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A Bachelor Pad Like You've Never Seen

"The 1970s were sensual, and so is this cream-colored coffee table from that era," says Dhong of the goatskin-covered piece with brass inlays. "I wanted that jolt of sexy for this room, plus it looks good against the dark colors around it." The chairs, clearly inspired by Arne Jacobsen's famous egg design, were purchased on Amazon. "I bought them intending to recover them," says Dhong. "But I was pleasantly surprised by their good quality. They didn't need a thing."

A Bachelor Pad Like You've Never Seen

December 7, 2012

We're happy to present this post from California Home + Design!

“He is like a straight, British Anderson Cooper who drives an Aston Martin,” says interior designer Benjamin Dhong describing his San Francisco, CA, Marina-dwelling client. Dhong was hired to bring a blend of modernity and elegance to the man's new three-story townhouse. The designer describes the assignment as "a master class in problem-solving." Dhong met the challenge with a unique blend of styles and materials, and the result is an interior that makes the grade.