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From a Manhattan loft choreographed for entertaining to Arts and Crafts in a woodland glade, to embassy elegance in Washington, D.C., Barry Dixon has seen and designed it all. As one of America's top up-and-coming designers, Dixon's work is a masterful blend of traditional and contemporary that mixes color and texture in creative ways that have clients across the country clamoring for his designs. Barry Dixon Interiors was written by well-known author Brian Coleman (Scalamandre; Farrow & Ball), with luminous photography by Edward Addeo and a foreword by Sherrie Donghia, is the highly-anticipated first book to highlight Dixon's innovative designs. His work has been featured in scores of publications, including House Beautiful, Better Homes & Gardens, Traditional Home, and more, and Dixon's own furniture and soft furnishings line is carried in showrooms nationally.
Brian D. Coleman, MD, divides his time between Seattle and New York. His articles have appeared in magazines ranging from Old House Journal, where he is the West Coast editor, to Period Living in the U.K. Brian is the author of seven books on the decorative arts, including the recent hits Farrow & Ball and Cottages.
Edward Addeo is a New York-based photographer whose work has appeared in Vogue, House Beautiful, and the New York Times magazine among other publications. He has also photographed several books, including Cherished Objects and The Art of The Party. He lives with his family in New York. www.barrydixon.com
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Barry Dixon's design style is an international approach, developed from an early exposure to a variety of cultures and countries around the world. Using classical architecture and traditional inspirations along with elements of modern design, he creates elegant and very individual interiors.
Author Brian Coleman visits a wide range of Dixon interiors, from a breathtaking mountaintop villa in the sunny Caribbean to an eighteenth-century farmhouse in the rolling foothills of Virginia and an open-plan loft in Manhattan. Luminous photography by Edward Addeo reveals private realms that speak to the art of living in an original and believable manner.
"Our homes are our personal centers of the universe. In the better instances, they intimate who we are-what we value, how we think-without giving away the whole secret, leaving enough mystery to romance a return. In the best instances, they transcend being about us to become about those we invite into our private world, their comforts, their imaginations and fascinations, their unspoken wants and wishes. Perhaps the greatest quality a home might possess is that of innate, soulful hospitality." -Barry Dixon
Dixon's designs have been featured in scores of publications and his own furniture and soft furnishings line is carried in showrooms nationally. His knowledge of the historical past woven into the best of contemporary design and technology result in a body of work that is both timely and timeless.
Brian D. Coleman, M. D., is a practicing psychiatrist in Seattle, Washington. Also an old-house enthusiast, he has grown his love for historic restoration into an active second career. He has written numerous articles on historic home design for magazines ranging from Old House Journal to Period Living in the U.K. and is editor-at-large for Old House Interiors. Brian is the author of Farrow & Ball: The Art of Color, Scalamandré, Window Dressings, Historic Arts and Crafts Homes, and Cottages, among other home design books. He divides his time between New York and Seattle.
Edward Addeo is a New York-based photographer whose work has appeared in Vogue, House Beautiful, and the New York Times magazine, among other publications. He has also photographed several books, including Farrow & Ball: The Art of Color, Cherished Objects, and The Art of the Party. He lives with his family in New York.
Title: Barry Dixon Interiors
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