Poggenpohl: Modern Sensibility & Refined Elegance in Kitchen Design

Carmen NatschkeShowroom Style

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Elegant materials, striking symmetry, and enriching visual interest are hallmarks of the Poggenpohl craftsmanship. Beautiful Poggenpohl cabinetry on display at Nordic Kitchens and Baths showroom in Metairie, LA. As long-time readers know, I adore Poggenpohl designs, and the one pictured above is one of my personal favorites – one that I spotted in London a few years ago.

Silestone: Making it Right in Post-Katrina New Orleans

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One of several homes in New Orleans’ Lower 9th ward designed by world-renowned architects participating in Brad Pitt’s “Make it Right” program. Spanish surface materials company Cosentino has provided their Silestone product for kitchen and bath counters for the homes in the Make it Right program. Happy homeowner welcoming the Blogtour New Orleans team into her home. Thanks to Make … Read More

Du Verre: Sculpted Hardware That Inspires

Carmen NatschkeSpotlight: Decor & Furniture

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Artistically designed, finished by hand and eco-friendly, Du Verre Hardware elements command attention and make a striking and unique addition to your kitchen and bath. Stunning jewelry to adorn kitchen and bath cabinets from traditional to contemporary. Thinking outside the box – love the use of this Du Verre hardware element as a decorative hook.

Inspired by New Orleans Ironwork

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GARDEN DISTRICT Garden District: Blue Lace Ironwork New Orleans. Garden District:Madonna and Child Ironwork New Orleans. Garden District: Asian Influenced Ironwork New Orleans. Garden District: Simple Ironwork New Orleans. Garden District: Ironwork at Ann Rice’s Former House New Orleans. Garden District:Ironwork Details Lafayette Cemetery New Orleans. Garden District: Rusted, intricate ironwork Gate Lafayette Cemetery New Orleans. FRENCH QUARTER WAREHOUSE/ARTS DISTRICT MAGAZINE STREET