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Whether it’s the warming weather, getting through Lent or the spring-cleaning urge, this time of year always seems to make one want to spruce up one’s home. These home décor items are the perfect way to make your house shine.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

perch.

2844 Magazine St. |  899-2122 | perch-home.com



 

Sometimes the only thing you need to change or add to make your favorite room feel new is a tray. These Dune trays are available in vibrant colors including: yellow, orange, red, fuchsia, blue smoke and clear.
 


Malachite

3806 Magazine St. |  899-7020 | MalachiteHome.com
 



 

This vintage walnut dining chair with brass finials and capped feet upholstered in cream hair-on-hide – there are six available, two with arms – will add just the right amount of attitude to your room
 


Bremermann Designs

3943 Magazine St. |  891-7763 | BremermannDesigns.com



 

Available in single- or double-gourd, these Lucite lamps will modernize your favorite corner or bedside table while giving your room a little retro flair.
 


Wren’s Tontine Shade & Design

1533 Prytania St. | 525-7409 | WrensTontine.com



 

Iron hardware custom-designed to your size, color and finish wants will give your draperies and your room that perfect finishing touch
 


Ashley Hall Interiors LTD, Inc

832 Howard Ave. | 524-0196 | AshleyHallInteriors.com



 

Giving off the perfect soft light, these Le Chic Gold Table Lamps with Drum Shades lend opulence to any room.
 


Rivers Spencer Interiors

4610 Magazine St. | 609-2436 | RiversSpencer.com



 

This Swedish Rococo Amoire by Amy Howard Home is the perfect way to store anything from your clothes to your entertainment center away from prying eyes.


 Source Interiors

2103 Magazine St. | 561-7558 | SourceNola.com



 

Swanky little touches can make or break a room (just look at “Downton Abbey”), but adding this brass bamboo umbrella stand will hit just the right note.

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