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Summer Style

“Southern Lady” bust

Summer in New Orleans is often so hot that it’s difficult to move, much less make a change to your routine – but that’s why it’s so important to do so. Adding even one of these six warm-weather additions to your home or wardrobe will make you feel cooler, if not in temperature then at least when sitting in your home’s air conditioning, or running from air conditioned vehicle to shop to restaurant – or whatever is your favorite summer activity.

 Rivers Spencer Interiors


Dreaming of the sea and time spent in and near it is often a summer pastime. Bring a little of the sea into your home with this “Southern Lady” bust
decorated with oyster shells, Galena, agate and aquamarine.



 For the perfect summer night out, including a bit of white is always in style. This summer white “Mini Affair” handbag with rose gold hardware by Rebecca Minkoff is just the right touch and goes with any outfit from shorts to a maxi dress.

Feet First Shoes


Let him unwrap this Samuelsohn wool blazer before dinner so he can be the most handsome man in the room. Its weight and color make it the “ultimate summer” jacket.

Brian’s Furniture

 (225) 346-0896

Adding a fountain to your front or back yard will not only make you feel cooler as you listen and watch the water dance, it can also serve as a water garden. Brian’s Furniture also offers “the largest inventory of sugar kettles, fountains and cast aluminum items in the South.”

The Linen Registry


Sometimes the best solution to a problem is to sleep on it. Do so in comfort and style with these down sleep pillows available in a multitude of sizes and firmness choices.

Eclectic Home


Bring a little luxury into your home with the “Wilhelm” cabinet. Inspired by the Taj Mahal, it features a white gesso finish and matching sliding doors with a raised hexagonal detail. Each one is hand-finished by artisans and has easy access and ventilation panels so you can store your media within it.

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