His And Hers Bachelor Apartments That Reinvent The Traditional Concept

Bachelor pads have a general image that doesn’t really describe them accurately. They’re not just spaces with a TV, a couch and nothing else, with empty beer cans everywhere and with the phone buried under pizza boxes, although sometimes this may be the case. First of all, bachelor pads aren’t just for men.

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There are plenty of single women that think of their home as their sanctuary. Interior designer Angelina Alexeeva captured this beautifully in a series of apartment projects.

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She designed his and hers bachelor apartments and they’re all stunning. They’re simple and sophisticated at the same time and they all share in common a masculine or feminine vibe, depending on the case. By using simple shapes, clean lines and neutral colors, the designer has given the apartment a fresh and modern look.

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She used hidden storage in the wall closets and in other unexpected spaces to maintain a clean and organized look and she used bold accent colors to create focal points.

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Masculine Design.

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The materials used for these projects include stone for the bathrooms and soft textures for the rest of the rooms. The designer tried to show with these creations that bachelor pads are no longer limited to spaces for men.

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They also include stylish spaces with feminine interiors. The apartments designed for men and those designed for women are very different, both in terms of interior décor and color palettes. The feminine spaces tend to be brighter and with softer shades while the masculine spaces are decorated with shades of brown and grey.