Mpoche4. "Fleur De Lis - Significance in LA (incl. Saints & New Orleans)." HubPages. Hubpages.com, 5 Jan. 2012. Web. 19 Mar. 2014. <http://mpoche4.hubpages.com/hub/Fleur-de-Lis-Everything-You-Want-to-Know>.
"When most people think about New Orleans homes, they imagine outdoor spaces -- cast iron railings and lush, private courtyards. And those are absolutely magnificent. But, New Orleans interiors are pretty special too.
With the city’s mix of French, Spanish, African, Haitian, and American Low-Country heritage, nothing is really inappropriate. I've even seen crumbling plaster become a decorative element. But, for that quintessential New Orleans style -- whether you prefer an apartment in the French Quarter, a colorful shotgun cottage, or a grand manor in the Garden District -- mix in some of these:
If you don't have that French Quarter balcony with the cast iron railings, you can still enjoy decorative ironwork. Hang a gate or fence section on the wall as art or use it as a headboard. Top a three-sided balcony piece with glass or marble to make a console table".
Classical Urns and Garden Statuary
French, Leah. "Get the Look: New Orleans Style." About.com Flea Markets & Yard Sales. About.com, n.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2014. <http://fleamarket.about.com/od/stylestrends/tp/neworleansstyledecorating.htm>.