The dream of many bachelors today is to have an interior design theme that virtually entices a woman with a statement of pure untainted masculinity. His idea of interiors is usually straight forward and uncomplicated – which is fine. But for those of you, who feel confident in achieving that interior bliss, try the following:
• Hang great artwork
• Roll out an interesting rug
Rugs are an easy way to brighten your décor and add a vivid focal point. Be it traditional, oriental, contemporary, sheepskin or shaggy. They can also cover up ugly floors and be transferred from room to room.
• Jazz up an empty corner
Why not place a tall indoor plant – caring for a living thing will reveal your sensitive side. A lofty sculpture or a beautiful ceramic vase would be great alternatives too.
• Eliminate clutter
Unsightly wires, board games, gadgets and gizmos can easily be concealed in sleek entertainment centres.
• Introduce a feature wall
Paint one wall behind the bed or the television, for example, in a rich colour like a dark putty grey, sage green, chocolate brown or dark red. As well as colour, texture can also enhance a feature wall – 3D particle board, natural materials such as stone or wood, wallpaper.
• Add a headboard
A great looking masculine headboard with clean lines and a luxurious texture would definitely make a bold statement. Popular textures include suede, velvet and leather.
• Personalize your area
Display objects that reflect your hobby or passion, use colours you love and make it look lived in and comfortable
• Get the lighting right
Create different atmospheres with the help of dimmer switches, up lighters, table lamps, floor lamps. If your budget allows, then invest in an automated lighting system which allows you to control various mood settings at the touch of a sensory panel
• And finally gentlemen without this tip, the above do not stand a chance – keep your pad CLEAN and smelling FRESH!!