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Magazine Street Upcycled Home

Posted on Sep 28, 2018 by in 2018 New Orleans Weird Homes, All Weird Homes | 0 comments

Heather and Mark’s weird home is located across the street from Up/Unique Products, their shop on historic Magazine Street. Heather and Mark met fighting over a rubber chicken at at Mardi Gras parade and bonded over a shared interest in recycled artwork and their home reflects that!

They are both artists and design and build handmade lighting, gifts and accessories as well are providing custom design and installation and their work can be seen in various restaurants, clubs, bars and galleries throughout the United States.  Featuring found and recycled art with a focus on sustainability, Heather and Mark’s home is a veritable art gallery, with paintings and creations along every wall and surface.  Much of their lighting comes from recycled Mardi Gras beads and that much-fought over rubber chicken now is a much-loved lamp.  The home also comes with a much…ahem… colorful past.  We’ll let you ask them what that means.

Come visit the Magazine Street Remaker Home colorful collections and prepare to be amazed by the imagination of two of NOLA’s premier recycling artists who have been “trashforming” New Orleans since 1999. And you can see it by getting your tickets here!