10 Bedroom Design Tips For Bachelors

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Any bachelor worth his manliness will vouch for practicality and a minimalist lifestyle any day over a complicated impractical lifestyle, and this typically translates in many obvious ways from his living space décor and bedroom design. Simple does it could very well be the headlining tag for any bachelor and here are some great tips on bedroom designs for bachelors.

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1. Clean White Bed Sheets

You never go wrong with white bed sheets, it’s no wonder that’s the standard for any luxury mattress at 5 star hotels. There are enough reasons for dressing your bed with white bed sheets, and these include:

  • They have a sure litmus indication when they get dirty and need cleaning
  • Cleaning white bed sheets is made easier with white bleaching disinfectant which tackles stubborn stains leaving them bright white, clean and fresh
  • You also cannot mistake clean white sheets, and they are not only very welcoming to any bachelor but to his hosted guests as well – a bachelor with white bed sheets is a clean guy, hands down!

A good investment would be some cotton sheets with high thread count and fabric density which feels soft; such fabric stays airy due to its porous nature unlike certain synthetic fabrics.

 

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2. Drawer Chest

This doesn’t have to be an over-the-top drawer chest, but even a small yet tasty piece of furniture like a miniature drawer chest will make all the difference in a bachelor’s bedroom design. If you have a small bedroom space, one that takes up lateral height with ample storage space will not only be a bedroom design piece but practical furniture for your clothing and other bachelor stuff.
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3. Dining Table

No, this is not overboard dining furniture that will take up all your bedroom space, but an alternative table set aside where you can dine from, from the comfort of your neatly designed bedroom area.
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4. Bedroom Desk

You may or may not have your office desk in the home office, but a bedroom desk will be that neatly tucked furniture piece where you can comfortably study and work from without leaving the luxurious comfort of your bedroom. It can be picked out to express your individuality, tastes or as a signature piece which bolsters your energy levels whenever you sit at it.

 

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5. Book Shelf

Just within an arm’s stretch from your bedroom desk, would a book shelf complement your bedroom setup. Feel free to showcase your favourite books, picture frames, and lifetime collections or awards and trophies… The purpose of this shelf will be to exhibition and not some space where you can toss things to be sorted later. It could very well become the centerpiece of your bedroom design, and the more personality you give it the better you portray yourself.

 

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6. Mannish Lighting

There’s no separating a bachelor from his mannish lighting and the bedroom design offers a great opportunity for you to express your creative lighting streak. There are endless lighting options to choose from, including 3-way lighting switches, sconces, fancy dimmers, artistic lamps, modern dimmers, mannish chandeliers, and the list goes on and on… For the bedroom design, the key consideration should be that the light should not disrupt the sleep but facilitate for the mood setting and set the bedroom ambiance for different seasons and times. The use of lamps could come in handy at the bedroom desk and at the bedroom dining table separate from the main central lighting. You could also set up a pair of bedside lamps with easy access to the dimmer switch from the comfort of your bedside for control of the main light.
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7. Bedroom Sofa

Feel free to stray from the norm that is having a sectional seat in a bachelor pad by including a stylish, ultra modern sofa set that won’t feel too cosy but maintain your mannish style. This could be a convertible sofa seat that easily translates to a sleeping section without taking up too much extra space especially if your bedroom space is limited.
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8. Bedroom Wallpaper

A touch of wallpaper could make a world of difference with regards to aesthetic value, personality and creating sectional illusions for a limited bachelor pad sleeping area. There is no limitation as to how far you can utilize the wallpaper, be it a ceiling-to-floor setup, a mid-rift wallpaper, or a ceiling lining wallpaper, or even just a simple patchwork wallpaper job, say around the shelf or bedroom desk area…

 

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9. Plush Carpet

No, this is not a feminine concept, but will almost become a necessity especially in the cold winter season when the floor gets way too cold for comfort. You will be spoilt for choice from all the available carpet designs in the market, but a good start will be to invest in a tufted yarn carpet which is thick and plush and feels like sinking your feet into a low density memory foam mattress topper. It doesn’t have to run from wall to wall but could be a centerpiece around the bedroom dining table and around the bedroom desk area.
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10. Texturized Foot Rug

Failing to include a textured, warm foot rug right beside your bed at the foot area would be a great bedroom design faux pas, even for the most brutish bachelor. It not only makes total design sense, but will also make it easier for you to step out of bed before you can slip your warm feet into your bedroom sandals.

 

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Bedroom Flatscreen Television

For the sake of keeping it mannish, it goes without mentioning that a TV screen would not be an exclusion in a bachelor’s bedroom design. Key options being a wall mounted flat screen television which would ideally be ergonomically placed for viewing from all sitting and sleeping angles in the bedroom design space; or a bed inclined TV set that is remote controlled so as to recline and ascend accordingly within the bed space.

 

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It is not recommended to have too many electronics within the vicinity of the sleeping space, due to electromagnetic interference (plus it’s just not good for the bedroom Feng Shui)… However, where unavoidable, in the case of a television screen, you can get away with any positioning that is not too close to the bed and not too obstructive to your sleeping comfort.

 

 

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