More and more young bachelors choose home décor that reflects that it’s a young man’s retreat. This modern home is a really stylish man’s cave designed airy and full of light. It’s not that type of moody and dark man caves that we got used to see but a functional and simple open-plan apartment for a young man.
The color palette is simple and modern: beige, green, grey, white and warm woods and plywood. The décor is modern and stylish, just a bit of industrial style incorporated – a couple of lamps and lights. There’s a lot of wood used in décor that gives warmth and coziness to the interior. Most of all I love this voluminous wooden block wall, it creates an eye-catchy look and its parts can be used as shelves.
The kitchen is also clad with warm woods to give it a modern and cozy look. The backsplash is unique: it’s a window that brings light in and allows to enjoy the big city life while cooking. Besides, a glass backsplash is easy to maintain.
The living space is modern and simple, extensive glazing with a large balcony give nice views and a corner sofa in fresh green is a good idea to invite friends. A coffee table is made of the same stacked wood that echoes with the wood black wall, industrial ceiling lamps remind that it’s a bachelor’s space and give it a bit of masculine feel.
The dining space is minimalist and is located right next to the ceiling to floor window to enjoy the views while eating. A simple wooden table and a couple of black chairs is right what you need to dine without fuss.
The bedroom is a cozy space with a floor to ceiling window, and the owner can use a balcony from the bedroom, too. There’s a cool upholstered bed, a wardrobe with a mirror and some shelves – what else does a bachelor need?