'Brothers Take New Orleans': An Ode to NOLA's Architecture

In an all-new Scott brothers competiiton, Brothers Take New Orleans, Jonathan and Drew Scott compete to restore two sides of a classic New Orleans shotgun to its former glory. Here are a few sights they caught of the majestic city in between builds. 

By: Jessica Galliart

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

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Photo By: Jackson Hill /AP Images

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Photo By: Patti Perret

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

New Orleans Architecture

Pink isn't exactly a rare color find on buildings in the French Quarter.

The French Quarter

New Orleans' infamous Bourbon Street at night. 

The French Quarter

Much of the neighborhood is in the style of historic New Orleans, down to the street signs and posts.

The French Quarter

Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans' French Quarter. 

Louis Armstrong Park

Art in the park pays homage to the city's music-centric history in the French Quarter. 

Louis Armstrong Park

This bronze cast sculpture of New Orleans native Louis Armstrong can be found in his namesake park in the French Quarter.

New Orleans Street Art

Statues like this one behind Cafe Du Monde can be spotted throughout much of the French Quarter.

St. Louis Cathedral

America's oldest cathedral can be found in New Orleans' French Quarter, just beyond Jackson Square. 

C.J.'s Antique Shop

Jonathan and Drew visit an antique shop in Ponchatoula, Louisiana to shop for their respective sides of their New Orleans rehab.

C.J.'s Antique Shop

Jonathan and Drew visit an antique shop in Ponchatoula, Louisiana to shop for their respective sides of their New Orleans rehab.

New Orleans Architecture

More of the French Quarter's bold and ornate balconies.

French Quarter Transport

Carriages line up outside Jackson Square in New Orleans' French Quarter.

New Orleans French Market

Extending from Cafe du Monde near Jackson Square to the farmers market and flea market at Barracks Street, the New Orleans French Market sits near the water's edge offering visitors a colorful experience in one of the most historical markets in the country.

New Orleans French Market

The market is home to various boutiques and cafes, as well as the regular farmers market and flea market.

New Orleans Architecture

Beautiful hanging plants adorn these ornate and classic French Quarter balconies. 

New Orleans Architecture

Black on red brick is a design staple in New Orleans' French Quarter.

New Orleans Architecture

It's not hard to find boldly painted shops and homes like these in the French Quarter.

New Orleans Architecture

More of New Orleans' beloved architecture and ornate balconies on full display.