The idea of an outdoor living space has evolved from the humble patio of yesteryear—think simple concrete pads with aluminum camp chairs and ice chests surrounding a folding charcoal pit—to today’s elaborate and expansive areas that contain cooking, dining and...
Landscape Design & Your Personal Style
Home Feature: A Constructive Labor Of Love
Comfort & Joy – Home Decor for the Holidays
In the Clouds – Streamlined Style
Home Feature: La Grande Dame
Peaceful Sanctuary. Personal Style.
Northshore Lending Group: Helping Pave the Path to Home Ownership
A Private Haven With Exquisite Spaces
Fulfilling Changes Through A Thoughtful Redesign
Planning for Your Spring Garden
A Rich Family Legacy Where Classic Meets Contemporary
How Does Your Winter Garden Grow?
Tradition Reimagined: Bringing the Past Into the Present
An “Out of the Box” Holiday
A Welcome Home For All
Wrap It Up!
Suburban Location. Urban Thinking
Gather Tablescapes For All
Bringing Nature’s Bounty to the Table
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Surrounded By Memories
Corner of the World
A Timeless Retreat
Design Update: Greige Home Interiors
Rejuvenate- for the Love of Chalk Paint
A Place of Comfort
Come on in . . .
America’s Most Desperate Kitchen
Every great landscape, no matter how large or small, starts with a plan, an idea, a fusion between your personality and the style of your home. Whether your tastes are formal or naturalistic, utilize a straight-forward planning process to formulate...
When Chad and Shana Roig say they built their four-bedroom, three-bathroom house boasting 7,000 total square feet, they mean they built their new Del Oaks residence in Madisonville. From the pouring of the slab in March 2018 to their move-in...
Whether you’re celebrating an oh-so-holy night, rockin’ around the Christmas tree, or lighting candles for a Happy Hanukkah or Joyous Kwanzaa, decorations can play in important role in symbolizing the meaning of the holidays. And, of course, they brighten our...
“Every morning I wake up and open the drapes, and I’m just so grateful for this incredible life.” This statement wraps up homeowner Jennifer Pacione’s outlook on her life, her work—and especially the home she shares with her nine-year-old daughter...
The neighborhood of the Faubourg Marigny has been a well-kept secret for decades in New Orleans. Properties here rarely change hands, and when they do, they’re gobbled up by a real estate market that is hungry for easy parking and...
It is often said that our homes should be our sanctuaries, and for Covington designer Patti Brondum and her husband Doug, it could not be more true. On a tree-shaded area of land on the north side of town, they...
IN 2006, AFTER graduating college at Nicholls State University and working in customer service at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Crystal Reese was hired into her first position in the mortgage industry with HSBC bank. Times were tough in the mortgage industry between...
TUCKED INTO A quiet place just north of downtown Covington sits a seven-acre haven where the Wischan family has lived for twelve years. Years ago, during a property search, Sydel Wischan accidentally printed the wrong listing and ended up on...
AS AN INTERIOR designer, I often emphasize the fact that there are two words related to my field: design and decorating. I’m known to say “There are two words because they are two distinct things.” Here, in this delightful project...
WRITTEN BY SUSIE ANDRES, ST. TAMMANY MASTER GARDENER ASSOCIATION EACH SPRING MANY of us turn our thoughts to gardening. As trees and shrubs send out new growth and we drive by local nurseries that are full of bright, colorful bedding...
IN THE SOUTH, few things trump family history. We spend our weekends rooting for the family’s favorite teams, we vacation in the same places year after year, and our closest friendships often go back a generation or two. The same...