All posts with tag:masculine

Former Fire Department building in Seattle is perhaps the best place for a real bachelor pad with no need to look for more. Designer Brian Paquette recently designed a masculine by character and decoration apartment in Washington’s capital for a progressive young man. An open layout, strict neutral shades with dark accents, a brick wall…

This modern apartment in Moscow was created for a bachelor, so the design was supposed to be as strict and neutral in color as possible. But the interiors had to be laconic for one more reason – the owner is a collector of paintings by contemporary Russian artists, which were supposed to become the main…

The austerity of this apartment in Sao Paulo is manifested in everything: the color scheme, the choice of materials, the style solution. But this is precisely its beauty for the owner – a young business man who appreciates functionality and character. Black accents and concrete are responsible for the character here, and an open plan,…

Among Scandinavian homes, you can rarely find purely masculine interiors with a brutal character, but they do happen sometimes. In this bold Stockholm apartment, a lot of details indicate that a man lives in it. This is an abundance of black accents, and provocative images on the walls, and art-figures of animals (the solution with…

In design of Nicholas Gurtler’s apartment in Melbourne, everything is as it should be in a designer’s home – unusual furniture and original decor items. If chairs, then the original angular forms; if paintings, then necessarily abstraction or contemporary art; if decor, then amazing forms and functions. And, of course, dark accents are everywhere, because…

The space that houses this loft in London seems to had been created ideally for bachelor living: a former warehouse with a distinct industrial character, preserved wooden beams on high ceilings, brickwork and original windows. It’s no surprise that local architect Jamie Fobert made it his home – architects tend to appreciate these spaces. It…

According to the Israeli studio K.O.T Architects, the perfect home for a modern bachelor looks just like this. This apartment in a modernist building in Tel Aviv is compact, functional and not without a touch of warmth and comfort. Minimalistic lines, hidden storage space and appliances, calm neutral colors, diluted with wooden surfaces – the…

The owner of this apartment in New York, the creative director of Joaquin Molla, is close to the aesthetics of Japanese modernism, and it became the inspiration for the design of his home. So, soft furniture and chairs in the living room come with a low rise, which is in good relation with the Eastern…