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Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood

By • Jan 22, 2015

London-based studio Daniel Hopwood completed the interior of this Bachelor Pad for two brothers.

It is located in Barnes, a suburban district in south-west London, England.

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Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood:

“For two brothers we created a self-contained apartment within a new basement dig out. It was a large challenging space which we broke down into two bedrooms and bathrooms, a large party room with kitchen and a closed off cinema room with terrace.

All joinery including the kitchen was created by us at a fraction of the cost of Wigmore Street and tailored specifically to our clients’ needs. The need to party! Consequently we created a dark and moody scheme with bright splashes of colour, using durable material nothing can break, even those highly polished lacquer surfaces which are, in fact, a special acrylic that can be re-polished. Character has been added by blending some family hand me downs and twentieth century vintage.

The brief was for the best and the best can be expensive but there is no doubt the apartment will keep on shining throughout the boys’ bachelorhood.”

Photos by: Matt Chung

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2 Comments to Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood

  1. Khai says:

    Ugly….i think this is done by women designer, men and flower (especially red) does not mix.

  2. Blake says:

    This place is really spectacular. Love the red accents…the round ball chair and the kitchen table and chairs are retro-amazing. I’m big on natural elements being blended into modern spaces, such as the wood and flowers – and last time I checked, I’m a manly man.

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