Ever gone into a gallery but haven’t been quite able to image what the piece you love would look like in your home? Last Saturday, Pursley Dixon Architecture transformed the ANFA Gallery allowing art lovers a chance to see the latest exhibition Olly Olly Oxen Free featuring the solo and collaborative work of artists Stephanie King and Pam McDonnell in a whole new way.
Pursley Dixon Architecture is an architecture and interior design firm specializing in custom residential work. Founded on the simple thought that beauty matters, our firm strives to thoughtfully create living spaces that are as beautiful and unique as the people who will occupy them. Ever mindful of traditional building elements, the design team collectively views both modernism and classicism as a part of the broader language of architecture, while working to cultivate a fresh and forward approach to design. Distinctive homes created by the thirteen member firm can be found throughout the country, including in North Carolina, New York, California, Illinois, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia, Vermont, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and South Carolina. Our work has been featured in numerous publications including Traditional Home, Luxe Interiors + Design, Garden & Gun, House Beautiful, Southern Accents, Southern Living, Renovation Style, Elegant Homes, Decor Magazine, Southern Home, The Classicist, and Beautiful Homes. We were honored to receive the Veranda/ADAC 2014 award for architecture firm of the year and the Southern Living Home of the Year award for 2015. – Pursley Dixon Architecture
Outfit Details: Sweater (Loft) here, Dress (Loft) here, Boots (Sole Society) similar here, Bag (Topshop) similar color here.
Want to compare how the original exhibition looked? Check out the post here.
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