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NOLA, Floored: The Most Instagrammable Floors in New Orleans

Take a look at some of our favorite Instagram shots of NOLA floors and streets. Whether #shoefies are involved or not? We’ll leave that up to you.

So you’ve got a thing with floors. Lucky for you, New Orleans is overflowing with beauty from the top of our heads to the soles of our shoes. Take a look at some of our favorite Instagram shots of NOLA floors and streets. Whether #shoefies are involved or not? We’ll leave that up to you.

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I ❤️ Louisiana! 🐊

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Tile signage marks Louisiana Avenue.

District Hand Pie & Coffee Bar, the latest offering from District Donuts, Sliders, and Brew, features tesselate-style flooring in moody monochrome.

Coffee and tea and bold tiles have all the makings for an afternoon pick-me-up at Pulp & Grind in the Warehouse District.

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I'm upside down!

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Confetti, beads, and fallen leaves? This is a Mardi Gras (outdoor) floor if we ever saw one.

We’re guessing Solange and her bridal party chose an all-white palette so as not to distract from Marigny Opera House’s candy-hued floors.

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Neighborhood art. #justkeepswimming #koi #streetart

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Stenciled koi carp from artist Jeremy Novy are swimming all over town (hint: scope out Mid-City, Marigny, and Frenchmen Street).

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#magazine street #aftertherain #reflections

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Freshly fallen rain in Uptown provides opportunity for reflections (figuratively and literally).

Holla (or double-tap) for a dolla with this shot from @nolatype.

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Pretty random tiles at @tnm_comedy

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Bric-a-brac shards create a mesmerizing floor at The New Movement Theater.

Liz Beeson is an adventure-seeking marketing manager in New Orleans who loves the great outdoors and a good cup of coffee. When not plugging away at one of her many side projects, Liz can be found taking in a comedy show and exploring and photographing the many unique neighborhoods in the city.

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