into April, and a late freeze or two played havoc with crawfish. That hasn’t stopped the zucchini, which I am starting to believe will survive…
New Orleans is blessed with many months of nice weather, and New Orleanians absolutely love their outdoor spaces. Most homes have a porch, front or back, or a patio in a yard or courtyard. Pools are perfect for the long…
Steve and Ellen Frischhertz celebrate the good life in their stylish yet comfortable home along City Park Avenue.
These versatile plants are low-maintenance and lovely.
Enhancing your space for the summer months
Tips from a Development Consultant
Artist Ellen Macomber infuses an easygoing sensibility into map-inspired art.
A brief history and lessons on maintenance
Tips for Rose Gardeners
Forget the bread – let lettuce wrap up this summertime sandwich.
David Halliday is a master of still photography. He is known for his captivating portraiture, his still-lifes of exquisite ripened fruit (some with sexual undertones), his ethereal landscapes and his anthropological renderings of ordinary objects. But within the serene stillness…
Curve Appeal Admired throughout the world for his designs that exude “Elegance with an Edge,” luxury furniture designer, Christopher Guy channels his inner-Chanel in the “Mademoiselle” collection. He recently introduced more than 100 new products to the celebrated collection like…
My spring cleaning was different than I imagined. For months I’d made sure not to schedule anything the weekend after Jazz Fast. I had every intention of donating clothing I hadn’t worn in a few years, re-arranging some artwork, planting…