5 bachelor pads trends that will want you to create one

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The bean bag, a cosy bar counter, play zone are the elements we visualise when it comes to bachelor pad. Today when we seek a bachelor pad it has changed terminology in terms of design as it is regardless of gender. The modern lifestyle of techie and creative bachelors has evoked a lot of trends. Here are some bachelor pad trends regardless of your gender.

  1. The black factor
5 bachelor pads trends that will want you to create one
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Black has always been a style statement for many objects, but when it comes to spaces it us a thought to put it into our spaces. But a bachelor pad has that one one corner which includes a black bean bag, a lounge chair or some office furniture that creates a bold and edgy statement of the person residing. 

  1. A blend of your personality
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A modern person with the love for your roots. Well if you are in the modern cosmopolitan culture yet you love your roots and miss your hometown then you can surely add decor elements and state pieces that depicts or has an element from that particular region. This diversified look not only keeps you at peace but also can be the most attractive part of your home as it has been combined consciously.

  1. Make a Cohesive space that ideates work and play
5 bachelor pads trends that will want you to create one
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Want to stroll around just like your office in between hectic work days? Make a cohesive workspace that has elements that bring joy around you when you feel monotonous around your regular space. Add your objects that help you to fulfil your hobby or some beautiful photos by making a memory wall of your best times.

  1. Elevate the technology
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A simple and most convenient way is to add some technology to your tiny space. Gaming, music system or some good appliance that makes your life easier and better. This can help you to manage your time and keeps the hassle away. This will in turn help you to elevate your moods and keep you at convenience.

  1. Play with geometry and white
5 bachelor pads trends that will want you to create one
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Expecting a mid century or classic Scandinavian design abode. Then whites with wooden touch is perfect to elevate your mood. As white shade is relatable to serenity, adding some geometry can add some funk to your space. The Genz vibe from the abstract geometries that add the contemporary vibe to your space is a perfect sweet spot of the bachelor pad.

Written by Drashti Patel

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