Modern bachelors prefer to decorate their homes in a masculine way, creating a man cave becomes a hot trend, and I must say that such interiors are very sexy besides being practical and functional. Today we are sharing one more such home – an apartment in Poznan, Poland.
The apartment is a loft with a total living area of 80 square meters designed by Metaforma. The space is defined by a restraint palette of colors and materials and by simple forms and overall minimalism though it’s full of character. The usable space was maximized and filled with light through large windows. The apartment has views of the large old trees in the neighborhood, which inspired designers to go for a combination of earthy colors and natural materials.
The staircase was modified by the designers and given a more linear structure. It’s now partially placed along the glass facade and the stairs are wider. This new form also allowed the living room to be better organized, creating more space for the dining table and chairs. At the same time, it opened up the room visually, putting an emphasis on the windows, the views and the light that enters the apartment.
The apartment was also personalized to show the clients’ interests. One of them is a collector of red Ferrari cars and you can see them showcased along the living room wall by the stairs while the other is a collector of music discs. These little details enrich the decor and make it feel like home. At the same time, they add a touch of color to an otherwise mostly neutral space.