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Spring has sprung in New Orleans and your home is primed for a seasonal transition. Weaving in a few key décor pieces can seamlessly give your living space a breath of fresh air. Out with the Mardi Gras gold and in with these dreamy new hues to instantly have your house refreshed to impress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The oil on canvas “Cupid and Psyche” by François Fressinier is an instant conversation starter for guests. Martin Lawrence Galleries, 433 Royal St., 299-9055, MartinLawrence.com
 



A glamorous French mirror with embellished floral detail makes for an ideal addition to any living room. Dop Antiques, 300 Jefferson Highway, 373-5132, DopAntiques.com
 



Created by Jennifer Grehan, the Mardi Gras toile design on her pillows illustrates the pageantry of vintage New Orleans-inspired revelry. Judy at the Rink, 2727 Prytania St., 891-7018
 



For a picturesque porch setting, this five-foot turquoise slatted-back bench will be your new relaxation spot for sunsets. Better yet, the functional piece even offers storage space for picnic blankets or garden tools. Brian’s Furniture, 515 Court St. Port Allen, (225) 346-0896, BriansFurniture.com
 


 


Subtle and romantic, the oil on canvas “Park” by Kevin Gillentine is a piece to pursue for any room in your home. Kevin Gillentine, 3917 Magazine St., 891-0509, KevinGillentine.com
 

 


 

 

Curl up with a book by the light of this antique iron lamp with a lovely ornate base in blue. Rug Chic, 4240 Louisiana 22, (985) 674-1070, RugChic.com
 



Metallic taper candles from Oak Forest Design add a little spark and sparkle to your dinner table or mantel. The Linen Registry, 204 Metairie Road, 831-8228
 



A piece to covet, this modular-style chevron chest of deep drawers is the perfect place to keep your essentials. The oak chest features a herringbone pattern and is finished in Honey Oak and Havana Oak with antique nickel accents. Abode, 2114 Veterans Memorial Blvd., 266-2135, ShopAtAbode.com
 



A hosting dream, the Buccellati coffee service, consisting of a tray, coffee bowl, creamer and sugar, in sterling silver with wood handles, makes for an elegant cafe au lait moment. Matthew Clayton Brown, 1724 Saint Andrew St., 522-5058, MClaytonBrown.com
 

 

 

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