The loving renovation of this 1860’s cottage in the Bayou St. John neighborhood of New Orleans consisted of an addition to the rear of the house for a new primary suite and mudroom as well as the full renovation of the existing baths, laundry room, and main living areas. Designing a home that felt untouched by time but functions well for a modern family resulted in a respite full of dreamy and relaxed spaces meant to support and inspire the creatives that live there. A soft and layered color palette, vintage inspired baths, painted wood floors, and a downright cheerful personality makes this sweet home perfectly charming, leaving us lost in reverie.
I am smitten with this vintage vibin’ home. Charming it absolutely is. The gingham in the living room paired with stripes and florals is soooo pretty. And the curtains in the bathroom partitioning that stunning tiled bath/shower area – the drama! Designed by Logan Killen Interiors. (Architect: Zangara + Partners; Contractor: Entablature Design Build; Photographer: Jacqueline Marque)