I would use a mix of contemporary, mid-century and vintage pieces with warm colours and fantastic contemporary art.
|Andrew Halliday and David Greer.|
The bathrooms would have to be interesting, minimalist and clean lines but with touches of vintage to stop that clinical feel.
|Les Terres M'Barka hotel|
An exposed brick wall is an obvious choice for a bachelor pad, but it does look fantastic. I love the use of tartan bedding here.
|Home of Rob Pilichowski|
A dark timber floor beautifully offsets the chrome and worn leather of these dining chairs.
|Domino magazine. Photo by Matt Albini / December 2006.|
And finally, the kitchen would need to be modern but with an industrial edge. These black bricks are perfection against the white gloss of the cabinets.
|Architecture: Liddicoat & Goldhill.|