San Francisco Bachelor Pad Breaks The Stereotype With A Beautifully Balanced Design

Stereotypes are made to be broken and this is something that’s happening every day and in every domain. Today we found a perfect example to illustrate this concept. This bachelor pad belongs to photographer Jesse Leake and it’s not even close to the design you probably have in mind.

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The apartment has a total surface of 1,000 square feet and it’s located in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California.

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Its owner is a photographer who has been living here for the past 10 years so he had plenty of time to redesign the space and to personalize it. What he managed to do is quite wonderful. The apartment doesn’t have that strong masculine vibe that most bachelor pads have and this is actually very refreshing and very original.

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There’s a very nice balance here. You have the clean masculine lines softened by a lovely mix of textures and a color palette composed of neutral shades with just the right amount of color. The style is a reflection of the tenant’s preferences: a mix of vintage, industrial and modern with a Southwestern twist.

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All the rooms are bright and airy but the dining room in particular thanks to those large windows. The kitchen is very beautiful as well. It’s spacious and has visible vintage accents.{found on apartmenttherapy}.