At Home in New Orleans with Jane Scott Hodges

As the founder and owner of Leontine Linens, Jane Scott Hodges is credited with reviving the art of couture linens for everyday use. With a contemporary spin on timeless traditions, her custom linens and bespoke monograms pair luxury with real life. And nowhere is this lifestyle more evident than in Jane Scott’s own stylish home. Please join Susanna and me for a trip to New Orleans, where Jane Scott has transformed her 19th century Greek Revival house into a color and art-filled family home that enthusiastically expresses her contagious joie de vivre!

Not only does Jane Scott’s company espouse updating tradition with bold scale and color, but she walks the walk in her own home. With the help of friend, designer Gwen Driscoll, Jane Scott has infused a serious dose of fun and creativity into her traditional New Orleans side-hall house.

Jane Scott Hodges at her New Orleans home-1

A daring mix of paint and paper results in a happy home that is as equally suited to family living with two teenage children and two large wirehaired pointing griffons, as it is to Jane Scott and husband Philip’s frequent entertaining. From her luscious lacquered living room

Jane Scott Hodges New Orleans living room-1

to pattern-filled study,

Jane Scott Hodges' New Orleans study-1

to charming powder room, the house is proof that living with what you love makes for artful and authentic interiors.

Jane Scott Hodges powder room-1Leontine Linens grace the tables, beds and baths of the most beautiful homes around the country and afar. Working with the best of today’s interior designers and architects, Jane Scott has helped to create bespoke visions featured in the pages of countless publications, showhouses and events. You may remember her beautiful linens in Ken Fulk’s

Ken Fulk table setting 2017 Kips Bay Show Houseand Alex Papachristidis’ stunning  Kips Bay Rooms.

Leontine Linens in Alex Papachristidis Kips Bay dining room-1

To get a taste of Jane Scott’s ebullient entertaining style, take a peek at a welcome party she recently hosted for Ken Fulk who was breezing through the Big Easy, as chronicled in the October House Beautiful.

Jane Scott Hodges, photo by Paul Costello for House Beautiful-1photo by Paul Costello

And for everything you ever wanted to know about living and entertaining with fine linens, there is Jane Scott Hodges’ book Linens: For Every Room and Every Occasion.

Jane Scott Hodges Linens book

Thank you Jane Scott, we are thrilled to share your vivacious style and amazing New Orleans home!

Jane Scott Hodges and Susanna Salk

all photos by Stacey Bewkes for Quintessence unless otherwise noted


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10 Responses to At Home in New Orleans with Jane Scott Hodges

  1. Cannot get over Jane Scott Hodges’s home! So beautiful. Love the bold colors.

    Combining the Schumacher print with the KWID wallpaper was a risky choice…and it’s amazing.

  2. Heaven. And then some. Thank you. xoxo Mary

  3. Bernadette Murray says:

    LOVE the original guillotine windows leading out to the garden. Quintessential New Orleans architecture.

  4. AL Spok says:

    Beautiful Home & Beautiful Book !!

  5. Jeanie says:

    I am remiss in telling you all how much I enjoy(and have for years) your blog and most especially your video tours. I dine on every photo and word and house tour and designer you share with us!! It’s truly beautiful and inspiring! Thank you!
    Jeanie

  6. Jane’s home is Fabulous!! Absolutely love every single thing.
    I love your videos, but always want them to be longer! xxojoan

  7. Conchita Boggs says:

    Beautiful! Running out today to buy book and order her charming linens! Thank you Quintessence for sharing with us.

  8. Addison says:

    What a wonderful decor! Amazing home!

  9. Robbieboys says:

    Just perfect. Lovely back and forth Susanna. And yes, we do settle into what we like as we get older! #nopermissionneeded. Linens for Every Occasion book will be on my bookshelf before you know it – timely for me. Thank you ladies!

  10. Linda A. ort says:

    Love this house and what brings it all together…the unexpected! Beautiful. Jane & Susanna, thank you.
    Linda

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