Wednesday, April 6, 2011


Karina Gentinetta and A. J. McAlear lost their New Orleans home to Hurricane Katrina, but they rebuilt, raising the lot before construction of this beautiful cottage.

See more photographs and read this beautiful story in the New York Times article written by Sara Essex here.  ENJOY!


Frank Babb Randolph ~ Interior Design in Georgetown
Architectural and Interior Design in Buckhead
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designchic said...

so the french chairs!!

The enchanted home said...

Love a happy pretty and ecelctic..well done. I am so happy reading and seeing many stories like this happening in New Orleans to see the hope and faith that people have in restoring this grand dame of a city, it is so heart is an American jewel unlike any other. I have fond memories from being there both before and after.

red ticking said...

g o r g e o u s,..... going to read article now... xx

quintessence said...

Great story - love the art!!

Anonymous said...

very pretty the antiques and the art..
and I wish the home owners the best..what a wonderful comeback from such a miserable experience...

JMW said...

There's something about that old oriental rug I love - it works so well in that space.

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