Who doesn’t love the holiday season? For the first time all year, the New Orleans air is cold and crisp and you can finally move your coat to the front of the closet. The scents of spruce and cinnamon linger, and the ringing of jingle bells echo faintly among the sound of children’s laughter. With trees trimmed and menorahs lit, the whole city seems to sparkle.

No matter what you celebrate—Christmas, Hanukkah or simply the spirit of the season—celebrate in style. Whether you prefer whimsical, traditional, spiritual or dazzling décor, make your home look magical and memorable this holiday season.

‘Tis the Season for StyleColor Me Christmas
The brighter the better! Contagiously spread the holly jolly spirit with bold reds, greens, pinks and oranges.

Wrought-iron ornament tree, Juliet Home Furnishings; large glass ornaments, Juliet Home Furnishings; ceramic cookie platter, Orient Expressed; tin gift box ornaments, Orient Expressed; red and green linen napkins, Orient Expressed; glass candy boxes, Orient Expressed; candy garland, Orient Expressed; small glass ornaments, Juliet Home Furnishings.

Celebrate in Style
‘Tis the Season for StyleWinter Wonderland
Enjoy a White Christmas even without snow. Crisp white, glittery gold and sparkling silver provide a luxe look for holiday décor.

Assorted silver ornaments, Bella Nola; glass hurricane candle holders with gold pillar candles, Estella’s; mother-of-pearl accent pillow, Bella Nola; silk topiary, Estella’s; snow globe, Bella Nola; snowflake ornament, Bella Nola; lead-crystal oval bowl, Estella’s; decorative gold glass balls, Estella’s.

‘Tis the Season for StyleSilent Night
Draped in rich hues of burgundy, gold, chocolate and evergreen, handmade stockings and a reverent nativity are symbols
of a classic Christmas Eve.

Velvet scarves, Judy at the Rink; handcrafted Nativity figures (Holy Family and Three Kings sold separately), Judy at the Rink; handmade Christmas stockings, Piranesi Antiques; fleur-de-lis stocking hook, Bella Nola.

‘Tis the Season for StyleL’Chaim!
New looks inspired by age-old traditions are certainly cause for celebration when paired with the fanciful colors and imagery.

Metal and fused glass menorah by Gary Rosenthal, Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry & Judaica; “Utopia” stoneware menorah by Jonathan Adler, Hazelnut; metal and fused glass dreidel sculptures by Gary Rosenthal, Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry & Judaica; fused glass dreidel tops by Gary Rosenthal, Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry
& Judaica

‘Tis the Season for Style“Menorah” (mixed media on wood), Justin Smith Art