Shopping on Magazine Street

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“Money’s like manure, it don’t do no good if you don’t spread it around.”

Kimberley agrees wholeheartedly with this sentiment, uttered to her in deep drawl as she contemplates a purchase in one of Magazine Street’s tempting shops. Ultimately she relinquishes her credit card, an activity she performs repeatedly while shopping the Garden District.

© CL Buchanan Photography

Top 4 Design Blocks on Magazine Street

Between Canal and Jackson
Specializing in tabletop, kitchen and gift items, just try to leave Quince without making a purchase. Nearby, Piranesi offers a tailored collection of continental antiques and objets d’art. Agora is a cooperative featuring several vendors and a tempting range of home finds.

Between Jackson and Louisiana
Antiques, vintage and contemporary furnishings are just up the front steps of Perch. At Neo Phobia, strains of the Partridge Family lure shoppers inside to find treasures from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Best store name goes to Belladonna Day Spa and Retail Therapy. Come for massage or browse the linens, candles and decorative toss cushions. When it’s time for a break, cool off in the mint green atmosphere of Sucre where you can try a decadent truffle or a grown-up milk shake like the Velvet Hammer with vanilla, brandy and nutmeg.

Between Louisiana and Napoleon
A visit to Maison de Provence is a virtual trip to the French provinces thanks to the well edited selection of owner Terri Goldsmith. Still more European antiques and garden statuary at Balzac Antiques. And, it’s a lucky day when you find Alex Williams at his Potsalot Pottery wheel turning out one-of-a-kind treasures.

Between Jefferson and Henry Clay
With a name like Pied Nu (French for barefoot) you’d expect (and will find) easygoing style and effortless chic. Don’t miss neighbouring Hazelnut for a wide selection of gift-worthy purchases.

What’s in Store at Quince

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Specializing in tabletop, kitchen and gift items, just try to leave Quince without making a purchase. Located between Canal and Jackson on Magazine Street in New Orleans, it’s the perfect stop before your next dinner party. Step inside and take a look at what Quince has in store.

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ABOVE: Vintage inspired linens, silverplate flatware, napkin rings, chef’s aprons, and now, a new line of printed paper products – such as pads of 50 printed paper placemats – are just a few of the items that Quince offers from the Cake Vintage line of merchandise.

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ABOVE: A fun & funky line of adult aprons, children’s aprons, dish towels, and tablecloths with a vintage inspired look.

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ABOVE: A gorgeous line of flatware and serving pieces, including cheese knives, spreaders, salad servers, and carving sets.

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ABOVE: Just about everything for the table and kitchen.

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ABOVE: Owner Kate Palmer followed her passion post-Katrina with the launch of Quince, a premier source for tabletop and event planning.