The home's first floor has most of the living spaces; the second hosts the bedrooms. And a petite top floor is made up of a large family room with a bathroom, plus extra storage. The house's front overlooks a park; the back, a pretty courtyard.
To freshen up the exterior, existing garage doors and the home's foundation were painted dark gray. Gray shutters are another layer of charm and window boxes and planters bring a pop of color and life.
This stunning Texas-based home boasts a traditional look with a French Provincial vibe. The white exterior is paired with charcoal shingles and light gray shutters, while top level windows feature wrought iron balconies to match the fence that encloses the perimeter of the yard. Detailed landscaping completes the look.
Designers brought the beachy feel to the exterior of the home by re-stuccoing the exterior and painting it a natural brown and bringing in a natural element of stone to the space. Then, they added pops of color with a gray-blue front door and gray blue shutters, then they added coral pillows to brighten the design.
Although the house is new construction, built in 2018, it meshes prettily with New Orleans' historic style. Railings are wrought-iron, outdoor lighting mimics gas lanterns, wood shutters are painted palest gray.
Shutters positioned on the lower half of the living room windows afford privacy but also keep the light flowing into this predominately neutral living room defined by a tufted gray velvet Chesterfield couch.