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The Nitra home is an incredible monochromatic bachelor pad with a few incredible colorful details that you’ll never forget. The 2014 home was designed by Jakub Forgáč in Nitra, Slovakia, and features modern fixtures and rooms with both beauty and functionality.
From the secluded foyer to the bold reds and blacks of the enormous master suite, you’re sure to be awestruck by the attention to each detail in the home.
The image above features the open concept main living area that includes the kitchen, family room, and dining room. Each room is white with black accents, but small additions of color bring the space to life. You can see in the above image that a wallpapered section of the space is lined with purple LED lights.
These LED lights add a bold glow to the otherwise white space. Small chromed details like vases also play a part in adding visual interest.
Keep an eye out for the wavy lines that are a recurring element throughout the home. In a monochromatic space, texture can mean the difference between a stunning and boring home. You’ll see this element repeating in various rooms, including the bathrooms.
Other contrasting elements include several potted plants, which add life to the mostly synthetic design.
Also watch for rooms with multiple functions. For example, one of the most private rooms in the home has another function that may surprise you!
This fantastic and luxurious bachelor pad is sure to make you miss your wilder days!
We hope you enjoy this featured home.
The entrance to the home is eye-bogglingly modern and stark, with metallic onyx vases and frosted glass panels with waves inscribed on them. A full length mirror allows the owners to take one final look at their outfits before leaving for a night on the town.
From this angle we can see the door leading into the rest of the home. Unlike many contemporary homes, where the foyer leads directly into a main entertaining area, this home’s entryway is utterly secluded. A single topiary adds color and life to this thoroughly modern space.
As we move into the main living areas of the home, we enter an open-concept space, which includes this lovely dining room. Like the foyer, this area is monochromatic, with several houseplants in metallic planters. The windows consist of massive shutters that can easily be opened to let in light and air.
Taking a few steps back, we end up in the family room. A strip of floral wallpaper visually separates each distinct space, and a light purple LED strip adds further modernity. Matching throw pillows tie the living room to the wallpapered strip.
From this angle of the living room, we can see the centered television and entertainment center. We can also see the door to the foyer and the entrance to the home’s kitchen.
Continuing the monochromatic design scheme of the rest of the more public spaces in the home, the kitchen features speckled black granite countertops over minimalist cabinetry. The galley kitchen is narrow, but the clever design ensures that it functions perfectly. The dining room is a direct shot from the kitchen area.
From this angle, we can see the high-end stainless steel appliances that are built into the cabinetry. This kitchen is clearly built for functionality, but doesn’t spare luxury.
Stepping back into the dining room, we can see a small corner bar with just enough room for one. This corner bar is perfect for a solitary breakfast.
This simple small powder room is directly off of the foyer, and utilizes its unique design scheme. The wavy motif and an antler statuette above the commode create an amazing effect.
Upon entry to the master bedroom suite, we see the enormous platform bed and a plethora of minimalist storage options. Another full length mirror is hung on one of the wardrobe doors. A modern, yet glamorous crystal chandelier hangs directly above the bed.
From the opposite side of the bed, we an see the television, entertainment center, and a small desk area. We also get a small peek at the adjoining room.
Before we enter the adjoining part of the suite, we take a final look back at the sleeping area and desk. Like the rest of the home, this room features white and black, but softens the contrast by including grays.
From the adjoining room we can see that it is only separated from the sleeping area by a small centered wall. Like the other side of the wall, a television is positioned in the center above a modern entertainment center. Bull statuettes are a continuing motif on this side of the suite as well. To the right, we see a small bar area.
The sectional sofa is large enough to accommodate guests, or to stretch out on. Note the same speckled black granite on the bar countertop as is in the kitchen.
Behind the sectional are three coordinating works of art depicting a liquid suspended in motion. The same motif is included on the throw pillows.
The master bathroom returns to the sheer white of the foyer and of the powder room, including the wavy textured accent wall and metallic vases. From this angle we can see the enclosed wet room and a stainless steel towel rack.
From a closer view we can see the beautiful modern waterfall faucet on the soaking tub, and we can also see the reappearance of the purple LED lighting in the dining room.
The shower on the opposite side of the room is separated from the washing machine by a plate of glass. This unique master bathroom mixes luxury with functionality by including laundry facilities in the master bathroom.
In this last image, we can see the whole of the bathroom, including the laundry facilities. We leave you to admire the unique features of this monochromatic space.
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