Arteriors Introduces Barry Dixon Collection by Arteriors at Las Vegas Market
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Arteriors, a leading home furnishings company, reported that it will show for the seventh consecutive year at Las Vegas Market (January 28 – February 1) and introduce its third designer collaboration, the Barry Dixon Collection by Arteriors.
The collection, created with renowned interior designer and author Barry Dixon, reflects a Southern sensibility mixed with a distinctly global aesthetic. Barry Dixon will be in the Arteriors showroom at Las Vegas Market on Monday, January 28th for a champagne reception from 11:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
“Barry has an original aesthetic that has earned him a reputation as a beloved design icon,” says Mark Moussa, CEO and Founder of Arteriors. “Our team is committed to bringing Barry’s vision to the marketplace by offering timeless products with lasting value.”
Influenced by Dixon’s love of travel, the Barry Dixon Collection replicates and reinterprets geographically and culturally diverse items such as remnants of country ruins in Mississippi, 19th century Chinese woodcarvings, and introduces classically designed pieces with a modern twist.
The 4,500 square foot space (#B360) will showcase more than 800 items from Arteriors, as well as Mottega by Arteriors, a customizable lamp program. Interior Designer and Mottega Color Consultant Eileen Kathryn Boyd will also be at the showroom and will give a presentation on Tuesday, January 29th from 1:00 p.m.to 3:00 p.m.
About Arteriors: Founded by Mark Moussa in 1987, Arteriors is a Dallas-based company that specializes in decorative accessories, furniture, and lighting that appeal to design lovers with up-to-date sensibilities. The company collaborates with experienced artisans and manufacturers around the world producing a full spectrum of styles in luxury materials and finishes. Arteriors has representative showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, and Los Angeles, and permanent company showrooms in High Point, North Carolina (the International Home Furnishings Center), Las Vegas (the World Market Center) and New York City (New York Design Center/NYDC).
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