What are the typical guy prerequisites for their bachelor pad spaces? That they look cool, feel “like a man” and provide comfort. Yes, so this is a bit of a stereotype, but let’s be real: many men prefer neutral and darker tonalities. More gray and blue, less bright pink and yellow. The following showcase some coveted bachelor pad spaces, from an uber-chic bathroom to a game room that speaks to his inner adult child.
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The bachelor shower. This curbless shower is super chic with rock tiling in the shower, black stone tiles on both the shower walls and bathroom floor (in different patterns for a nice contrast) and a somber gray-blue to create a spa-like touch. Plus, a “his and his” rain shower. Nice!
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The bachelor bedroom. This is a great example of neutrals coming together to create interest rather than blah. It’s all about layering texture with the black-and-white shag rug, patterned bedspread and eye-catching huge print of the desert (possibly the Grand Canyon?) over the bed. With all the dark accents like the leather bed frame and wood chairs, it’s wise to keep the wall color a neutral cream hue that warms up this bachelor pad space.
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The bachelor game room. A full bar with built-in flat screen TV—score! Add ceiling uplighting, funky hanging lights, dark purple (borderline black) painted walls and a black pool table and you’ve got all the ingredients for a dream game room that screams BACHELOR PAD. But let’s face it, any bachelorette would probably love this setup, too.