Tres Americain Living
Trés Américain living combines the French’s thoughtful designs with easy American rusticity. The home isn’t overdone, but it’s clear thought has been put into every detail. French design runs the gambit from the ornate Versailles palace to quintessential Parisian apartments. They pay great attention to textures and composition. Classic American design, on the other hand, pulls inspiration from natural elements that evoke warmth and layers. When we combine the elements of our two inspirational cultures, we get the essence of Trés Américain living. It’s seasonal-less yet timeless, simply inspired, and cozy minimalism. What always results is a warm setting that embraces a wide range of personalities.
A creative consultant who’s lived nine lives and counting in the design world spills her secrets for maximizing small spaces.
Far from ordinary, Lee’s home is filled with a unique balance of style that brings harmony into her life. Perhaps the most notable space, her kitchen. Lee’s home life revolves around the kitchen where she and her husband host intimate gatherings with friends.
What’s never really clear is how to connect the larger picture to daily habits, and more frustrating the lack of tools that simplify and effectively help manage income with spending, without leaning on credit cards.
A few selects for a cozy, lived-in home all year round.
Tips for creating an environment that is a holiday extension of your home including using cozy textures and warm tones with plenty of holiday details sprinkled in unexpected ways.
Tone on tone is a classic and timeless palette guide that can be as easily applied to our wardrobe as it can to our interior spaces.
Mixing old and new, the spacious two bedroom apartment is situated in the top two floors of an 1890 shotgun and is available for booking for festival or food-filled New Orleans getaways.