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A Tres Bien Transformation: One of Baton Rouge’s oldest yoga centers gets a modern makeover

Nestled amongst a slew of popular local restaurants underneath the Perkins Road overpass, resides a once modest, yet newly transformed yoga studio. For… more »


Baton Rouge’s Best Kept Secret: Jeff Woosley of Interiors

The past few years have been quite busy for Baton Rouge based interior decorator, Jeff Woosley. Along with garnering a windfall of regional… more »


Louisiana Flavors: Reviving a building in Eunice

In the historic downtown main street of Eunice, a couple purchased a two-story brick circa 1910 department store and transformed it into a… more »


Old World Influences: Inspired designer rejuvenates a century-old residence

A few miles from downtown Covington, Dr. Scott St. Romain and his wife Cindy purchased a house that had been damaged by hurricane… more »


In Full Bloom: Historic Natchez is ablaze with color

The oldest settlement on the Mississippi River founded in 1716, Natchez is a wonderful town to visit during the spring months, when gardens… more »

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The Best Quality Furniture Stores in Los Angeles

We believe it’s better to choose among the items and materials rather than furniture stores in Los Angeles. For that reason we’ve narrowed… more »

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The Patina of Personality

At the home of Betty Whitt in Baton Rouge’s Old Goodwood neighborhood, all of the furnishings and art have that rare cohesion of… more »

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Romantic Rooms

In honor of Saint Valentine, Louisiana Homes and Gardens takes a look at some sexy, sultry, romantic rooms. When I started looking for… more »

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Footprints of the Past: St. Francisville’s Afton Villa Gardens

It is the kind of place where you would walk in a dream—if your dreams are very good—gardens worthy of the gods carpeted… more »

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It’s A Baton Rouge Thing: An artist revives a historic cottage in Baton Rouge’s Garden District

Helen Bolin remembers as a child growing up in the Southdowns area of Baton Rouge always wanting to live in the Garden District… more »

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Beauty for a Cause: Hospice of Baton Rouge pools talent for Decorator Show Home

“Every designer kicked it up a notch,” says Linda MacMorran, designer liaison for the Hospice of Baton Rouge’s Show Home. “I always think… more »

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Design by Random: Collecting Louisiana Material Culture

Synchronicity is a term Carl Jung used for a meaningful coincidence that has a low probability of being a random event. Paul Fitch… more »

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Franklin Speaking: The Grevemberg House

As much as Louisiana’s heritage stems from French settlement, there is a significant influence from families of British decent. A sizeable enclave of… more »

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From Lakeview to Lakewood: Surviving in Style

Janet and Allan Molero were pleased when their Lakeview cottage was covered in the press a few years ago. It was finally complete,… more »

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Elegance in Uptown

Quinn Peeper is one of the city’s celebrated citizens. His accomplishments include success as a physician and as a concert pianist. Peeper will… more »