Interiors and Design
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  The
 clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs
 for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room 
where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons 
without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With
 this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be 
expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up 
with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over 
flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers
 also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music 
room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space 
concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third 
floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the 
neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the 
bayou St. John, along which the site is located.   ​

The clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the bayou St. John, along which the site is located.

  The
 clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs
 for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room 
where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons 
without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With
 this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be 
expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up 
with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over 
flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers
 also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music 
room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space 
concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third 
floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the 
neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the 
bayou St. John, along which the site is located.

The clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the bayou St. John, along which the site is located.

The clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the bayou St. John, along which the site is located.

The clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the bayou St. John, along which the site is located.

  The
 clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs
 for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room 
where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons 
without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With
 this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be 
expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up 
with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over 
flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers
 also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music 
room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space 
concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third 
floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the 
neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the 
bayou St. John, along which the site is located.   ​
  The
 clients came to Lee Ledbetter & Associates with very specific needs
 for this interesting site. The wife, a music teacher,wanted a room 
where she could have students come and go to the house for lessons 
without having to come into the more private threshold of the home. With
 this in mind, she also wanted for the music room to be able to be 
expanded during times of recitals. The design team was able to come up 
with a scheme that placed the music room in a way that it could over 
flow into the dining room and living room during recitals. The designers
 also gave the client a half bath and coat closet adjacent to the music 
room for her students. The husband wanted to have an office space 
concealed away from the rest of the home, which was placed in a third 
floor “tower” that did not obstruct the architecture of the 
neighborhood. The design team also wanted to maximize the views of the 
bayou St. John, along which the site is located.