Tuesday, August 14, 2012

New Orleans Color!

Sun Oak a restored Creole cottage in Faubourg Marigany. Built in 1836, it retains the spirit of the past in its period color scheme--French red, putty, indigo and Egyptian blue--as well as in its mahogany pine floors, winding staircases and early Louisiana antiques. This property is a short walk to the French Quarter.

New Orleans is a very colorful city, quite literally. The Creole's were not afraid of color and painted there homes in a profusion of color combinations one might not see in other parts of the US! The colors displayed here for you are colors that people use in their homes, on there homes, and can be found in nature.


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