7 Practical Ideas for a Cozy Bachelor Pad
Turn a bland space into a comfortable man cave with our tried-and-tested tips
In other countries like the US and Canada, most children move out of their parents' houses as soon as they turn 18. In the Philippines, this practice was once unheard of—many of us were expected to stay in the homes that we grew up in until we marry.
However, in recent years, it seems that more people are leaving the nest even before they tie the knot. Some want to live closer to work while others simply want to feel more independent. In the case of many young bachelors that have acquired their own condo units, they need a space that they can look forward to coming home to—a space where they can relax on their own or entertain their friends and family.
If you are also planning on investing in your own man cave, here are a few reminders for furnishing and decorating the space.
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