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Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Cottage Living, May/June 2008

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Creole Thrift

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Cottage Living, May/June 2008

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Angèle Parlange;

Cottage Living, May/June 2008

Angèle Parlange;

Cottage Living, May/June 2008

Designer Angele Parlange (a descendant of Virginie Amelie Gautreau, John Singer Sargent's infamous "Madame X") is known for incorporating her heritage into her decor. But for antique trophies, she told Southern Accents that her best sources are auctions and antique shops, not the family attic. Parlange favors off-beat awards, like the 1949 "Best Bird" presented by the English Poultry Association." - Style Court

Angèle Parlange;

Lonny, December 2010

Gamay Bistro, New Orleans (now called Louisiana Heritage Cafe) designed by Parlange with architect William Sonner

Designer Angele Parlange (a descendant of Virginie Amelie Gautreau, John Singer Sargent's infamous "Madame X") is known for incorporating her heritage into her decor. But for antique trophies, she told Southern Accents that her best sources are auctions and antique shops, not the family attic. Parlange favors off-beat awards, like the 1949 "Best Bird" presented by the English Poultry Association." - Style Court

Designer Angele Parlange (a descendant of Virginie Amelie Gautreau, John Singer Sargent's infamous "Madame X") is known for incorporating her heritage into her decor. But for antique trophies, she told Southern Accents that her best sources are auctions and antique shops, not the family attic. Parlange favors off-beat awards, like the 1949 "Best Bird" presented by the English Poultry Association." - Style Court

Game Table. Ladies poker game, perhaps?Designer Angele Parlange (a descendant of Virginie Amelie Gautreau, John Singer Sargent's infamous "Madame X") is known for incorporating her heritage into her decor. But for antique trophies, she told Southern Accents that her best sources are auctions and antique shops, not the family attic. Parlange favors off-beat awards, like the 1949 "Best Bird" presented by the English Poultry Association." - Style Court

American Academy in Rome Centenary Celebration Dinner

The Plaza, NYC, April 13, 2011

photo credit: Mary Hilliard

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One of two original pigeonniers on the Parlange Plantation, restored as a guest room.

 

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Gamay Bistro, New Orleans (now called Louisiana Heritage Cafe) designed by Parlange with architect William Sonner

A collection of amusing postcards found in New York are the muse for a sweet display.

 

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The framed pieces of wallpaper inspired an entire "Sea Foam" room at Parlange Plantation.

 

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Parlange Plantation is the oldest plantation in Louisiana, and is an example of French colonial architecture. It has lovely galleries (the porch structure encircling the home).

 

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