Society + Culture
It’s the most wonderful time of the year –– Jazz Fest! Sure, Christmas is great and loaded with traditions and sensory memories: the smells of pine trees and sugar cookies, the sounds of carols and church bells, the sights of Santa Claus and Mr. Bingle. But Jazz Fest, to me, is even richer: the smells […]
The Bright Side (above)The sumptuous styles of Kravet’s fine fabrics are no longer limited to indoor use. The Kravetsoleil collection features high-performance and low-maintenance fabrics that are resistant to fading, mildew and stains but show no resistance to the notion of outdoor living and entertaining. Wren’s Tontine Shade & Design, 1533 Prytania St., 525-7409, or […]
This New Orleans classic is a egg-cellent addition to your brunch table on Easter morning — or any other time.
Dunleith Designs and Antiques, LLC1804 Magazine St. • 504-272-0879An American gilt brass six light gasolier, 19th c. Attributed to Mitchell Vance & Co., New York. Prism Hung Crown-Form Circlets, fitted with Etched Ball Shades, now electrified. Height 55” Diameter 29”. Home and Garden2033 Highway 190 • 985-875-7576Home and Garden is the exclusive showroom on the […]
James Michalopoulos and his family thrive on the creative energy in their funky, livable, lovable home in Faubourg Marigny.
Keith Perelli and Sergio Alvarez’s Bywater residence is bustling with creativity and bursting with art.
David Connick of the Bucktown All-Stars and his family have struck the perfect chord in their charming and contemporary Metairie home.
In this excerpt from her newest book project, Kerri McCaffety talks with one of the city’s most famous interior designers, Gerrie Bremermann, about the rich artistic and cultural life in New Orleans and how we bring it inside our homes.