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A showpiece to fawn over, George Marks “Boule de Coton en Noir,” 2017 mixed media on canvas will be the calming centerpoint of any room. Claire Elizabeth Gallery, 131 Decatur St., 309-4063, ClaireElizabethGallery.com  photo credit Tom Simpson

 


With your social life in a constant whirlwind mode, creating a sanctuary at home can be the key to calm. Introducing soothing and rich hues of blue to your abode will help achieve a serene scene and render you completely relaxed the moment you kick off your shoes.

 


 

Perfectly on trend, this lapis side table makes for the ultimate accent piece. Eclectic Home, 8211 Oak St., 866-6654, EclecticHome.net

 


 

Hide away your treasures in a white wooded box with agate decoration. Relish, 600 Metairie Road, 309-3336, RelishNewOrleans.com

 


 

Sweet dreams are made of the Italian woven Larino bedding in solid white or solid navy. The flat and fitted sheets,and a pair of pillowcases are sold individually or as a set. The Linen Registry, 200 Metairie Road, 831-8228, TheLinenRegistry.com

 


 

 Give your walls a dreamy touch with self-adhesive removable wallpaper from Tempaper. The Tokyo in celestial blue is inspired by floating ink. Spruce NOLA, 2043 Magazine St., 265-0946, SpruceNola.com; Tempaper.com

 


 

Take five in style in the Fey lounge chair, covered in deep sapphire with matte gold steel legs. Modern Market, 1200 Annunciation St., 896-2206, ModernMarketLifestyle.com

 


 

A petite piece of oyster art would look lovely atop a stack of books. Fur-nish, 3413 N. Causeway Blvd., 702-8514, FurnishNola.com

 


 

 A hammered gold leaf stool with a blue velvet top makes a divine decor addition to any room. Abode, 2114 Veterans Memorial Blvd., 266-2135, ShopAtAbode.com

 


 

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