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My Style: Dixon Rye founder Bradley Odom
After working for national retail brands like J. Crew and West Elm for more than 20 years, Bradley Odom knows shoppers are looking for an experience, not just products. The grandson of an upholsterer, he also inherited a passion for fine furnishings. Both influences shaped his vision for the interior design and home store Dixon Rye, which he opened at Westside Ironworks in 2015.
Sustainable style: Here’s where to shop for ecofriendly home decor in Atlanta
“Wellness” may be a buzzword, but health and environmental concerns are no trend, and they are impacting the way we design, build, and decorate.
Best of Atlanta 2019: Style & Design
The best of Atlanta's style and design in 2019, including best new label, best holiday dresses, best place to buy big cacti, best ecofriendly undergarments, and more.
Where to shop for equestrian decor, from wallpaper to antiques
Equestrian style is in. From leather sofas to decorative horse pillows to julep cups—add a dash of horse fashion to your home.
Elements of Style: 18 pieces of decor to bring the jungle to your home
This season's best design inspirations brings the wilderness inside.
Local upholstery line: DR Collection
Bradley Odom, owner of Westside’s Dixon Rye, brings an eye for fashion to his signature furniture collection.
Dixon Rye updates this picturesque family farm for its next generation
Constructed in the 1990s when English Country style reached the peak of its popularity, the house was formerly layered with British antiques and chintz. Bradley Odom—whose grandfather was an upholsterer and who sells his own furniture line—freshened up some of the heirloom pieces, especially occasional chairs, with updated fabrics.
Room Envy: This lakeside kitchen is a Belgian beauty
This kitchen may be new, but interior designer Buffy Ferguson gave it the patina of an old Belgian farmhouse, with softly glazed cabinets, open shelves, and ceiling beams in a light finish. The peaceful setting on Lake Roquemore in Newnan inspired a bluish-gray palette resembling the reflection of water.
12 of our favorite neighborhood design shops in metro Atlanta
The metro area offers a wealth of decorating resources that keep us hunting around town for that perfect accessory. But sometimes you just want to stop by a place in your own neighborhood. These highly curated local shops are rooted in local culture and provide reliably high-end products.
New Home Store: Dixon Rye
What fellow J. Crew alums and Westside neighbors Sid and Ann Mashburn are doing for clothes, Bradley Odom is doing for home decor.
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