A Parisian Inspired Loft for Entertaining

Dec 22, 2016

The French influence in New Orleans is strong, real and beloved. Having founded New Orleans in 1682, the French flair remains ever-apparent even after the United States gained it 1803 and made Louisiana the 18th state of the union in 1812. And never more is this influence demonstrated than in a New Orleans loft purchased by Charlotte Bollinger who purchased it as a piece-à-terre primarily to host dinner parties as she actually lives permanently outside of the city.

With the help expertise of interior designer Lynne Uhalt, the space radiates European touches and offers comfort to guests as they dine, converse and enjoy their time in the Big Easy. Featured in House Beautiful‘s December 2016/January 2017 issue, have a look at the loft below, and learn more about the design process in an interview with the designer here.


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