Hot home shop: Dixon Rye

The store features handsome upholstery lines by owner Bradley Odom
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Dixon Rye
Photograph by Sarah Dorio

Furniture store Dixon Rye recently snagged the high-profile streetfront of the newly redeveloped Westside Ironworks complex. Atlanta exclusives include L.A.-based Sabin furniture, ceramics by Parisian maker Astier de Villatte, and photography by Jefferson Hayman (who may do an Atlanta series, fingers crossed). But we most admire the handsome upholstery lines by the store’s owner, designer Bradley Odom. A veteran retail executive at national brands like West Elm and J.Crew, Odom is now channeling his own muse—or perhaps that of his grandfather, who was also an upholsterer. 1085 Howell Mill Road

This article originally appeared in our January 2016 issue.

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