Margaret Zainey Roux

Margaret Zainey Roux is one of the city's foremost authorities on interior design and decorating. She has produced New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles' STYLE and GATHERINGS sections for more than a decade and is a contributing editor for national and regional shelter publications including Traditional Home, Luxe (Southeast and Houston Editions), Southern Home, and Flower magazines. As a writer, she frequently collaborates with some of the country’s most celebrated tastemakers including Aerin Lauder and Danielle Rollins and interior designers like Charlotte Moss, Veere Greeney, and Paloma Contreras to name a few. Her work as a stylist and editorial producer takes her from Houston to the Hamptons where she creates tablescapes, floral arrangements, and picture-perfect vignettes that complement the rooms and carry out of the visions of the interior designers and magazine editors who have entrusted her with their projects.

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