Larkins describes the exterior as a detached neoclassical town house.
One of four outdoor seating areas.
Fig ivy covers the courtyard walls.
The foyer's elaborate staircase has alternating balusters of three different designs.
Full length curtains match the red toile pattern slipcovers in the dining room.
The patio was inspired by the romantic courtyards in the French Quarter.
The kitchen is reminiscent of staff kitchens in 1920s Southern mansions — they were generous in size, but always very simple. Countertops and island are honed Carrara marble.
A kitchen chalkboard by Ballard Designs.
In the guest bedroom, a large drum shade lamp is juxtaposed with an antique French daybed. What a contrast those small modern tables make!
The other side of the library. A Louis XVI trumeau mirror reflects the dark, moody clubbiness of the library.
Dark mahogany and walnut bedside tables.
Travertine marble tiles give the bathroom a spa-like atmosphere. The freestanding Vintage bathtub is a modern interpretation of a claw-foot tub.
Photos byThomas Loof
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