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Nestled within the Highland Lakes subdivision in Thibodaux, the Schulte Family home is a stunning new construction by Paul Ledet of CLH Homes. The building process began in the summer of 2022 and was recently completed. The four bedroom, three and a half bathroom home is 4,333 living square feet, 6,262 total square footage.
The custom built, traditional style home is a mix of classic and modern elements of home design. The home is warm and inviting from exterior to interior, featuring a beautiful entrance, defined dining room, open kitchen and living space. Antique brick was used on the exterior and interior. Lauren Sonier of LS Interiors worked closely with the homeowner from the very beginning to help create the home she wanted. “I love to keep things timeless in style for comfortable daily living,” shared Lauren. “LS Interiors and CLH Homes worked hand in hand to deliver a beautiful home.”
The homeowner’s favorite feature is her dining room with the original Blue Dog Art that hangs on the wall. The artwork in the home tells a story of travels near and far and has much meaning to her, reminding her of her parents.
Stunning original LeRoy Neiman artwork also adorns the walls of her staircase at her home’s entrance. “Every selection was carefully thought out to create this inviting space,” said Lauren. “It’s a beautiful place to call home and live comfortably.”
The home features all stone countertops throughout, along with custom cabinetry and custom showers, a mix of tile, wood & brick floors, custom drapery adorning the doors and windows and woven shades for privacy and texture. The homeowner sends a special thank you to Paul Ledet of CLH Homes (@clh_ build) and Lauren Sonier of LS Interiors (@laurensonier).