Lena Dunham practically exudes Brooklyn. Now, whether that’s based on reality or the influence of her character Hannah Horvath on her TV series Girls is anybody’s guess. A real estate player in her own right, she built her way up from a $500,000 Brooklyn Heights starter home to a $4.8 million BH four bedroom to a trendy $3 million three-bedroom in Williamsburg. Apparently Williamsburg didn’t take, since she listed her property just two months after buying it to cross the river to the West Village. Now, the writer and actress feels at home in her new Ariel Okin-designed space and was featured this month in Domino. Features include furniture by 20th century Italian designer Ettore Sottsass, paintings by her father Carroll Dunham, trending pastels, and cat-embroidered pillows.
Photos by Alberto Zanetti, courtesy of Domino