Maison Vitry, located in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, is a creole mansion built for the free woman of color, Louise Arsene Vitry. Established in 1856, during New Orleans’ golden age, the home is an architectural gem and features 14 foot ceilings, original plaster moldings, mantles, and frescoes, a solid mahogany staircase, cast iron balconies, and marbelized base boards.
This site allows for an insider’s view of the home’s continuously evolving nature, events, decorative projects, and all the excitement that comes with living with such a home. We hope you become part of the discussions, give your opinions, help with ideas, and get to know Maison Vitry.
For a history of the home, please click here.
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