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Valerie Legras - interior designer

“Late last year I hired her to help me redesign my house. I was lost in the space I had lived in the previous five years and couldn’t decide or know what to do anymore. Valerie and her team made my little home into a place full of art, style and comfort.”

Valerie Legras, architecte d'intérieur à La Nouvelle-Orléans

Valérie est originaire d’Epernay, en Champagne, et la première fois que je l’ai rencontrée, je lui ai demandé comment elle en était arrivée à s’installer en Louisiane.

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Eater Awards Design of the Year Readers’ Choice Winner: DTB

a first look inside DTB on oak street

“With polished concrete floors and natural wood, the look is at once modern and warm. Objects, like oysters shells and pock-marked metal balls found near Bayou du Large off LA-1, hang from the ceiling, forming a kind of wall that separates the entrance from some tall tables meant for cocktails.”

new oak street restaurant DTB takes ‘down the bayou’ flavors through uncharted waters

“The new Uptown restaurant DTB opened in a former store on Oak Street in March with an upscale casual design”

see inside brand new DTB

“Designer Valerie Legras traveled along the bayou to gather decor elements like 300-pound steel wheels used to reel in fishing nets, which hang from the ceilings”

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“The decor, which you might call “swamp chic,” was created by architect Brooks Graham and designer Valerie Legras.”

dtb restaurant & bar to open next wednesday

“DTB will bring the old bayou country to the city, combining rustic and natural elements with modern, polished décor”

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“This new coastal, Cajun spot on Oak Street puts a creative (but respectful) spin on the Cajun canon”

dtb arrives in new orleans

“The laidback, convivial atmosphere has been crafted by locally based interior designer Valerie Legras and architect Brooks Graham, and channels the old Louisiana coastal country with rustic and natural elements and polished, modern décor.”

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Valerie Legras - interior designer

“Late last year I hired her to help me redesign my house. I was lost in the space I had lived in the previous five years and couldn’t decide or know what to do anymore. Valerie and her team made my little home into a place full of art, style and comfort.”

Valerie Legras, architecte d'intérieur à La Nouvelle-Orléans

Valérie est originaire d’Epernay, en Champagne, et la première fois que je l’ai rencontrée, je lui ai demandé comment elle en était arrivée à s’installer en Louisiane.

new orleans’ eater awards winners 2017

Eater Awards Design of the Year Readers’ Choice Winner: DTB

a first look inside DTB on oak street

“With polished concrete floors and natural wood, the look is at once modern and warm. Objects, like oysters shells and pock-marked metal balls found near Bayou du Large off LA-1, hang from the ceiling, forming a kind of wall that separates the entrance from some tall tables meant for cocktails.”

new oak street restaurant DTB takes ‘down the bayou’ flavors through uncharted waters

“The new Uptown restaurant DTB opened in a former store on Oak Street in March with an upscale casual design”

see inside brand new DTB

“Designer Valerie Legras traveled along the bayou to gather decor elements like 300-pound steel wheels used to reel in fishing nets, which hang from the ceilings”

5 facts about dtb, a contemporary cajun restaurant now open on oak street

“The decor, which you might call “swamp chic,” was created by architect Brooks Graham and designer Valerie Legras.”

dtb restaurant & bar to open next wednesday

“DTB will bring the old bayou country to the city, combining rustic and natural elements with modern, polished décor”

the hottest restaurants in new orleans, november 2017

“This new coastal, Cajun spot on Oak Street puts a creative (but respectful) spin on the Cajun canon”

dtb arrives in new orleans

“The laidback, convivial atmosphere has been crafted by locally based interior designer Valerie Legras and architect Brooks Graham, and channels the old Louisiana coastal country with rustic and natural elements and polished, modern décor.”

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