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It’s always a good time to reorganize your closet, and this ladies walk-in closet can be adjusted to fit your needs. This design in “Hardrock Maple” allows for various lengths of hanging, shoe storage, drawer storage and upper cabinet storage. There’s even enough room for a vanity table and chair.
3211 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie, 828-5705.
The choices can seem almost endless when you enter a fabric store! So, it’s best to start with a basic, solid color fabric—here we chose a brown—then build a complete look by adding fabric with colors that complement and contrast, as well as different textures. Fabrixx, 755 Metairie Rd.,
831-1118; 51 Park Place Dr., Covington, 985-809-1110.
This console made of mango wood and metal commands attention, creating a good base to show off Jonathan Adler ceramic fish, an almond crackle-glazed ceramic lamp and other precious items.
Hazelnut, 5515 Magazine St., 891-2424
Don’t wait until your whole room is completed before you buy curtains—these in “Hawaiian Stripes” are a great base to start. Available in a variety of colors, lined and
interlined, the curtains come in a standard size that can be altered. You can even take
them home for 24 hours to try out in a room.
Peyroux’s Custom Curtains,
2929 Jefferson Hwy.,
Originally made as a vegetable cabinet (circa 1900) in the Fujian Province of China, it can be put to use in any number of ways—to display books, china or knick-knacks.
Silk Road Collection,
3714 Magazine St., 894-8540.