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Bockman + Forbes Design
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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 and deep. As tax revenues fell because of all of these narrow houses, the tax man started to levy taxes on the number of rooms, with hallways and
“Pool house idea” — pirozek
Pink Door
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that doesn't look weird or like Halloween," she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favorite front door she had seen in New Orleans. "I loved it immediately," Frances says. Frances ended up favoring the aluminum siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is
that doesn't look weird or like Halloween," she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favorite front door she had seen in New Orleans. "I loved it immediately," Frances says. Frances ended up favoring the aluminum siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is
that doesn’t look weird or like Halloween,” she says. It was her assistant who suggested pink, inspired by a favourite front door she had seen in New Orleans. “I loved it immediately,” Frances says. Frances ended up favouring the aluminium siding because of how easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is
“red door with blue!” — michaelgans
Susie Harris
Susie Harris
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found it years ago in New Orleans. It is an old wooden horse from the first carousel down in New Orleans. It looks to have been hand carved. We love this piece."
Susie Harris' love this horse for its look and it's history - it is a wooden horse from the first carousel in New Orleans. How cool!
old carousel horse could be just the dose of fun that your home needs. The owner of this beautiful carousel horse found it at a thrift store in New Orleans (read the story here).
“Quirky Storage!” — J B
Valorie Hart
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New Orleans LIving Room
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Ed Smith is the artist of the fabulous painting over the daybed. He is represented at The Soren Christensen Gallery in New Orleans (www.sorengallery.com). xo xo
thing that makes New Orleans style unique is that "women in New Orleans spend more money on their houses than on their wardrobes," says Valorie Hart interior decorator, blogger and soon-to-be author (look for her book on interior design in 2013). A trend on the rise in New Orleans: "adding color and
“Light rug, white walls, colors” — cbrodriguez
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Mardi Gras Decor
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The biggest misconception about New Orleans, Hart says, is "that it is all antebellum style or the Mardi Gras and jazz and bordello look. Design is very sophisticated in New Orleans, even more so in the continuing rebuilding process after Hurricane Katrina."That said, homes certainly transform dramatically
your collections of bead necklaces, krewe cups and doubloons, as krewe members toss them into the crowds (these items are called throws). While New Orleans is the best-known spot for celebrating, cities all over Louisiana have their own Mardi Gras parades, as do cities in other states, including Alabama
“I like the long windows. I like the glass above the door - would add the house number there.” — carolinevdunn2
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
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My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Hi brandfass, The chandelier is by Julie Neill - a local New Orleans designer! Here is a link to her website with more pictures and information! (http://www.julieneill.com/) Corynne
New Orleans house dining room; chandeliers, carpet, pocket door
New Orleans style is fun (but not sure if it would work for our house)
Chandelier. Julie Neil new orleans
DINING New Orleans house dining room; chandeliers, carpet, pocket door
Chandelier link (new Orleans artist) Michaelopoulos artwork
“Beautiful. Remember to put Christmas tree globes in the punch bowl at Christmas.” — dolphindancer30
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
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My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
colors; modern mixed with old; eclectic New Orleans house
nice classic colonial feel - old and new
Eclectic New Orleans
“baseboard molding” — rachellesoles
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
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My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Hi smanke! The light is by Julie Neill, a local New Orleans designer. Here is a link to her website with more details! http://www.julieneill.com/ Hope this helps! Corynne
Time for a little New Orleans Blend and some beignets.
3. Add some artworkA brightly coloured or artistically brilliant artwork can become a new focal point in your kitchen, and that can be enough to breathe new life into a drab space.
“color - texture” — karenshorn
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