1,758 new orlean Contemporary Home Office Design Photos

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Ehrhardt Residence
Ideabooks67
Questions0
new orleans
“Pila di libri” — sara gilioli
Delta Cabinets of New Orleans
3 Reviews
Delta Cabinet of New Orleans Custom Kitchens
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Delta Cabinet of New Orleans Custom Kitchens
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Delta Cabinets of New Orleans
new orleans
“Iuyt” — kb0661322558
Oivanki Photography
POSH - New Orleans Condo #1
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POSH - New Orleans Condo #1
new orleans
“chair” — audenendo
bild DESIGN
Walnut
Ideabooks13
Questions0
new orleans
“Kitchen door” — bardawilnicole
Linder Baptie Architects
New Orleans House
Ideabooks5
Questions0
This almost finished New Orleans house is a renovated duplex. The original house dates from the 1940's and was a single unit over a car/utility lower-level. Over time the lower level was converted to an apartment. The renovation keeps the apartment under the Owners unit. The entire building was gutted
upper level unit is the architect's house, the lower level is a rental. The upper unit is 2200 sf. and has 2 bedrooms and 2 office/studio spaces. The new construction reconfigured the roof, adding a single slope that starts low in the front and rises to make a 3rd story at the back. The third story is
Linder Baptie Architects
New Orleans House
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This almost finished New Orleans house is a renovated duplex. The original house dates from the 1940's and was a single unit over a car/utility lower-level. Over time the lower level was converted to an apartment. The renovation keeps the apartment under the Owners unit. The entire building was gutted
upper level unit is the architect's house, the lower level is a rental. The upper unit is 2200 sf. and has 2 bedrooms and 2 office/studio spaces. The new construction reconfigured the roof, adding a single slope that starts low in the front and rises to make a 3rd story at the back. The third story is
Linder Baptie Architects
New Orleans House
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This almost finished New Orleans house is a renovated duplex. The original house dates from the 1940's and was a single unit over a car/utility lower-level. Over time the lower level was converted to an apartment. The renovation keeps the apartment under the Owners unit. The entire building was gutted
upper level unit is the architect's house, the lower level is a rental. The upper unit is 2200 sf. and has 2 bedrooms and 2 office/studio spaces. The new construction reconfigured the roof, adding a single slope that starts low in the front and rises to make a 3rd story at the back. The third story is
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Lofty Office
Ideabooks2,427
Questions1
My new office
“Brick wall and curtains.” — C Bloom
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