As far back as 1857, flambeau carriers have been at the front of New Orleans Mardi Gras nighttime parades, lighting the way for the rest of the revelers. Today, there's a brand new kind of light shining in the Big Easy. It's also called "Flambeau" and it's a brilliant collection of interior lighting that combines functional art and design, courtesy of renowned New Orleans designers Paul Gruer and Elaine Gleason as well as Baton Rouge designer Benjamin Burts.
Flambeau unites sophisticated shapes and silhouettes with distressed finishes of gold and silver to create 21st Century antique lighting. These jewel-like lamps, chandeliers and sconces will add a touch of intrigue to any room.