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A refined bachelor's apartment in New Orleans

Loving this apartment in the New Orleans French Quarter designed by Ty Larkins, perfect for a young bachelor lawyer who happens to be a traditionalist. The client initially asked us to decorate his apartment with antiques and pieces with history. Luckily, we convinced the client he needed to mix in modern furnishings and artwork into the overall design because we believe there is nothing more staid than an old house filled exclusively with old furniture. The resulting environment is traditional space designed with a modern sensibility where French antiques are mixed with just the right dose of modern pieces coupled with a decidedly masculine color palette creating bold contrast and interest. 

Reader Comments (3)

A c'me oooooon, why is this "Wednesday's zebras under furniture" again?! Yuck.
25 Oct 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAnke
Nice place. I bet he won't be a "bachelor" for long.
25 Oct 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJared Hayden
Agree about the zebra. Better to do an all over pattern rug with light ground.
There's something off about the living room. Why do those bulky brown chairs cover the fireplace?
Uneven chairs heights feel disjointed . And in the grey room too confrontational.
Don't get the seating arrangements.
26 Oct 2017 | Unregistered Commenterb

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