Distressed Leather Bean Bag Chair For the Bachelor

Posted 7 months ago by

Masculine elements are some of the most fun and interesting pieces to incorporate into a home. Whether it’s a giant leather offering or a unique heavy metal object– even a pool table or game equipment can be a great touch to an otherwise bland room. A space without an identity can be enlivened with the simplest…

Dark and Contemporary Tel Aviv Bachelor Space

Posted 8 months ago by

Pitsou Kedem Architects created a gorgeous home that’s not your typical dream interior. Though it’s suited perfectly for a bachelor, this Tel Aviv apartment has all of the needed elements of a beautiful home. Dark colors, reflective surfaces and plenty of easy to clean surfaces make up a majority of the interior. Clean lines and minimalist…

Contemporary Bachelor Pad With an Indoor Pool

Posted 10 months ago by

Bachelor pads have some of the most creative and interesting interior designs, and Weir Phillips Architects knows how to create a masculine space. Open and bright, this otherwise narrow floor plan seems much larger with natural light flooding from above areas of the home. Contemporary art dots the walls with visually stimulating shapes and water inspired…

Masculine Industrial Loft Space

Posted 10 months ago by

Small oft designs are typically seen as an endeavor of a minimalist, but this particular masculine space is cozy and inviting. Not scared to have too many personal items exposed, this space incorporates many built in storage items but doesn’t shy away from other methods of display. Materials in this home are rich in color, texture…

Artfully Masculine Bachelor Pad

Posted 10 months ago by

A home that’s equipped for a bachelor isn’t that difficult to accomplish. Grab a black leather sofa, all other black interior furnishings, add an X-box and you’ve got yourself a generic single guy’s home. Well, there are others out there that have got some personal style of their own when it comes to interiors. This particular…

The Pinnacle of Games in the Living Room: A Foosball Coffee Table

Posted 1 year ago by

If there’s one thing that a bachelor pad or man cave needs, it’s a proper game table. While the square footage requirements needed for things like pool, foosball and poker are slightly on the high end, there are some two-in one solutions available. Chicago Gaming has a great option for a foosball table and coffee table…

Historic Gas Station Turned Industrial Bachelor Pad

Posted 1 year ago by

New Orleans is a beautiful city to explore, and there’s no better spot for a man’s getaway (say, bachelor party?) than renting out this 2,000 square foot gas station turned eclectic loft. While the exterior has just been updated, the interior is a whole other story. The interior of this former fill up location built in…

Art Filled London Space Beaming with Character

Posted 1 year ago by

A home that can be described as artfully cultured, bachelor-esque or just plain fun all involve this London residence. Located in Clerkenwell, London– this space doesn’t just stop adding color with art. KMK Architects designed this naturally lit space to have plenty of additional elements that add to the overall space. Colorful lighting that’s been recessed…

Dark and Rustic Bachelor’s Gramercy Park Loft

Posted 1 year ago by

Bachelor pads are typically more of a simple, thrown together type of space– but when it comes to this Gramercy Park Penthouse that’s certainly not the case. Enveloped in dark and rich materials, this interior is fit for a king. The Narofsky designed home is both parts chic and rustic; nothing too contemporary and not too…

Esquire’s Luxe Bachelor Pad Master Suite

Posted 1 year ago by

Bachelor pads that look a fraction of anything like this master suite are far and few between, and it would only make sense that this is Esquire Magazine’s “Showcase House” that’s curated by professional designers each year. In 2010, designer Annette English had the honor of bringing the Master Suite concept to fruition. With custom beads…