Dimore Studio wants every single one of their interior design projects to be a timeless visual and emotional pathway. They accept every single challenge and make it unique in their own way.
The Canadian stars and twins Dean and Dan Caten wanted a traditional London interior design for their new townhouse. All modern wasn’t entirely what they were aiming for when picturing the final product of their new home, which sounded odd said by them since the brothers’ label has been for 20 years pretty much all about a contemporary rock and roll style.
They wanted a representation of a classic example of a local real estate but with their own special touch! After a search in the west London area, the Caten brothers fell in love with an imposing building, that was facing the Regent’s Canal in the Maida Vale. Filled with interior design ideas in their minds ready to become something tangible in real life.
Dean and Dan Caten asked their friends Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Milan’s iconic design, art, and fashion firm Dimore Studio to decorate its new grand gem. Having in mind that each project and client is unique, Dimore Studio aims to come up with a new concept for every new design. The idea for this project was to come up with a place that showed the amazing wonders found by two travelers and all the findings they could have brought back from all the adventures in the world.
Everything was carefully thought of by Dimore Studio, it’s why it all works harmoniously in this project. From the fabric to the colors, from the sensations aimed to be felt to the images displayed or even the way the furniture is arranged. Certain elements in this interior design were odd, even for the twins. At first, the thought of a pumpkin-colored room with a blush-pink ceiling was something that they didn’t know if was adequated for their taste, but the Caten brothers were ready to trust Dimore Studio and give it a try.
Not-so-surprisingly, it all works. The olive-brown cabinets combined by a pale sage-green floor, the folding divider for the dining and living area made of amber stained glass, so dark that it seems that someone’s inside of a cave, it’s odd but works out in this interior design project.
Dimore Studio‘s inspiration ranges from the ’20s all the way to the ’70s, and it’s a combination of all the things they studio normally does in all of their projects but with a better touch due to the house’s proportions. Twins Dean and Dan Caten think it all worked pretty well and are very satisfied and surprised to like it so much!