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Elaborate lookbooks, beautifully bound, are prepared at the start of every @dimorestudio commission—compilations, co-founder Britt Moran adds, of “sensations, poetry, and images that act as a style guide, with disposition of the pieces of furniture, how the spaces are going to work, the fabrics, and the colors.” @dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten were smitten with the firm when they brought them on to reimagine their London townhouse, though with reservations. “A pumpkin-colored room with a blush-pink ceiling? Hmmmm. I don’t know about that,” Dan recalls. “Sometimes they can be very out there.” Says Dean, “You have to trust them.” Trust is why the kitchen has olive-brown cabinets offset by a pale sage-green floor, a combination, Dan admits, that “sounded weird to me, but when you see them together it works.” The home office, pictured here, is outfitted with Osvaldo Borsani chairs, a vintage desk, and a Stilnovo pendant lamp. See more of the home via the link in our profile. Photo by @paulraeside; text by @adaesthete; styled by @gianlucalongogg

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