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A Rich Family Legacy Where Classic Meets Contemporary

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 can be said for the way we design our homes; we keep heirlooms close and …

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Naturally Elegant

A quiet street near bustling Southeastern Louisiana University is one of the most sought-after addresses in Tangipahoa Parish. The homes in this neighborhood are anything but uniform, making it a natural fit for this Louisiana-inspired custom home. A low, bricked porch with reclaimed wood columns invites you up to the restored antique entry doors. Tall …

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America’s Most Desperate Kitchen

WHERE DO YOU START when deciding to upgrade your old, dingy and outdated kitchen? Thousands of homeowners around the country begin by submitting videos to HGTV’s latest television show, “America’s Most Desperate Kitchens,” starring cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino. The homeowners were lucky enough to be chosen from thousands of submissions for participation in …

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Kitchen Living

IN THE SOUTH, we live in the kitchen. Family and friends gather for food, drinks and good conversation as a way of life that is relaxed, casual and fulfilling. David and Hope Richard had their Covington home built around that premise, creating a space that invites their guests to sit back and enjoy the warmth …

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Coastal Cottage

A Coastal Retreat in the Heart WHEN YOU ARRIVE at the Upton’s home nestled between tall pines in the heavily wooded Tchefuncta Country Club, you know this house would be just as well suited on a vast expanse of beach overlooking the sunset. The Upton’s home design resulted from a family trip to Jumby Bay …

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