The Dixon Group Is Excited to Welcome Three New Lines to Our Showroom
San Francisco interior design icon Suzanne Tucker believes that by surrounding ourselves with what is beautiful, we enrich and enhance the quality of our lives. With that in mind, she launched an extraordinary collection of exquisite textiles in 2010 that is sold in over a dozen showrooms worldwide.
Suzanne Tucker Home offers an exquisite & complete selection of prints, patterns & solids in a variety of soft textures and coordinating hues that work well within a large variety of design vocabularies. The original designs are inspired by the award-winning designer’s passion for travel & collecting antique textiles. Produced at the finest mills around the world, they offer the best possible quality & craftsmanship. Special attention is paid to the finishing process, to enhance the sumptuous feel, suppleness and “hand” of each textile.
June 2021 marks the launch of Suzanne Tucker Home’s very first high-performance collection of indoor/outdoor textiles. Woven with 100% solution-dyed polypropylene, these fabrics are colorfast, easy care/washable, and they have a soil resistant finish! So, think chic indoor/outdoor living spaces, stylish high-traffic areas, and colorful kid and pet friendly rooms.
Marvic Textiles is a British, family-owned furnishing fabrics company founded in 1938. Contemporary classics define the signature look and in recent years Marvic has developed a strong presence in the market with its focus on textured upholstery staples which are suitable for any interior: be it modern, transitional or classical. Other specialist areas include crewels, embroideries, linens and outstanding toiles. A recent addition to the Marvic portfolio is the launch of a new brand: ‘Studio by Marvic’. Studio fabrics retain all the attributes of classical Marvic fabrics, but project a contemporary, fresh and younger aesthetic, at a more accessible price point.
Building on the success of Metro Linens launched in 2020, Metro Textures featuring textured designs and subtle patterns presented in a ‘new neutrals’ colour palette. These new designs combine complex yarns – bouclé, slubs, chenilles – with natural fibres to create distinctive, invitingly tactile fabrics. Textures has an understated elegance, and very much embodies the current trend for relaxed, homely interiors with a natural aesthetic.
Beginning her career as a studio artist, Elizabeth’s creative prowess led to involvement in the restoration of historic ceiling and wall paintings in Museum Houses located across the country. Through this, Elizabeth found her calling at the cross-section of fine art and design, establishing the Elizabeth Dow Mixed Media collection of wall coverings and textiles in 1992. Elizabeth’s wall covering and textile collection is cohesively eclectic, juxtaposing unique patterns and essential classics.
Her collections are currently being sold to the trade showrooms internationally. Fifteen of her papers are in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian. Installations include Paul Simon, Harrison Ford, Bill Gates, Estee Lauder, Tiffany and Company, The Peninsula Hotel, and the Oval Office.
Featuring over 100 new SKUs, Elizabeth Dow’s expanded 2021 line offers an impressive variety of wall covering and textiles, including an extensive selection of signature linens, a collection of cream-colored alpacas, and several stonewashed and woven drapery fabrics.