Masculine interior for a young bachelor
When it comes to interior design, bright and airy spaces are almost always more welcome than dark ones. However, this doesn’t mean that dark color can’t be successfully used in interior design. This is a lovely mini flat is a great example of dark masculine interior. Masculine decors tend to be wonderfully uncomplicated and more focused on practicality and functionality. They’re also usually defined by a restraint palette of colors and materials and by simple forms and overall minimalism. That doesn’t make them boring or unappealing in any way and the best way to prove it is with an example.
The apartment with a total living area of 87 square meters was transformed into a stylish bachelor home with a decor that’s simple and full of character. The flat’s owner is used to keeping everything under control, so for this reason Yodezen team decided to use an open-space layout, and arrange all areas of the apartment (lounge, small dining area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom) in such a way that every room could be viewed from any other room. The space of the apartments is conventionally divided by glass partitions, and the zoning issues are partially solved by furniture arrangement. The overall openness of the space is also ensured by the presence of large windows. The designers went with a combination of earthy colors and natural materials. Impressive textured wall in sleeping area enrich the decor and make it feel more masculine. Even though simple, the apartment’s interior design is very expressive.