17,168 Lakeview New Orleans Home Design Photos

Collaborative Designworks
2 Reviews
House 563
A home located in the Lakeshore district of New Orleans. The project is a modern interpretation of historic homes of the owner's past.
ITALSOFA, a line of Natuzzi, purchased at Hurwitz-Mintz in New Orleans
“wall color, blue wall or something” — j1partlullaby
Greater DC Metro Area Appliance Wholesaler
Open to the Public
We offer full-service appliance sales, consultations, delivery and installation. We have the best and brightest showrooms with the largest selection and knowledgeable, factory-trained, salaried staff.
Baxter Interiors
16 Reviews
Reminds me of Disneyland New Orleans and like hedges that are mixed together (heights)
New Orleans style stucco
New Orleans
“Courtyard idea” — jkdykzeul
Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
New Orleans Charm with a Private Courtyard
New Orleans Charm with a Private Courtyard
New Orleans Inspired Front Porch and Private Courtyard for great outdoor living.
“Exterior” — hollisterrachel
Candace Barnes
4 Reviews
Brentwood Residence
Candace, My wife and I are building a classic home in New Orleans and like the washstand for our Guest Bedroom. I would appreciate any information you may be able to provide. Regards, Charles Goodman.
they can give you more detailed information. Here is a link to their site http://www.lefroybrooks.com/ Let me know if I can be of anymore help. New Orleans is rich with history and culture, beautiful place to build a home and life.
“French doors” — cecilpatton
PAGE | DUKE Landscape Architects
3 Reviews
Courtyard Vistas
New Orleans style
New orleans
“Garden cover” — brizeeee
Whitestone Builders
4 Reviews
Whitestone Builders - Traditional 1 1/2 Story
new orleans
New Orleans Elevation
New Orleans esque
“Brick cheek walls and brick steps?” — Miranda Bouck
Kaufman Segal Design
10 Reviews
East Lakeview Residence
New beds that are larger than mattress showing more of the base & fabric!
East Lakeview Residence
“Lighting” — nstearmancpa
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
I think it looks great. Thanks for the response. Been trying to decide between colored concrete and stained concrete for a new front patio. This helps!
the glass or cause pits.Your contractor may also take some “before” photos to record the way the elevations worked for when it’s time to install the new materials.Then it’s time to remove your concrete. If you’re simply reducing the size of your patio, the contractor will start by using a concrete cutting
“nice” — hassoun18
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