Wednesday, September 10, 2008
This is a very belated followup to the Garconnière postings earlier in the year but it's well worth the wait. As regular readers will remember, we were focusing on the Garconnière at Houmas House in Darrow, Louisiana, with exclusive new photos by Bill Alger from Houmas. Here is the second garconierre on the property, built at roughly the same time as the other in the mid-1800s, but which was being used as a garden tool shed until the entire property was bought in 2003. This one has very wisely been turned into a bar and I must say looks just the ticket.
Posted by alex johnson at 1:31 PM