Friday, April 12, 2013

Building The Perfect Bachelor Pad - Part I

It’s a great time to be a bachelor! Ironically, one of the most watched seasons of “The Bachelor” just ended leading to some new high expectations from women. Not all bachelors can wine-and-dine a lady with a closed down amusement park and a private concert to follow, but we can help them all compete when it comes to having a comfortable bachelor pad.

Check out these quick ways to spruce up your place and bring it from college dorm room style to a classy bachelor pad living space.

1. Kitchen

Just because you may not be taking our dates to the finest restaurants in the country doesn’t
mean you can’t cater to their tastes from our own kitchens. Women care about cleanliness of a
house, so that includes where you’ll be preparing the food. Invest in some stainless steel kitchen utensils and put them on display by either hanging them from the ceiling or stacking them in a nice wooden rack. They’ll last longer and looker cleaner.

2. Don’t Forget Your Floors
It’s easy to forget about cleaning your carpet or mopping your hardwood floors, so let us tell
you about a little secret. Rugs are a great way to cut down on your floor cleaning time. In fact - they make cleaning easier, add style, color, texture and pop to your living space - they're an efficient home accessory.

Cowhide rugs can be a masculine accent to any room and are durable enough to take a spill
from a drink or scuff from a pair of shoes without showing much. These are also great “conversation
pieces” and will give you a good chance to make up a great story (or tell them you
purchase the rugs from Rawhide Company).

3. Lighting

Lighting can change depending on the room and the mood, so you’ll never go wrong with an
adjustable light switch. Seems simple, huh? Often times you’ll want lighting to be dimmer in rooms where there will be less conversations like the living room during a movie or big game or bedrooms—and brighter in entertaining areas like the kitchen, living room and dining rooms.

Quick changes to any apartment or your first house or living space can help your place become cozier for your friends and loved ones. Stay tuned for more tips on building a bachelor pad.

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