This new construction home takes luxury to a whole new level, with a 10,780-square-foot floor plan, six bedrooms, eight baths, an open kitchen, spacious garage and a private pool and spa area. The panoramic views aren't too shabby, either.
This new-construction home is just as beautiful at night, with landscape lights showcasing its crisp white exterior and simple yet sophisticated style. A gravel path curves around the lush front lawn and shows visitors where to park their cars.
An antique vanity with original hand-painted tiles creates adds a sense of history to a bathroom in a new-construction bungalow home. The lines of the vanity are mimicked in the mirror for a well-considered look.
One of the last designed by renowned architect Rick Moisan, this custom-built French Normandy home boasts six bedrooms and eight full bathrooms. Featuring a close attention to detail and materials rarely found in newer construction, the home oozes sophistication and elegance.
Craftsman-style trim and custom millwork lends a well-established look in the kitchen of a new-construction home. Designer Jamie House selected a soft mint color for the cabinetry to add depth to this bright, light space and chose over-scale pendant lights to balance the scale of the large island.
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.
Designer Leslie Hildebrand created a family-friendly master bedroom bathed in European elegance. Hildebrand infused Old World charm into the new construction through the use of casual linen bedding, a soothing color palette and well-appointed furnishings.
Tall wainscoting provides a Craftsman touch with a vintage look to a dining room in a new-construction home. French country furnishings add to the comfortable, time-worn look, while a contemporary light fixture balances the overall look.
The lackluster kitchen of a new construction home is reinvented as a high-design masterpiece. The biggest splurge is the storage-packed kitchen island, which is made of welded steel and silvered alder wood topped with a concrete work surface.
Nicole used a new dining set and a salvaged antique dresser when decorating the dining room. Plus, she salvaged old windows from a construction site and turned them into unique frames for family photos.
Many new-construction homes feature tray ceilings, a feature which many homeowners are stumped as to how to highlight. In this bedroom, the walls were painted with a wet-look effect, as well as a slight change in color from the walls to the ceiling.