A historic New Orleans townhouse has a personalized entryway, with floor tiles spelling out Maison Hospitaliere, the name of the home. The shuttered entryway leads to a foyer that features reclaimed wood flooring.
An outdoor sitting area outside a New Orleans townhouse has color and personality thanks to this gray patio furniture set. The contemporary style serves as a modern-day counterpoint to the historic home.
This New Orleans home, built in Second Empire style, offers a beautifully restored living room, with stunning architectural details, like gorgeous medallions, arches and mantels, and meticulously restored, gleaming wood floors and high ceilings.
There’s a suggested pathway of caladiums that leads you to a classic New Orleans’ courtyard with formal elements of boxwood and Japanese yew hedges, a manicured lawn terrace and precisely spaced evergreen holly trees.
Artwork is a focal point in this Windy City game room. The owners’ collection of posters from the New Orleans jazz festival –– framed and displayed on every wall –– served as colorful inspiration for the room’s eclectic design.
Warm neutral bedding and soft textured wallpaper define this elegant master bedroom, complete with a touch of New Orleans French charm. A rustic, wooden headboard and footboard work well with the bench that houses a hidden TV.
The living room takes on a more classic feel with a subtle gray wall color, fresh white trim, and a new fireplace mantel. The mantel was custom made from reclaimed cypress wood salvaged from a New Orleans home.
An overhead view shows off the gem that is this stylish, tidy backyard. Nestled in a suburban neighborhood outside New Orleans, the yard features careful, minimalist landscape design that makes the most of the long, somewhat narrow space.
Vintage inspired accents create a boho chic look in this contemporary living room featured in a historic New Orleans home. Layers of soft, neutral tones are illuminated by natural light that floods through two floor-to-ceiling windows.
In the open breakfast room of the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse, Meredith McBrearty Interiors installed a custom-designed plaster light by Julie Neill Designs out of New Orleans. The contemporary fixture centers the dining table.
This light green and white bedroom overlooks the majestic live oaks on Esplanade Avenue in New Orleans, with features like exposed beams, a four-post bed that centers the room, and a sturdy, wooden daybed beneath the arched window.
Among the 5000 plants filling these living walls, part of the New Orleans Botanical Garden, are: Mondo grass, Mexican heather, Silverdust Dusty Miller Maritima, Compact Sprenger Asparagus Fern, Ruellia Dwarf White and a variety of annuals for pops of color.
The second floor balcony of this New Orleans home, built and restored in Second Empire style, invites guests to sit along the wrap-around deck, lined with wrought iron, and overlooking views of the live oaks growing along Esplanade Avenue.
A sleek wood desk faces two floor-to-ceiling windows and looks out to spectacular french quarter views in this contemporary New Orleans living room. A vintage inspired desk chair adds some charm fitting for this Victorian home filled with history.
Go big with a three-lantern post lamp inspired by New Orleans-style street lights. The Royal Solar Lamp Post, made by Gama Sonic and sold by retailers such as Overstock, stands 89 inches tall with a weathered bronze finish.
Elegantly restored in all white, the kitchen in this Second Empire style New Orleans home features high ceilings, and lots of light from a wall of windows and classic chandelier. Guests can dine around the large island while enjoying a comfy seat.
This New Orleans home features a magnificently restored living room, with traditional architectural details as seen on the fireplace and mantel, to the gorgeous high ceiling arches. An ornate chandelier hangs above various antique picture frames with light-colored rugs lining the hardwood floor.
The living room in this New Orleans home, built in Second Empire style, offers a floor-to-ceiling bookshelf, fireplace with mantel and a large open space with a white, comfy sofa. A light blue accent wall features three windows letting in lots of natural light.