i first fell in love with sunday shop on a trip to new orleans for my friends’ wedding. had i not had a suitcase full of wedding ensembles i might have chucked them all to make room for sunday shop’s incredible inventory of eclectic homewares, original artwork, and decor items. the small brick and mortar boutique on magazine street (my favorite street to shop in nola) is just as charming and well-styled as its merchandise, which includes a unique mix of vintage and new. their furniture is well-fringed with a touch of velvet but never overdone — actually, it’s done just right. luckily, if you haven’t got a trip to the big easy on your immediate agenda, you can shop online, and interior designers can sign up for their trade program. take a look at their online inspiration journal, too, and welcome to sunday shop.

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clockwise, l to r: vintage floral pillow; kaa table lamp; vintage french female impressionist oil portrait painting; franco albini frattelino rattan trolley cart; betty sofa; french reproduction green glazed terra cotta jars; hale mercantile luxury linen sheets; ella mirror in multiple sizes; sintra floral pillow with fringe; venus vessel; ibiza pendant shade; hawkins ny belgian linen bedding in blush. center: coop chair; piper chair; red and flax gingham pillow; mexican clay pot lamp with hand-painted motif.

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• photography credits: all photos courtesy of sunday shop.