With lots of help from local design firm Farouki Farouki, chef and restaurateur Justin Devillier and his wife and partner, Mia, launch their third restaurant Justine on Chartres Street in the Vieux Carré.
The Fillmore New Orleans, a new live music venue on the second floor of Harrah’s Casino, features design elements that effortlessly blend San Francisco’s historic psychedelic 60s with the cultural archetypes of New Orleans.
Liam Deegan and Robert LeBlanc, co-owners of Barrel Proof, have joined forces once again to create Longway Tavern, a French Quarter way station that exudes a bohemian sense of camaraderie and hospitality.
Local real estate firm Felicity Property Co., with the help of Bell Design & Architecture and the team behind St. Roch Market, has taken the dingy ground floor of a two-story property in the Warehouse District and transformed it into a bright, delightful “contemporary” food hall.
Acclaimed Louisiana-based designer Beth Claybourn, who has dedicated her life to bringing beauty and elegance to homes all over the country, offers a dazzling showroom in New Orleans’ own Central Business District.
From concept and design to an eclectic, international menu, Emeril Lagasse’s fourth New Orleans restaurant reflects the new face of the celebrity chef and the ever-changing Warehouse District neighborhood.
Innovative hospitality and real estate investors AJ Capital Partners have reinvigorated the Garden District gem with design that pays homage to the hotel’s illustrious past, while simultaneously appealing to future generations.
Architecture: The Giani Building — Like many other parts of the city, Downtown New Orleans has experienced a recent surge of development. This is especially true when it comes to apartment complexes, with the latest being The Giani Building.
Creative Creole Townhouse Renovation “We have to go through the back,” apologized interior designer Jennifer Kelly, unlocking a side-alley door to the Esplanade Avenue townhouse she was about to show me.
Seventy-two percent of homeowners plan to decorate or redecorate in the next two years, according to the 2012 Houzz and Home Survey; and 86 percent said that improving the look and feel of the space was their most important goal.