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||Smith College, New York School of Interior Design
|Honors & Awards:
||HOBI Award 2010
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||Hersam Acorn Press, NE Home CT, CT Post, Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Times, Greenwich Magazine, HOME
About Victoria Lyon Interiors
Victoria Lyon is a true Renaissance woman with talent and experience in fields ranging from art and design to business and science. Victoria's interest in the fine and decorative arts came from a family intimately involved with the worlds of antiques, art, architecture and real estate. These interests were heightened during many extended travels abroad, as well as during her studies of fine art at Smith College.
Victoria joined Polaroid Corporation in 1976 where she became Chief Photographer and Project Director for the famous Room Size Camera, which produced extraordinary life-sized art reproductions. She used this technology to develop numerous exhibitions and documentary projects at museums such as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Prado in Madrid, Spain, and the Vatican Museums in Rome. Later she became Director of Marketing, Sales and Public Relations for the Polaroid Museum Replica business, introducing the reproductions to museum retailers and into the residential and contract furnishings markets.
Victoria loves to use photography as a form of personal expression. Her richly evocative fine art photographs have been published and exhibited both here and abroad, and are included in several important collections. After pursuing further studies at the prestigious New York School of Interior Design, in 1992 Victoria opened her own interior design and decoration business. Since that time she has renovated and decorated scores of homes and gardens throughout Westchester and Fairfield counties. Her work was recently featured in the Greenwich Designer Show House â€œSummer Days at Merry woodâ€ and is soon to be featured in the upcoming reality TV series â€œThe Room of Choiceâ€.
Victoriaâ€™s forteâ€™ is her ability to move fluidly between stylistic genres. She is equally at home creating a bright, edgy contemporary, or a clean, tailored transitional environment, or one featuring a sophisticated eclectic mix of antique and modern furnishings. Her fluency in the language of many different styles enables her to confidently construct many varied and unique living environments, which reflect the personal tastes and style of their occupants.