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You've got your finger on the pulse, and that's how you like your home to be, too: cool and modern (if a little rough around the edges). Although people can - and do - spend a fortune getting the bachelor (or bachelorette) pad look just right, it can be quite easily achieved on a modest budget.
Playboy, gent, aesthete - your living room is a shrine to bachelorism. The masculine look finds its apogee in the bachelor pad, and at the heart of every bachelor pad is the living space, with its sharp lines and a hedonistic approach to life that's all about having fun and very little to do with mundane chores. This is the lifestyle of a Gatsby or a 007, and the fact that both are fictional characters says it all: this look is about illusion and seduction and a dash of hustler chutzpah. This is a look that can't take clutter, but carefully chosen accessories can hint at tribal allegiances and esoteric interests. Neutral wall colours provide a calm, easy background, while retro prints and patterns add instant style. Make comfort the priority in your living room: it's where you naturally go to watch TV, relax and de-stress.
Your bedroom has that classic look that never goes out of style. Sleep is fundamentally important to our well being. In busy towns and cities, noise can often hamper a good night's sleep. Soft furnishings really do absorb sound, and touch is such an important sense in the bedroom, from crisp, linen sheets to wool or even sheepskin underfoot. Elegance and relative simplicity are keynotes in your bedroom, using classic, neutral colours and textures to create an oasis of calm.
You're a fuss-free entertainer, using good, honest ingredients. At home, natural, earthy colours and textures make dining a sensual occasion that connects the food on the plate back to nature. Eating is not just a basic need but a feast for the senses, and your sensitivity to light, colour, material and texture adds warmth to any environment. With a keen eye for the vernacular, you'll know that furniture and accessories need not have a designer label to give them real value. Indeed, English slipware, for example, has an intimate connection both with the past and with the simple pleasures of good, honest, no-nonsense food. When it comes to entertaining, you like quite simple (some might say 'peasant') food with big, robust flavours.
You have a place for everything and everything has its place. These days, almost all of us have a home office: a desk and a chair in one corner of the living room with adjustable task lighting and adequate filing is all it takes (and might be all the space you can afford). The modernist adage that form should follow function is nowhere better demonstrated than in the home office: keep things simple and add your own sense of style by using a splash of colour or a single, well-chosen decorative piece.
Encontrei este teste. Pareceu-me engraçado por ser sobre a casa... Ainda nao o li para dizer se concordo ou nao. LOLOL