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5 Pointers To Create The Perfect Bachelorette Pad

Are you single with no thoughts of mingling? Do you enjoy your own company and are readying to make the big leap of buying yourself a home? Well, we’ve got some great interior design pointers to get you started on your bachelorette pad. Let’s take a look:

 

1. Colours, colours, and colours

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So, here’s the thing – the stereotype on some of the colours on the palette are very extreme, but that has nothing to do with your selection. If you like a certain shade, then go for it. If you think that blue is going to help you relax, then that’s what you have to choose as a dominant colour. Don’t try to be overly feminine or your home’s just going to look contrived instead of original.

 

2. So, you’re not into frou-frou?

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Another stereotype that women face is that they’re incredibly frou-frou. However, you’re a smart, sophisticated woman who’s investing in her own home, so there’s no need to succumb to this particular gender bias. You can be as stark and minimal as you want to be without making your spaces feel cold or austere.

 

3. Be open and connect the spaces

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Now that you’ve got the colour and general details in mind, it’s time to focus on the layout. Open spaces are a signature Singaporean venture as they help maximize the potential of the home. You can opt for this as well, but you can also add personal touches throughout the space to create some individuality – a small nook here, a custom divider there.

 

4. Play with textures

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You can make your bachelorette pad feel quirky and welcoming by going for sophisticated textures. They can be incorporated in a number of ways – you can go for varying floor patterns, beautiful rugs, and even gorgeous stone or wood accents. However, do remember to use them in moderation, or you’ll end up making your space feel very over-the-top.

 

5. Add personal touches

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At the end of the day, no home is complete without some personal touches, and that applies to a bachelorette pad as well. You can imbue elements of your personality or hobby – maybe it’s artwork, maybe it’s books, or maybe it’s cooking. You can customize the spaces as well – maybe you like entertaining, maybe you prefer solitude, or maybe you like to party wild. All of these details can be incorporated in your interior designs easily.

 

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