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Winter 2010

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In This Issue

Four Festive Looks

From Who Dat to Happy New Year, these table settings will impress your guests and put you in a celebratory mood.

Classic Cupboards

The Stairway Shop

Longue Vue House and Gardens


Ruffino’s Custom Closets

Doors of Elegance

Russell’s Cleaning Services

The Echoes of Rebuilding

Five years after Katrina, where is opportunity knocking for new construction and renovation?

Demo Diva

Smart Buy Kitchen and Bath

Tyson Construction of LA, LLC

Tara Shaw

The Lower Garden District

The Other New Orleans Saints

Ancient santos figures are revered both for their artistry and for their spiritual significance.

Cheesy Does It

This holiday season, give thanks for a very cultured food.

A Full, Festive Fall

Family Roots

Flowers don’t last, but memories do.

From Storage to Stellar

Developer Kendall Winingder turns a run-down storage facility into a refined urban town house.

Viva Las Veggies

Winter-greens-and-potato casserole makes a hearty (and heart-healthy) meal no matter the season.

The Medium is the Message

For Stephán Wanger, Mardi Gras beads, his medium of choice, are symbolic of New Orleans’ triumphant spirit.

Mattix Cabinet Works


California Closets

Southland Plumbing Supply, Inc.

Mitchell Long

Palatial Stone

Bayou Closets Inc.

Nancy Robbins, Inc.


35th Annual Holiday Home Tour

Saturday and Sunday December 11 & 12, 2010

Nordic Kitchens and Baths Inc.

South Coast Solar, LLC

The Front Door

Eclectic Home

Louisiana Custom Closets

Wren’s Tontine Shade and Design

Antiquarian Autumn

After the newness of spring and the busyness of summer, the cooler seasons invite you to settle in with the old.

The Third Annual Renaissance Awards

New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles and the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans honor six renovations — three homes and three businesses — that celebrate the new while respecting the old.