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Bockman + Forbes Design
Want to see some,old,southern, plantation, homes
decor of exterior of typical shotgun house
I still love the Old New Orleans houses.
The shotgun house in New Orleans can trace its roots directly to tax policy. First, taxes were levied on street frontage, so the houses were kept narrow
love new orleans homes...New orleans...New Orleans Shotgun House...school new Orleans...new orleans stele...So New Orleans...Love the New Orleans cottages
“Fence/gate in front of house” — awilkinson7
DvL Custom Concepts
3 Reviews
1-15 East Bay Boulevard
New Orleans French quarters in Houston. Love it.
Caps above windows Round post & decorative railing A little color
It reminds. Me of a new Orleans style home
new orleans...new orleans
“COLOR” — cpetit
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
do you know where I could get the blue prints for this home? its beautiful.
My dream Home...it's even in New Orleans, my favorite city (The French Quarter of course)
Italianate Italianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal
Sookie's new house needs a sturdy fence and gate to help keep out the undesirables. Perhaps if she moves on to the closest big city, New Orleans, she'll
those of you who are lucky enough to have visited the Garden District in New Orleans, the first kind of house that may come to mind may be an Italianate Victorian
that became possible with new construction technology of the time. Other common features include large porches with decorative eaves, paired arched windows
New Orleans style! Totally this!
“how bout this house Chris?” — Mark Popson
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Baxter Interiors
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The 3 headed fountain…..i.e. what saw at The Grove festival of homes to get enough
new orleans...new orleans style...New Orleans style balcony...New Orleans color!...Dream home
“the rustic look and french build of the home” — Heather Clements
Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
Shotgun Style
From New Orleans. The house is a long series of rooms one following the next from front to back.The saying is based on the idea that if you stand in
allowed air to flow through the house easily. It's very hot and humid in New Orleans. Years ago it's how they stayed cool. If you call it cool...lol. You can
walk through these without having to duck! My grandparents had a similar home when I was young. I grew up there and summers are very steamy!
front porch warm and inviting clean look with a New Orleans touch
any inspiration you can draw from this New Orleans house would be great!
collaboration with the Oregon Home Builders Association and Earth Advantage Institute, concluded that constructing smaller homes is among the best ways to
Is this home located in New Orleans?...Yes, it is in New Orleans...New Orleans design for Sea Dunes
“lighting” — leighmac
Jefferson Door Co.
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Supplied By Jefferson Door
stamped iron railing panels, New Orleans style!
New Orleans...new orleans...new orleans style...Size of home...clean simple new orleaNS FLAIR
“blue shudders, brown door, latern” — lynntcody
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
New Orleans Residenz, Carport mit schönen Säulen, darüber Terrasse mit schlichten
Own home...New Orleans here I come...Gorgeous New Orleans estate...New Orleans Estate...New Orleans LA...New Orleans Estate
“Landscape front walkways and beds” — susand_333
TO THE MIL excellence in construction
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Bronte Freestanding Terrace
… to elaborateMany a city terrace features far more intricate and decorative wrought-iron work with curving and flowing interlocking patterns that gussy
feel welcomeLetting your kids know the door is always open for them to come home may seem obvious, but do it anyway. It’s always nice to hear that your mum
there for you during tough times, or even just when they’re in need of a home-cooked meal and a hug.
the most affluent suburbs in Australia, you will notice that many of these homes take on this use of a single colour. Their fences, walls, fenestration, etc
“Balcony” — rwbunn
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