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Thursday, December 06, 2012

Making your home warm and cozy with home accessories.

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We're loving the feature in Lonny Magazine on Mark D Sikes's home.  Where did this guy come  from? How come he's not on Bravo already? 

We love, love his house.  Have you seen it?  If you haven't, check it out here.  As you can see, the prevalent theme here is "accessorize". It makes all the difference in the world!

To see some of the home accessories similiar to the ones featured here, check out our chinoiserie home accent section.





 
 

Barry Dixon Home Accessories

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Barry Dixon's home accessory collection for Arteriors may be one of our absolute favorites. He can be considered one of the masters of Southern design style. His philosophy is very simple, allowing him to be daringly creative within certain guidelines. Dixon believes that the integrity of good design is determined by what is "appropriate." Considering architecture, transition, comfort, and quality in all of his work has made him one of the most sought after designer in the industry. 



Spending his childhood abroad in places like India, South Africa, and French Polynesia gave Dixon a sense of global perspective. This solid base helped cultivate enough imagination and creativity for him to launch furniture lines, a fabric and rug collection, a book (which you can purchase here), and allow for continuous appearances on HGTV and Good Morning America. Dixon's home/office in the Virginia countryside allows him to stay focused on his work without getting carried away by the world of interior design. Many of his designs can be spotted in magazines such as Southern Accents, Veranda, House Beautiful, Metropolitan Home, and Traditional Home.  Click here to see a sample of his work.


The entire Barry Dixon Home Accessories collection is now available on our site. The pieces have a sense of balance and contrast that emanates not just a look, but a feeling as well. "These are the pieces that I needed, but couldn’t find, to bridge seemingly dissimilar styles, to link traditional and modern, and to relate period antiques to new purchases for my clients.” Bringing a sense of modernism to classic southern design isn’t an easy task, but Dixon never ceases to amaze us.
Forged Ring Table Lamp


Stephane Forged Iron Tea Table
Laurel Antiqued Gold Leaf Oval Mirror

Clarksdale Openwork Iron Screen

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