7 Must-See Bachelor Pads
A peek inside the modern contemporary spaces of successful single men
Nothing establishes your freedom and independence more than the act of moving out of your family home and living on your own. For these bachelors, their private spaces also allow them to express their character and personality.
For his two-bedroom condo, Daniel de Castro needed a space that he describes as “modern without being cold, minimalist yet comfortable, and functional without sacrificing style.” To create the two-bedroom condo of his dreams, he turned to interior designer Kristine Neri-Magturo for help.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-bachelor-pad-defined-by-designer-furniture-and-personalized-touches
In this condo unit in the city, interior designer Wilan Dayrit reflected the homeowner's taste with three design elements: the natural form of wood, the hardness of stone, and the softness of fabric. The makeover resulted in a clean, streamlined place with an open layout that combines the bar, living, and dining areas.
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A small condo can be just as stylish, functional, and comfortable as any big house. This potential is realized in a 40sqm bachelor pad owned by Francis Flores. In the hands of interior designer Wilmer Lopez, this weekend home now allows Francis to relax, unwind, and try a few of his ideas for his dream: a bar and lounge.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/industrial-style-sets-a-40sqm-bachelor-pad-apart
To create a space that would celebrate his passions, Dr. Bien Po turned his two-bedroom condo into a “mini-gallery.” Aside from being stylish and comfortable, this bachelor pad reflects his love for travel, photography, graphic design, and even interior design.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-two-bedroom-condo-with-sleek-masculine-style
When Chako Hirayama of Design Hirayama+Quesada saw the 198sqm condo of her bachelor client, she immediately knew that the large balcony would be the unit’s focal point. To reflect the same airy and breezy feel within the unit itself, she had the actual dividers—the kitchen countertop separating it from the dining area, for instance—torn down, in order to create a seamless flow from the kitchen and dining area to the living room and back.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/japanese-aesthetic-for-a-198sqm-bachelor-s-condo
For news reporter Nelson Canlas, his 41sqm condo with a monochromatic theme serves as a refuge. Despite its size, the condo is not left wanting in space, storage, and oomph. Interior designer Jeng Buluag exercised creativity in designing storage spaces that are sleek and space efficient. The designer also implemented ideas that are out-of-the-box and visually arresting.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-sleek-and-modern-minimalist-dream-home
In this two-bedroom space owned and designed by Daki Fernando, white walls serve as the perfect backdrop for colorful artwork and home accessories. The Fine Arts professor at the University of the Philippines drew inspiration from the 1930s art galleries – the first spaces to have white walls.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-modern-classic-renovation-for-a-makati-condo