Bachelor pads are something else completely. Full of sturdy, masculine vintage tan and black leathers, steel, bare brick, concretes and dark colors, they ooze cool and a nonchalant messyness. A vintage Mid Century piece here, punchbags, weights or even a Harvey careless hung, placed or parked somewhere else, mancave style.

Contemporary and minimal yes, blending form and function yes as all these guys need is a couch, a huge tv and a pizza delivered to the door. Ready for hot parties, interesting conversation with friends, visible art- and hobby preferences visible, these interiors tell a story. The modern day bachelor prefers to live in lofts, houseboats or some other unusual location. And I don’t blame them, to be honest, I wouldn’t mind living in one of these bachelor pads too šŸ™‚ Enjoy the masculine eyecandy.

Bachelor Pads

The ultimate pad for a succesfull cool bachelor, lots of blacks, steel and leathers

Bachelor Pads

The very masculine London city barge, a pied-a-terre for entrepreneur Lee Thornley, founder of design firm Bert and May – via Houzz

Bachelor Pads

and this is the city-barge interior, so cool

Bachelor Pads

A Manhattan townhouse gym adjoining the roof terrace with jacuzzi, although I am not a bachelor, I sure could live here – via AD

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Vintage leather and Mid Century Eames Chaise by Ray and Charles Eames

Bachelor Pads

Sturdy and strong, vintage tan leather and steel

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New York bachelor loft, designed by Jenny Wolf Interiors

Bachelor Pads

Lots of tan leathers loftstyle

Bachelor Pads

Detail of a Notting Hill appartment designed by Staffan Tollgard, very masculine design with all the chrome and dark colors

Bachelor Pads

Cool home office with a masculin vibe added by using lots of steel and concrete – via Design Inspiration

Bachelor Pads

The bachelor gym

Bachelor Pads

A Jetson chair and a boxing bag, how much more masculine do you need

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