Monday, May 23, 2011

Take a tour around a modern bachelor pad

White kitchen

The textured slate floor, along with the hardwood worktops, adds richness to the white and stainless-steel scheme in this kitchen. The skylights allow light to flood into the room, minimising the closed-off effect from the partition wall. 


Black, red and white dining room

This round table, perfect for entertaining, is a great centrepiece for the rest of the modern design in this dining room. The red is a stark contrast to the black and white, its impact strengthened by repetition of the colour in the poster. 


Sleek living room

In the main living space, frosted glass wall panels are perfect cover-ups for shelves and storage, as well as hiding the flue for the open fire. The wood veneer echoes the teak used in the kitchen. A fuchsia coffee table, which was originally a footstool, but has been transformed with toughened glass, lifts the dark wood for a shot of modern colour. 


Open-plan hallway

To create a designated hallway space, where the stairs are kept separate from the rest of the open-plan living area, partition walls have been erected around the staircase. Painted matt black and teamed with an Oriental-style sideboard, this structure doesn't fail to make an impact. 


Streamlined modern bathroom

A wide shelf in front of the bath, for candles, flowers and toiletries, adds to the luxurious feeling in this  bathroom. A mirrored wall doubles the sense of light and space, while the neutral stone, continued from the floor onto the bath, creates a seamless, modern look. 


Masculine bedroom

Wood veneer panels hide storage and lighting in this bedroom. A purple bedspread and curtains bring colour to the room, lightening the moody vibe and adding a sumptuous feel. The padded leather headboard brings a touch of hotel chic. 

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