This master bath, designed by Barry Dixon, exudes subtle luxury—a cozy fireplace, handsome marble tiles stretching up the walls, even a table for tea in front of the fire. A large wardrobe provides storage for towels and other necessities.
In this kitchen design from Barry Dixon Interiors, an antique street lamp from Paris hangs over the oak worktable inspired by Lutyens Castle Drogo kitchen in southwest England. A pro-grade range fits nicely into the space where a fireplace used to be and is topped with a concave custom steel hood.
The book-lined library is centered on a Nettie Darr table, one of Barry Dixon's first designs for Mike Reid Weeks and inspired by his grandmother's parlor table. Tall lucite floor lamps provide light at either end of the oak daybed.
This family room, designed by Barry Dixon, calls on rustic touches to make the room a cozy gathering place. It features salvaged exposed beams, a two-story stone fireplace and a large wrought iron chandelier.
In this kitchen from designer Barry Dixon, kitchen cabinets are constructed in limed oak on top and washed with buttermilk tones below. Concrete countertops are a soft mushroom color, and walls are tiled with acid-etched stone that is decorated with country herbs. The book stand, earthenware egg dish and amber glass canister jar are antiques.
This luxurious master bedroom is captivating to the eye with lush pearl drapery on a faux canopied bed that is suspended from an inset in the ceiling. Light blue walls with pearl crown molding provide a relaxing surround to a peaceful sitting area with cozy fireplace.
This ornate and sophisticated dining room celebrates wine with an illuminated alabaster grape chandelier. A 19th-century bronze stag head vase serves as a dramatic centerpiece for the dining table below.
Storybook illustrations from Maxfield Parrish inspired the design of a handcrafted cabinet for plates and dishes. Concrete countertops, tile-covered walls and Arts and Crafts oak cabinetry blend harmoniously with the rolling fields seen through the window.
This kitchen is a masculine space comprised of stone, copper and brass. The island helps separate the cooking areas and is illuminated by a trio of hanging copper pendant lights from Oly. Nailhead accents are repeated throughout the design, from the island panels to the countertop edge and molding.
The dark-hued library was conceived as a more masculine workspace outfitted with a nineteenth century drafting table and a metal shelving unit. Tropical curtains and Batik-inspired sofa cushions lend a tropical vibe.
Lacquered cabinets with long, nickel-plated handles and straightforward stone counters lend the air of a laboratory to this galley kitchen. Note the vintage French gym locker used for additional storage. Blenko glass decanters from the 1960s add a colorful accent.