While “bachelor pad” comes with connotations of dark and dank man caves, you should really embrace the light and bright aesthetic, particularly if you
can take advantage of any sort of view. For one, it makes spaces look bigger.
If you’re facing something less spectacular than, say, downtown Manhattan, you can still take advantage of the natural light with curtains or blinds in
pale and opaque material that will hide the details but allow illumination.
A well-lit space presents you as an open, honest and positive soul who has nothing to hide. It also encourages you to seize the day, rather than give you
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