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Winnie Kayhill

2021-07-01 4 210

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad

Using models from the Shadow Trend, I've designed a home in one of downtown's most coveted buildings. Ben is single and grew up in the 70's, so he likes that influence. The apartment has high ceilings and is done in all grey.

Floor Plan 218.83㎡

Space Showcase 30 Renders

Living Room

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben wanted a sunken living room with a large conversation pit
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
The hanging art glass panels give some division between the living and dining areas. The tray ceiling has recessed lighting.
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
The dining area looks down into the living room
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
When you enter the apartment, your view to the right is the dining room
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
A 70's inspired fireplace (don't know why the flame didn't render)
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Lots of comfy seating
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
3 steps down into the living area
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Some solitary seating on the surround
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render

720°

A panorama of the living room

Bathroom

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben wanted to use this Gaultier chain wallpaper in the bathroom. The tub was removed to create an extra large shower.
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render

Kitchen

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
The iron patterned backsplash is reminiscent of the wallpaper in the bathroom
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Casual seating for morning coffee
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render

Hallway

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render

Master Bedroom

Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
A small fireplace near the bed for winter nights
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
A tall, dramatic headboard, with sconces for reading in bed
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
I love how the bedroom looks at night
Ben Shadow's Bachelor Pad Interior Design Render
A large art panel fills the wall behind the bed

Comments (4)

  • Clementine M

    Absolutely beautiful! I love it.

    13 July

  • Eveline

    It's absolutely stunning! Honestly, my favorite part is the backboard of the T.V. I love that cool, interesting and sultry feeling that it gives off! It really makes a statement!!!

    3 July

  • Karen Berry

    Dark, sultry and downright sexy...this interior conjured all sorts of connotations about its male occupant and i found myself lingering in his bedroom for just a few extra moment hoping he might suddenly come home. A brilliant constructed flashback to the 70s with that living space and its sunken seating area.. beautifully divided with the etched glass panels. Then the most striking wallpaper in that gloriously dark bathroom. You were so bold with your dark colours and your boldness paid off handsomely. Gorgeous night render of the bedroom looked like a still from a movie and your kitchen was a inspired combination of items. My greed want more but my eyes feasted happily on all there was... a most delicious property Winnie...LOVED IT ALL!!!!!

    3 July

  • @happyplace @home

    Wow!! What a show!! Mr. Ben you picked the right designer if you wanted something dark and moody and downright gorgeous! I can see the clients personality through the eyes of the designer and can only but admire the genius design work that went into this space! This week my ultimate favorite amongst many will have to be the sunken conversation pit!! Well done my friend!! Genius!!

    1 July