New Orleans Interior Design
We've mapped the best New Orleans stores for interior design services, furniture, accessories, lighting, and more.
Abodes ranging from a former jail to a 171-square-foot tiny house
Built of brick and glass, this contemporary lakefront home is an art collector’s dream.
The stylish hotspot reopened in March with an emphasis on art
It features homes in shipping containers, a grain silo, and a former jail.
New Inn & Suite to accommodate NOLA rising tourism
Twins Jonathan and Drew Scott—aka the Property Brothers, stars of the eponymous Canadian series that airs stateside on HGTV—are in town filming a four-episode Property Brothers spin-off, Brothers Take New Orleans, according to an HGTV press release.
Jamie and Stephen's Mid-City home is stylish, but it's filled with beloved art, objects, and memories. From decor and gifts from friends, to being the location for fun parties and big milestones, the couple is very attached to this home. Take a look.
LGD resident Paul Burgess always wanted to make the best out of his space: whether it was his childhood bedroom, dorm room, or his car. It makes since that Burgess has turned his just-under-square-foot rental into a elegant home. Take a look inside.
Publication Traditional Home opened its first-ever Southern Style Now showhouse in a Queen Ann Victorian on a Riverbend stretch of St. Charles Avenue. Featuring the work of 27 designers with southern roots, the home is a funhouse for design lovers.
In 2012 the newly married Kelly Rayner and Mark Heck were looking to buy a house, and Rayner was looking for a new career. After a fortuitous Bywater outing they got exactly what they wanted—all at once. Take a look inside the couple's home.
If you’re after designer digs Uptown, this 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,125-square-foot abode might be for you. The recently renovated home has all sorts of designer bells and whistles, like quartzite countertops in the kitchen and paint selections from New Orleans color guru Louis Aubert.
This week is Renovation Week in the Curbed universe, so we're talking to New Orleanians who recently completed renovations for themselves or as flips. Today, Valerie Legras talks about her renovation of a shotgun in the 7th Ward.
This week is Renovation Week in the Curbed universe, so we're talking to New Orleanians who recently completed renovations for themselves or as flips. First up, Margot Rainold of Maison de Luca Design talks about her 2014 renovation.
Built in 1855, this townhouse in Treme has a storied history, from its origins as the home of a free woman of color, to its recent history as a filming spot for New Orleans-shot TV shows. Take a look inside this old, lovingly pieced together home.
The Preservation Resource Center hosts its annual Shotgun Home Tour, a tour of private homes that shows off the charm and versatility of the New Orleans shotgun. This year the tour highlights the Garden District. Preview the tour's seven homes here.