New Orleans, nicknamed as “The Big Easy” overflows with culture through its music, amazing and unique foods/bars, and its historical buildings that has welcomed many different styles throughout time. New Orleans is always lively and festive with its public partying and widely known Mardi Gras has made this place a major tourist attraction for people of all ages.  New Orleans consists of so many hidden gems, each time you visit, you’ll discover something new.

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Sandler Chair

Van Thiel & Co. Horseshoe Arm Chair-Scarecrow Barn

Miles Club Chair in Havana Burlap and Waxed Black

Wilhelmina Cocktail Table

Hubbard Side Table

The Sofie Square Side Table

Strona Table Lamp

Triversa Table Lamp

Laton Brass Sphere Floor Lamp

Splugen Brau Pendant Lamp

Chianti Pasta/Cereal Bowl

Alain Sideboard - Dark Walnut

Musicians Decorative Figurines, Set/3

BC Peace – lady's hand Picture

Pattern 40 Isola Bella Vinyl


New Orleans knows how to preserve and celebrate its rich history in all aspects. Especially, its European inspired architecture. The Parisian style exterior and interior space has never blended so beautifully with a Southern influence. The unique housing for a unique city like the creole cottages and shotgun houses dominate most of the neighborhoods in New Orleans. This gem of a place will always be a delight to both natives and visitors with all the variety it has.

Japanese-Inspired Bainbridge Island house dining room and kitchen

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Chicago Sofa Charcoal/Burnt Orange

Malvin Chandelier

Swanson Side Table, Small

Sister Coffee Table

Kileen Table Lamp

Alliyah Hand Made Apricot Tan New Zealand Blend Wool Rug

The influence of the American, European, Spanish, Haitian, and Africans has made The Big Easy truly a melting pot. One would assume with the diversity in culture, music, food, and architecture, that there would be mass confliction but not even close. Whether it’s a time of celebration or mourning, New Orleans brings the community together. The Big Easy truly knows the meaning of love and community.

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Akwetee End Table

Nikki Chu Hammered Candle Holders - Set of 3

Contemplation Lady Canvas Wall Art

Fiori Statue

Anjelica Statue


"Everything in New Orleans is a good idea. Bijou temple-type cottages and lyric cathedrals side by side. Houses and mansions, structures of wild grace. Italianate, Gothic, Romanesque, Greek Revival standing in a long line in the rain. Roman Catholic art. Sweeping front porches, turrets, cast-iron balconies, colonnades- 30-foot columns, gloriously beautiful- double pitched roofs, all the architecture of the whole wide world and it doesn’t move." – Bob Dylan, Chronicles, Vol. 1, 2004

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Bibiano Chaise Velvet Blue

Malvin Chandelier

Maia Accent Table

Zakaria Metal Candle Wall Sconce

Effie Rectangle Metal Wall Art


For a place that is nothing but humble, they know how to give it a touch of luxury and sophistication in such a way that is welcoming and home-y. Never shy on giving an interior space a big personality and character with its decor and shiny, traditional pieces along with tufted furniture and of course, a lavish chandelier. It seems that they don’t believe in the philosophy ‘less is more’ when it comes to decorating their home. New Orleans likes to keep the rich history within reach/view, if you know what I mean.

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Chicago Sofa Charcoal/Burnt Orange

Elegance Chandelier

Amelia Mirrored Glass Coffee Table

Library Globe

Darniel Ceramic Vases, S/2

Jackman Gold Arch Mirror


The Big Easy definitely has a charm to the place, whether it’s a luxurious place or a rustic, run-down joint like this. No matter how the interior space has been decorated, you can’t deny the fact the there is an abundance of history in it. It makes you imagine what it was like being in a bar in New Orleans way back when it wasn’t known to be such a tourist attraction, just seeing history write would probably do it.

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Kringle Dining Arm Chair - Rosewood with Black Leather

Iron Fish Wall Art

Primary Blocks Wall Art S/4

BC Peace – lady's hand Picture

Eve's Lake Framed Art

Mink Stole Framed Art


The historic Garden District is one of the most popular neighborhoods in New Orleans due to its tradition, opulence, and beauty in the well-preserved collection of antebellum mansions, pristine gardens and southern charm. The Garden District is considered to be one of the most loveliest neighborhoods across the country, attracting celebrities like Sandra Bullock, Anne Rice, Nicholas Cage, and more. And it's no wonder why, for the elegance of the neighborhood is truly second to none.

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Donatella Wall Mirror

Juliana Metal Wall Art Sconce


“America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” -Tennessee Williams, Author

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Small Mango Gold Candle Holder II

Ktribe Table Lamp

Contemplation Lady Canvas Wall Art

Eve's Lake Framed Art

Overlooking The Sea Hand Painted Art


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