Exterior Colors: Columns and stucco are painted in Sherwin Williams “Pearly White”. The brick is manufactured by Cherokee, called Old Orleans. Mortar is Ivory Buff. Paint Color: Front Door and shutters are painted in “Sherwin Williams Keystone Grey”.
Louisiana French style, with raised stone or brick basement to protect from floods, balconies with lacey ironwork, and hip roof with two chimneys; white stucco walls are also common - style originated in New Orleans
Parlange Plantation, New Roads, Louisiana. Built about 1750 in southeastern Louisiana, it is a classic example of a large French Colonial plantation house in the U. exemplifying the style of the semitropical Louisiana country house.