Many perceive loft style literally, try to fill such spaces with rough brutal furniture and decor items. But in this Los Angeles loft, architects of Marmol Radziner decided to play with opposing styles and textures. Wall decoration, open communications, rough materials – the basis of interiors here is the classical industrial. At the same time, furniture items are more refined and elegant, made of trendy expensive materials. We must say this contrast between completely different design elements looks awesome!
Scandinavian interiors are often blamed for dullness and monochrome, but this small bachelor apartment in Moscow is a completely different story. The owner lived in Denmark for some time and feels comfortable in Scandinavian minimalism. But in gray Moscow he really wanted more color, so that architect Boris Denisyuk filled the interior with touches of trendy pastel blue and pink. Despite the fact that the apartment is in a Stalin-era building and there was not much room for replanning, the living room and kitchen actually were united into one space. In general, this is a rather unusual colorful masculine dwelling.
Despite the fact that the window views in this bachelor apartment in Seattle can be admired for a whole day (in the living room there is even a telescope for this!), and the interiors seem to have to fade into the background, the designers still managed to create a very stylish environment. The owner moved from Alaska, so in the decoration, a lot of wood was used to emphasize his rural origin. At the same time, the design as a whole is quite modern, in line with the spirit of the big city. Interestingly, the ceilings here are quite low, but this did not stop designers from trimming them with a dark wood. Awesome project!
Buildings with such gorgeous interior spaces are a big luxury for a modern city, even for such architecturally beautiful one as Stockholm. The former industrial building of 1912 was recently converted into a prime residential complex, and this apartment is perhaps the coolest unit in the house. It occupies the last two floors, and the open living room boasts a second light and unique arched windows. Interior design was created by the best Swedish designers in a strict manner with a masculine character. Stunning!
The interiors of this Brazilian apartment makes you remember the famous carnival in Rio and the colorful summer life that reigns on the popular city beaches. About we mentioned the beach for a reason: all the windows of the home opens directly to Ipanema – a favorite place for local tourists and tourists with white sand and turquoise ocean. Here a young bachelor lives, but there is no dark tones at all – only the riot of colors. Enjoy!
Taiwanese designers have already proved they can do very interesting and stylish projects of modern apartments, that can compete with the best world designers. Today we want to share another excellent project from this eastern country – a cool masculine loft in dark colors in the capital of Taiwan. The home is a completely open space, zoned with glass partitions. Excellent modern city dwelling!
This Brazilian loft was created to make the wow-effect to everyone who gets into it. High ceilings and an all-glass wall, which opens to breathtaking views of the bay and the local port – the living room space is incredible in every way. Impressive are also paintings and photographs in the huge frames that decorated the interiors of each room. Stunning project!
The owner of this apartment in St. Petersburg, Russia, did not just want his home to be stylish and modern. With this apartment, he wanted to start a new life, so the interiors had to be appropriate. The old finishes and decor were completely removed. On the area of 165 sqm, there is a very spacious open living-kitchen space with dining room, the rest of the home is occupied by bedrooms, bathroom and some technical premises. The main feature of the apartment is the “smart home” system, which allows you to manage everything from your smartphone: change the temperature, humidity, lighting, turn on household appliances, music and monitor the safety of the apartment. In this house, starting life with a clean slate is a complete pleasure!
The owner of this apartment in St. Petersburg, Russia, wanted to have a spacious living room area where he can receive guests, also a fireplace, a sauna and a lot of storage space. At 125 sqm of a total area, all this was skillfully arranged by designer Olga Dianova. Here the living room is combined with the kitchen, there is also a spacious bathroom with a dry sauna, a separate bedroom, and a study room where an extra bed is placed. Despite the fact that a man lives here, the interior did not turn out to be monochrome, brown or gray. There are yellow, green and pink details. All this, as well as a bold approach to design, made it possible to create a bright and interesting home!
Today we have a selection of awesome masculine homes. One our opinion, the bachelor’s space is a kind of symbiosis of chaos and order where a man lives perfectly in some incomprehensible way. But allow us to destroy this only a partially truthful myth, showing you examples of 10 impressive bachelor apartments, which even girls can envy. Bachelor pad A cave for a man is a place where he can rest, regain strengths, analyze his wins and failures, and refresh to a new day or season. In such a place everything must build an appropriate atmosphere. Exactly this type of apartment was found in Sweden, which seems to be designed for a real Viking. 50 shades of his apartment Choosing the right color scheme is one of the most important aspects when designing a home for a man. Dark colors are the most popular with this choice. But using just […]