Last year, Dixon was on the lookout for a new apartment, one that could house low-key mornings and evenings entertaining friends, and found it in Stuyvesant Heights, the landmark leafy section of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood.
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The wood trim and hand-carved doors, a stunning surprise upon entering the space, counteract some of the brightness the tall windows supply. So Dixon grounded the space by using a subdued palette and deliberate accents: levity achieved.
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His sofa is the result of a collaboration with his TRNK business partner Nick Nemechek—a prototype of the “Truss” sofa that just launched in the TRNK collection—which rests atop an ivory wool rug from Loloi.
There are textural elements and eclectic punctuations in the room, too, but they’re always clean and uncluttered—“Everything has its own line of sight,” Dixon explains.
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