Creating a masculine style interior with soul

12 August, 2019
bachelor pad

There’s a bit of a stereotype that a masculine style interior needs to be dark and moody. We tend to think of bachelor pad style as being rather serious and lacking in colour. But it doesn’t have to be this way!

And that’s why I’m really excited to share this concept for a more masculine interior with you.

My client was a 40-something guy living in a stunning loft-style apartment in inner Sydney. He had a really great design eye and already owned some amazing furniture. He hired me as his interior stylist because he needed some help bringing the overall look together. Most of all, he wanted a space where he could relax after work, and entertain on the weekends.

I helped him make the most of what he already had, and I sourced some additional furniture and accessories to fill some design gaps.

The apartment has amazing natural light throughout most of the day. And it didn’t really make sense design-wise to head down the ‘moody’ track. Inside we used a base of warm charcoal and biscuit beige, and then added in elements of smokey blue and a golden wheat colour. The look is definitely a masculine interior style, but with a little more heart and soul.

Masculine style interior

The finishing touches are just as important as the big ticket items in your home. And it’s often those finer details that really transform the space from a house to a home.

I work with a lot of clients who have a good idea of what their style is, and some of them have already made a great start with furniture. I can help bring the overall look together to create a cohesive design scheme that meets the brief.

Drop me an email if you’d like some help finishing off your home. I’d love to work with you.

Need some more inspo first? Listen to my podcast or check out my Instagram.

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