French Quarter Garden Inspiration
All week long we venture out into our neighborhoods in New Orleans looking for the next thing to inspire our garden designs. Sometimes we have to take a look for above to capture the true beauty of our surroundings.
The Beauregard-Keyes House is a historic residence located at 1113 Chartres Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. Currently, a museum focusing on some it's residents of the house, General Beauregard, and author Frances Parkinson Keyes.
St. Louis Cathedral
Today, we found this photo inspiring from 250 feet above the Orleans Avenue from behind the St. Louis Cathedral. Our DJI Mavic Pro allows us to find some great photo opportunities.
St. Anthony's Garden
Designed by French engineer de Pauger in 1721, the garden has remained a fixture in New Orleans. In its early form, it was used to grow vegetables and today is a secluded garden that is hiding amongst the towers buildings of the French Quarter.
Lush Balcony Gardens
We are privileged to live in a city with so more character and design influences. As we stroll along the Royal Street in the French Quarter, we stand in awe of their beauty.
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