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Bridge for Design Magazine

Our thanks to the editors of London based @bridgefordesign magazine for this beautiful spread in their Summer 2017 issue! This is a home we designed in Hot Springs, VA that was mightily inspired by American renaissance man Thomas Jefferson. We often look back to see our way forward...

Bridge for Design Magazine 2017-07-11T17:11:51+00:00

Vervain Fabrics Featured in Traditional Home Magazine

We're excited to see our new wallcovering collection for @vervainfabrics featured in the April issue of @traditionalhome ! We love these new designs snd are truly grateful to the editors for sharing them.  

Vervain Fabrics Featured in Traditional Home Magazine 2017-03-30T03:25:00+00:00

Chateau Chic

Chateau Chic Located in a wooded glen on the edge of a picturesque lake in North Carolina, this chateau-style home was ready for interior design. Granted their project was unusual: as the owners [...]

Chateau Chic 2017-07-20T16:27:56+00:00

Old-World Charm

Old-World Charm When the owners of this elegant, 20,000 square-foot home in Chevy Chase contacted Barry, the family requested something classic, but with old-world patina and sophistication. Barry began by poring over the blueprints with the architect and owners, [...]

Old-World Charm 2017-07-11T15:45:31+00:00

New Barry Dixon Wallcoverings from Vervain

We're so excited! Our new book of wall coverings for @vervainfabrics, their first, is out...and coming to a showroom near you. Prints and textures, metallics and wovens, matte and shimmering finishes...utilizing cork, linen, rice paper, recycled sisal, even wool flocking...are bound between the oversized covers. The inspiration and possibilities, however, remain boundless. [...]

New Barry Dixon Wallcoverings from Vervain 2017-03-17T20:38:46+00:00

Stately Living

Stately Living This stately Nashville home, a 1920s antebellum, had the best of Southern neoclassical architecture. But the early-twentieth-century rooms were too small for the owners’ growing family and comfortable entertaining. [...]

Stately Living 2017-07-14T15:37:00+00:00