Category: Lifestyle


Refresh Your Bathroom

  Let’s be honest from time to time, we all need a little makeover; unfortunately, sometimes, our wallet doesn’t allow us to do a full-scale rehab. Do you walk into the bathroom and avoid turning on the lights to prevent how tired it looks?  Well, we may have a solution to get you through: REFRESH,… Read more »

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The Color Story: Magenta

  Magenta. It’s one of the colors your printer screams about needing more of since it is one of the four colors an inkjet printer uses! 😂 Magenta also falls directly in the middle of red and blue on a few color wheels. this should make sense as it is a shade of purple. Take… Read more »

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Our City, My Home: Lindsay S.

  22 years ago, Lindsay swooped into New Orleans – and the city became a little bit of a brighter place. Roaming around Uptown, with her adorable dogs in tow, you would never know she lives anywhere else.  Putting her interior design skills to work, she has made her double shotgun an enviable place for… Read more »

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Prep your Home for the Summer Heat

  If you live in the New Orleans metro area – or anywhere in the South- you know that the summer heat is coming in FAST. While there isn’t anything you can do about the outside temperatures rising, you can help your house stay cooler this summer. Check out our tips on prepping your home… Read more »

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The Color Story: Phthalo Green

  Phthalo green is a color you likely already knew – but, maybe, didn’t know the name. It’s a super concentrated dark bluish-green color that is regal and rich. Phthalo green was created in 1927 and is known for its high tinting strength as well. Because this color is so deep and will consume a… Read more »

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Our City, My Home: Carly S.

  Carly may be newer to New Orleans, but her style and attitude work perfectly in The Big Easy. She found her abode in one of our absolute favorite neighborhoods and has curated a magazine-worthy space. Carly is the perfect keeper of the home – as I’m not sure of many who can do it… Read more »

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Storage Solutions for Old New Orleans Homes

  People living in New Orleans homes understand that storage and closet space are incredibly limited. The lack of closets comes from a time when a house was taxed by the number of doors it had – so to get around that, homeowners would eliminate closets and use armoirs instead. Fast forward to today, many… Read more »

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Our City, My Home: Chrissy C.

  California native turned New Orleanian, Chrissy, was hunting for a house with lots of outdoor space. She was beyond thrilled to find her place in the city that’s off the road less traveled. Read on to see what she loves about her space and the city!   What neighborhood do you live in?  Holy… Read more »

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The Color Story: Coral

    What color is CORAL anyway? Is it pink or is it red or is it orange? Coral is a mix of red and orange, lightened with white. Typical coral hues contain more orange than pink. It’s a pink-orange or an orange-pink!   A little history… the first recorded use of coral as a color name… Read more »

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