A SINGLE MAN: Some Masculine Bedrooms for The Fellas

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Today’s post is for the single fellas… that’s all you men (young and old) who are living in your own place sans mom, dad, and significant other. It is a beautiful time, and probably the only time, when you will wield full control over your domain. The truth is, for many of you, the future holds a significant other who will, among other things, bring what seems like far far far too many throw pillows into your life. That said, let’s enjoy the moment and celebrate one of the many unsung perks of bachelorhood – doing up your place exactly as you see fit – all manly like. Above – bedroom design by Dirk Denison and Michael Richman, featuring one gorgeous desk by Silvio Cavatorta. Photo by Nathan Kirkman.



Bedroom in the Brooklyn, New York Wythe Hotel by Morris Adjmi Architects. The wallpaper featuring a masculine hammer and saw motif is by Dan Funderburgh and available through Flavor Paper.



Bedroom in the southern France home of Thierry Gautier (director of Van Cleef & Arpel) designed by Studio KO. The triptych art is by Manolo Chretien, the bench is 1960s Scandinavian and the bedside lamp is by Verner Panton. Photo via Belle Dec./Jan. 2010



The master bedroom in the Aspen home of Aerin Lauder. Interior design by Aerin and Daniel Romualdez. An Andreas Gursky photo hangs above the low oak bed. Featured in Vogue.


Bedroom featuring Selene Bed by Antonio Citterio for Maxalto. Photo via B&B Italia.



Bedroom in a West Village apartment designed by Dana Nicholson Studio. Featured in Interiors Digital.




A bedroom by Roche Bobois.




A guest bedroom in Valencia, Spain’s Caro Hotel. Design by Francesc Rifé Studio. Photo by Fernando Alda.




Nothing says masculine like simple bedding and wood paneling. Photo by Marcus Lawett.



New York apartment by designer/stylist Tom Delavan. The dark walls, wood trim and simple furnishings work together perfectly to create a unique and thoroughly masculine space.




Bedroom in the New York apartment of Calvin Klein fashion designer, Francisco Costa.




Interior design by Mark Cunningham.



Guetroom in the London home of designer Peter Mikic. The dark walls papered in hemp by Altfield, add texture, depth and a definite masculine feel. Featured in Elle Decor.



Possibly the ultimate color scheme for a masculine bedroom – crisp white linens, set off by shades of rich chocolate and slightly faded blues. Photo via ArkPad.



Dark blinds or tailored shades are always striking, and a great choice for a masculine bedroom. Interior styling by Louisa Grey.




Bedroom featuring the low rise Tufty Bed by Patricia Urquiola and the Surface table by Vincent Van Duysen. Photo via B&B Italia.




Bedroom in the New York apartment of designer Donna Karen. The furniture is custom made from solid teak and the large canvas art is by Gregory Colbert. Featured in Elle Decor Spain.



A Parisian bedroom designed by Jean-Louis Deniot.



Formerly part of a suite of offices in the Melbourne Port Authority building, this bedroom came pre-equipped with some seriously masculine wood paneling. Interior design by Ljiljana Gazevic. Featured in Vogue Living.




Bedroom in a fully renovated early 20th century Barcelona finca. Above the bed hangs an 18th century Spanish painting and to the left stands a French Napoleon III cabinet.




The frame of a Louis XVI chair stands as a sculptural piece.




The bedroom bleeds into an library where a Cassina LC6 table and a Kartell Maui Chair provide working space. Featured in Nuevo Estilo.


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There are 11 comments on this post
  1. March 28, 2013

    stunning spaces, alex. very good eye.

    • D
      March 28, 2013

      Thank you! So glad you liked them.

  2. Jared
    September 17, 2013

    I love most of these!

    • D
      September 17, 2013

      Glad to hear it, Jared!

  3. February 26, 2014

    I am really speechless to saw the above bedrooms. Because all the above bedrooms are well furnished. It’s my dream to decorate my bedroom exceptional than other. The above bedroom furniture are truly attractive and eye-catching . I just wanna to make my bedroom like this.

    • D
      February 26, 2014

      Yes. I’d love for my bedroom to look like one of these as well! So glad you enjoyed them.

  4. Salome gunter
    April 20, 2014

    Absolutely beautiful rooms with a strong europian touch!

    All rooms have an immense calmness.

  5. March 16, 2015

    Fabulous !!! Hats off to that particular man who is behind this superb creativity …

  6. October 6, 2015

    Thanks for sharing such a good information with us. Thanks again.

  7. October 6, 2015

    Thanks for sharing this with us, Thanks again

  8. December 10, 2015

    I agree that interior designers have an eye for detail that the average person might not. As mentioned, this can affect mood among other things. There have been times when I’ve rearranged my room and it lifts my spirits every time I walk in. This can be true for an entire house, or even a shop or work space. One of the biggest things retail companies use is the appearance of their store. Thanks for sharing this post!

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