Bachelor apartments have a bad rap. When imagining a bachelor pad many people would think of a somewhat unloved, unkempt kinda space, that’s crying out for a feminine touch to kick it back into touch. But hold on. These three apartment tours are here to knock that misconception on the head. Home number one is a dynamic design that challenges the stereotypical interiors ideals. Tour two takes New York loft style to an apartment in Bangkok, Thailand, with a stunning bedroom and home workspace setup. Interior number three is an upscale Russian man cave filled with moody monochrome contrasts. All three exude enviable taste, and brim with polished sophistication.
Architect: Kupinsky & Partners
In this nonconformist abode, the interior design laughs in the face of conventionality by placing a home gym in a prized part of the open living room. The gym area is even lit around its edges to draw extra attention.
A TV lounge neighbours the gym. The screen and some sizable speakers are set against rugged living room wall texture, which builds an imposing black accent. The black media unit, coffee table and black sofa are broken apart by an intense red carpet.
An open staircase design rises through the centre of the lower floor layout. It divides the TV lounge from another cosy sitting area with a roaring fireplace.
The wood burning stove is situated beneath an eye catching chimney design. Two sleek armchairs rest side by side to watch the flames leap.
A polished marble floor reflects the glow of the fireplace.
Above the lounge chairs, a masculine piece of artwork climbs the double story height of the impressive sitting room.
The ceiling height dips over the kitchen…
… A unique kitchen pendant light descends from the slope.
The kitchen island is a split design that features a wooden dining surface at one end. The stylish kitchen bar stool design is the Hee bar stool.
Lowered ceiling height above the home gym accommodates the installation of a large punch bag. A custom cut mirror reflects form during workouts, as well as bouncing more natural light into the room.
A small pouf sits between the home entryway and gym, both for putting on outdoor shoes and workout gear.
Upstairs, the bedroom is set into the eaves.
A low bed and bedside table fit neatly under the roofline.
Black metal railings side the staircase and form the headboard wall.
A glass wall bathroom makes the bedroom seem bigger than its actual floor area.
Black sanitaryware, black fixtures and bathroom vanity lights add to the shadowy drama of the bathroom scheme.
Architect: ONG & ONG Visualizer: Tero Design
This loft style apartment is located on the 49th floor of the Circle Prototype in Central Bangkok, Thailand. The bachelor home is part of an exclusive high-rise condominium, and has been revamped to embody total sophistication. Warm timber backdrops and monolithic minerals come together to build a New York feel. A 270 degree viewing range opens the home up to an exciting city skyline.
Confident blue accents uplift the grey and wood tone interior. A black side table and square coffee table add strength and weight.
Gold accents and a designer table lamp top the black stained coffee table.
The other side of the room is dedicated to a home library. An elegant lounge chair, side table and round footstool furnish an understated reading spot by the window.
Stainless steel wraps the base of the bookcase with a light reflective quality.
All of the wood effect wall panelling, furniture, and even the kitchen are built in the same material to create one cohesive flow.
Monochrome marble clads a showstopper of a kitchen island.
Cylindrical lights protrude out of the ceiling above the kitchen island, cutting boldly through the cityscape behind. Black kitchen bar stools line up to take in the view.
White marble floor tiles form a chevron pattern across the entire living room.
Three bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms and balconies are concealed strategically by ornamentation around the interior. The stunning master bedroom is combined with a spacious home workspace.
The silhouette of the modern home office desk is minimal so as not to obscure the panorama.
A dividing wall is cut through to connect the workspace, bedroom, and the urban horizon.
A small seating area is tucked behind the cream platform bed.
The upholstered bench is accompanied by a unique wooden side table.
A walk in wardrobe completes the master suite.
This 81 square metre man cave in Omsk, Russia was created for a young bachelor who wanted to upgrade his old house. Simple monochromatic decor builds a strong and settled feel.
The lounge stands open to the kitchen diner. A round dining table echoes the outline of a stylish pendant light. The table’s pale base compliments the colour of the kitchen’s beautiful stone countertop and backsplash.
Light monochromatic decor is swapped out for its darker alternative in the bedroom. A white bedside table lamp pierces a black headboard feature wall.
Industrial style decor envelops a dividing wall that separates the sleep space from a dressing area.
Glass closet doors display the clothing collection. LED light strips softly illuminate garment racks and shelves.
On the opposite side of the industrial styled dividing wall we find another glass closet.
In the monochrome bathroom, bold black marble clads the tub. A wooden ladder shelf brings in a warmer tone.
A subtly textured feature wall ripples behind the shelving unit and a modern pedestal sink.
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