You Need This: Safe House USA

Who knew that what was missing from our bedroom was a duvet inspired by our junior high comp book? Apparently Brooklyn-based interior designer and writer Keehnan Konyah did, as his inaugural takes cues from such seemingly innocuous bits of design as the aforementioned academic classic, as well as New York streetwear, and the influential work of industry talents including and 1960s avant garde architectural collective . "I wanted to launch Safe House with bold, graphic, simple and monochromatic prints," says Konyha. "Designs that had the ability to stand alone and work together in a way that made sense." The resulting group of and are printed in wildly dynamic yet utterly minimal styles ranging from a swirled marble pattern to a confetti-styled punctuation motif. But Konyha's not stopping there. The designer, whose work has appeared in publications including The New York Times and Apartamento, is set to expand into other housewares for his next collection, SS14 (which will be released in February to coincide with Fashion Week). We're told the collection will include lined curtain panels, shower curtains, and dinnerware--here's hoping there's something chic and Pee Chee Folder inspired in the mix. header
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