A single man has to imprint his smell, his signature, his style and personality in the home he lives in. This contemporary Yaletown loft in Vancouver contours perfectly the “the ultimate bachelor pad for the ultimate bachelor client”, as it was fairly named. Rough materials, voluminous furniture, soft couches/chairs/bed and dark colors emanate masculinity.
The kitchen is mostly not for cooking, although it is well equipped, because its purpose becomes clear when you see all that space for ice and beer. In the living room, comfortable is the word. Everything is centered around the big TV plasma on the wall, with many places to sit and relax while the bachelor drinks beer and enjoys a sport game with his fellas.
Bathroom and bedroom remain in the same simple lines. Men usually don’t like complicate things so much. After all, as bachelors, a proper apartment to describe them, like this one, is perfect to give them the freedom and power feeling they might lose when they’ll decide to commit to a woman.