From Architecture Digest: "If you’re familiar with Dusen Dusen, her pattern-forward line of clothing and homewares, then you’ll know character is not the sort of thing she compromises on. This is a designer who, bored with the blah bedding market, debuted linens printed with shapes, squiggles, and fruits. Needless to say, she went for the fixer-upper.
After all, she reasoned, she knew what to expect. For several of her high school years her parents—both architects—had renovated their place in D.C. She was used to the camping-in-your-own-house thing. So she called in her dad’s D.C.-based firm, Van Dusen Architects, to help with the interiors, hired a local contractor, and set to work."
Her custom cabinets feature the same pattern found in the Pattern Puzzle, Arc.
If you look closely you might spot a few Totem Candles.
These incredible doorknobs were custom made by Nick DeMarco, a fellow Areaware designer and creator or our Pinch Clip.
by Dusen Dusen for Areaware