This historic New Orleans townhouse impresses with its architectural features and character. A second-story balcony is supported by multiple columns, while shutters stand at the ready to protect all the windows from the elements.
This residence is in the heart of the Garden District in New Orleans. This style is very characteristic of the city with additional design features added in for a hint of surprise. Walking down the street, this residence stands out with grandeur and beauty.
Contemporary and historic collide in this gorgeous, Victorian New Orleans home. Large, vintage inspired mirrors bounce natural light around and reflect the scenery from the french quarter just outside.
The front view of this New Orleans townhouse showcases the historic dwelling's architectural features. A second-floor balcony spans the width of the home, while window shutters and dormers add character.
Recessed lights in the overhangs of this historic New Orleans townhouse light it up at night. The front exterior features columns supporting a second-story balcony and shutters for all the windows and even the entryway.
This beautiful, neutral living room is filled with large vintage pieces that complement this historic New Orleans home and achieves a fun boho-chic style. Soft neutral tones allow for striking pieces and luxurious surfaces to stand out with out overwhelming the space.
Two floor-to-ceiling windows allow plenty of natural light to pour into this stunning, contemporary living room. Soft neutral tones give the space a sophisticated look while vintage inspired accents add a touch of boho chic.
Layers of textures and colors through sofa pillows creates a cozy, feminine space in this contemporary living room. Two large pieces of artwork anchor the pretty, neutral sofa that sits against the wall. An eclectic vignette on the coffee table ties the muted colors of the room together.