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For those who aren’t familiar with the auction world, images of eBay or an estates sale might register. Be sure to add luxury real estate to that vision as extraordinary homes around the country are available via auction. Heritage Auctions, the largest collectibles auctioneer and third large… Read more

Need a new quarantine activity? Join us in gushing over this restored Donaldsville estate that is everything you would imagine from a classic antebellum manor. The 9,827 square foot property (and its 10.5 acres), originally designed in the Greek Revival style by Henry Howard, can be yours on… Read more

We’ve found ourselves craving a vacation this Spring and it seems like everyone agrees. Runways were stamped with flora and fauna inspired by lush islands and forests, and home décor trends leaned towards all things tropical. Paradise is certainly found in this season’s exotic and lively style.  Read more

Save the date: New Orleans Auctions Gallery is hosting an online interiors auction! On Friday, March 13, over 600 luxurious home items—with a selection of jewelry—will be auctioned starting at 10 a.m. Curious about the selection? While you can browse the catalog here, we've listed our 17 fav… Read more

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Hilary Beane, a jewelry designer from Los Angeles, has called New Orleans home for the past two years. Specializing in handcrafted jewelry, the designer is particularly passionate for pearls—Tahitian, South Sea, and specialty Freshwaters—and can create pieces in an array of metals and stones. Read more

Family traditions, religious holidays, and the sharing of meals and treats are what make December the most magical month of the year. Everything just feels all the more festive and it's easy to embrace the spirit of the season. Gathering around a table set with sparkling silver, heirloom chi… Read more

It's no secret that New Orleans loves Halloween. As the most haunted city in the country, it's no surprise that residents do their part to keep the spirit alive with incredible displays throughout the month. While most add a few pumpkins and skeletons to their lawn or porch, others take it t… Read more

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Juggling work, family, and self-care isn't for the faint of heart. Maureen Stevens, an interior designer and stylist, says she's still mastering the art. Stevens splits her time between New Orleans and Austin, and is actively working on her 150-year-old Marigny home in between client project… Read more

When artists Nancy Rhett and Garland Robinette’s daughter, Charley, went off to college, the couple decided it was time to downsize. They wanted to remain near Audubon Park, a place they consider to be their spiritual center, but they also wanted a smaller, low maintenance footprint and enou… Read more

When KiKi and Mike Nixon bought their home in 2000, they could see great potential in both the neighborhood, Treme, and the old Victorian house. Although the house, built in 1905, had been converted along the way into four apartments, glimpses of its original elegance enticed the couple to e… Read more

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Autumn is filled with festive gatherings⁠—football parties, friendsgivings, and the bountiful feast of Thanksgiving. Setting a table for family and friends is the best way to celebrate the season. Fall tablescapes inspired by a woodland palette of deep copper, burnt umber, and rich greens de… Read more

After taking a summer break in August, FAIT Nola was back in action this September with workshops and pop-ups galore. This Wednesday, the local plant design studio is hosting holistic career coach and author Emily Silva for an evening of guidance and alignment in New Orleans. Read more

It's hard to miss Textures Warehouse. Located on the corner of Ninth Street and Tchoupitoulas Street, the outside of the Uptown warehouse is bright and bold, while the inside is truly a décor lover's dream. Read more

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Martha Claire Breland learned that Judy at the Rink (2727 Prytania Street) was closing via group text with friends. Breland was taking a year off following the birth of her third child (she worked as a high school social worker) and was looking for a change. At the urging of her friends, she… Read more

In the hot New Orleans summer, we’re always looking for outdoor decorations that can stand up to the weather. As pretty as they can be, wreaths will rot in the heat, while other decorations often warp. Enter these 9 door hangers. Not only are they weatherproof, but they reflect our Nola prid… Read more

There are many ways to refresh a room. We've recommended switching around your accent pillows and adding a bowl of lemons to a kitchen table for an easy décor change. Another simple method is to bring a new foot rest into the space. Whether it's a pouf, a large ottoman, or a structured stool… Read more

Gone are the days of flimsy lawn chairs and bamboo sofas. Today, as more people want to entertain outdoors, patio furniture is becoming more elevated and durable. This is good news for those of us in New Orleans, as the tropical heat and rain can ruin even the nicest of furniture. All of the… Read more

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June 21 marks many milestones: the official start of summer, National Seashell day, and our favorite, National Stripes Day. As one of our most worn patterns, we're celebrating the big day with a proper round up of striped clothes, home items, and more! From lined dog beds and frames to decor… Read more

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Starting an art collection doesn't have to be intimidating. In fact, it can be an enjoyable experience and a way to dive deeper into your love of art. Regardless of age or familiarity with the world of galleries and fairs, starting out requires patience, research, and a budget. Martine Chais… Read more

Accent pillows are one of the easiest ways to refresh a room. New colors, textures, and shapes can completely transform the look, as well as the feeling, of a home. Soften a sturdy hallway bench with a fluffy pillow or bring new dimension to the couch with tassels, fringe, and sequins. Our b… Read more

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Margot Shaw, the founder and editor of Flower magazine, the nation's only floral lifestyle publication, knows a thing or two about blossoms and botanicals. Since 2007, she has cultivated a loyal following of readers who share her passion for all things floral. Margot's steadfast belief that … Read more

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Take a bite out of summer’s most delicious trend; fruit prints and patterns are popping up on everything from fashion to home decor to tabletop and accessories. Playful citrus, berry and cherry motifs are a zesty sweet take on nature’s warm-weather bounty. Designers are peachy keen for all t… Read more

With spring comes the natural desire to feather your nest. It's the perfect time to refresh your decor, update your style and give your home an energy boost. Small changes have a big impact when planned strategically. For an instant makeover, refresh your bed linens and bathroom accessories.… Read more

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The runways and home decor worlds are abuzz with high-flying winged creatures. Butterflies, with their bursts of color and delicate details, are uber feminine, fresh, and lighthearted. Whether pattern or silhouette, butterflies are free and our hearts are a flutter. Read more

A well-appointed bar can be one of the most beautiful spots in your home. In addition to housing the hooch, a built-in bar or bar cart is the perfect place to raise a glass to personal style. A martini shaker, good corkscrew, and a variety of alcohol and mixers are basics. Colorful coasters,… Read more

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When selecting items for your wedding registry, you'll be advised to be practical. Dishware, cutlery, and pots and pans are all traditional choices that will serve your home and family well over the years. But classic doesn't need to be boring! Skip the boring glasses for goblets in every sh… Read more

A dynamic pattern delivers bold drama to any table setting. Statement china, whether modern and spare or traditional and luxe, epitomizes sophisticated elegance. With hand-painted details, gilded edges, and saturated hues, these striking choices are perfect for the confident bride with a sty… Read more

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When Susu and Andrew Stall purchased their Italianate style house in the Garden District twelve years ago, their friends and family thought they were crazy. As Susu explains, "all we had inspected was the structure; we knew everything and I mean everything else had to be updated." But someti… Read more

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Beatriz Ball, New Orleans designer and owner of the award-winning pewterware tabletop and home accessories company that bears her name, started her business in 1991 in the outskirts of Mexico City. Her innovative designs, handmade by skilled artisans in an especially lustrous alloy of mixed … Read more