FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dixon Rye is Revealed at the Highly Anticipated Westside Ironworks
Interiors, Wares and Design Meet a Quiet Decency
ATLANTA- OCTOBER 8, 2015 – Designer Bradley Odom’s Dixon Rye opened to the public on Thursday, October 8th as the centerpiece of the Westside Ironworks development located at 1085 Howell Mill Road NW, Atlanta, Georgia. Conceived and curated by Odom, Dixon Rye combines elements of interiors, wares and designs in its 4,800 square foot industrial space.
The grandson of an upholsterer in a small town in Mississippi, Odom dreamed up Dixon Rye with precision. “The rich heritage of the south informs not only how I design, but how I work with clients, said Bradley Odom creator of Dixon Rye. “I see family, entertaining, both outdoor and indoor living, lush greenery, inviting spaces and personal stories reflected in everyday objects. For me, Dixon Rye is an expression of luxury’s humble origins.” This vision is carried out and showcased well within the Dixon Rye space as raw and refined sit well side-by-side. True to his design style, Odom wanted to preserve the industrial character of the building and he did so by exposing the original crane system, along with the massive ceilings and its exposed beams and trusses.
Odom is proud to offer exclusive finds from Sabin, Astier De Villatte and Jefferson Hayman, mixed with pieces from emerging and well established artisans, craftsman and designers. Custom upholstery designs by Odom himself are in the refined mix as well.
An award-winning SCAD graduate, ASID designer and veteran retailer, most recently as director of design education for West Elm, Odom’s mantra is “buy better, fewer things.”
Dixon Rye is open and located at 1085 Howell Mill Road NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318. Hours of operation are from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and on Sundays from Noon until 5:00 p.m. For more information, make sure to visit www.dixonrye.com, as it will provide a digital extension of this brick and mortar space, as well as allow you to sign up for a weekly newsletter entitled “Quiet Decency.” For additional questions Dixon Rye looks forward to phone calls at 404-883-3939.