Traditional Home / Southern Style Now Showhouse Faves

This Sunday wrapped up Traditional Home’s first showhouse ever, so I thought I’d share some of my favorite rooms with you.  As an homage to Southern Style, this years ‘s showhouse was a 4000-square-feet Queen Anne mansion located in uptown New Orleans that displayed the works of over 20 talented designers with strong ties to the South, such as Melissa Rufty, William McLure, Paloma Contreras, Shaun Smith, Brian Patrick Flynn, James Farmer…

The entire home looked absolutely stunning but here are just a few of the rooms that particularly caught my eye:

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{The exterior-before }

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{The exterior-after}

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{Hallway and staircase (bellow) design by Melissa Rufty}

I love the beautiful architectural details on the staircase and molding, as well as the marbleized wallpaper.

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{Melissa Rufty}

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{Double-duty dining room / library design by William McLure}

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{A close-up of the dining table, packed with good reads}

One of my favorite spaces in this showhouse has got to be this upstairs bedroom designed by Paloma Contreras. Feminine, delicate and traditional with touches of modern. Very Southern Style Now.

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{Paloma Contreras}

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{Paloma Contreras}

I am absolutely obsessed with this incredibly stylish bathroom designed by Betsey Nixon Hazard. Wainscoting paired with wallpaper and the best choice of high-gloss blue paired with white and golden accents.

Café Design | Southern Style Now 2016

{Betsey Nixon Hazard}

Café Design | Southern Style Now 2016

{Betsey Nixon Hazard}

xo,

Eva

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