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A Bachelor Pad Like You've Never Seen

"The layout of the home makes it necessary to pass through the dining room many times a day, like a hallway," says Dhong. "I wanted to make it impactful, whether a person was walking through or sitting down to a meal." Because it's an interior room, the designer selected a glimmering wallpaper to reflect light. The curvy lines of the wall-mounted candelabra - scored at Past Perfect for a mere $200 - make for an electric contrast. The rug is made from two pieces of solid-colored carpet, cut and seamed together on a diagonal

A Bachelor Pad Like You've Never Seen


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“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.