Bachelor Style

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St. Martin's Press, Nov 8, 2002 - Architecture - 216 pages
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Bachelor Style showcases some of the most fabulous bachelor pads imaginable - whether a boat shed, a country shack, a high-tech apartment with state-of-the-art media and exercise equipment, a low-tech loft with boxing gym, a proper country house, or an exotic hideaway on a palm-fringed beach.

Drawing on four archetypal male characters, Bachelor Style explores the full gamut of masculine style: The smooth playboy with a slick pad designed for entertaining and seduction; the dandy, whose passion for art, antiques and aesthetics is displayed in an immaculate environment; the gentleman, surrounded by emblems of his good taste and breeding; and the lad whose living space is designed for maximizing fun and minimizing chores.

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Interior design writer Griffiths gives a glimpse into the homes of bachelors worldwide. The color photographs depict the sophisticated, stylized interiors of single men, from furniture and interior ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Sally Griffiths started writing after her own home was featured in British Home and Garden almost twenty years ago. Since then, the London-based freelancer has written several decorating books and contributes to magazines around the world. She now runs a photographic library called Red Cover.

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