Blogging the SF Chronicle: Imbuing a Bachelor Pad With a Touch of Class

Blogging the SF Chronicle: Imbuing a Bachelor Pad With a Touch of Class

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Elizabeth
Feb 5, 2008

We know we have some readers out there who will take issue with this sentence from the Chronicle's piece on remaking a bachelor pad: "Turns out, he didn't really need beer signage, stereo equipment or sleek furniture - just some things he already owned, along with fresh paint, a few additions and a woman's touch."

We will admit that we like some of the choices decorator Lawanna Cathleen Endonino made to Ron Jankov's San Francisco pied-a-terre, especially the use of hemp wallpaper in the bedroom (above).

And while we certainly agree that beer signage does not a great bachelor pad make, we're not so sure that a well-appointed one requires a set of matching crystal either. Or that men are incapable of decorating their own spaces, as the article seems to imply. Any bachelors out there want to take issue?

Read Susan Fornoff's article here.

Image: Eric Luse for the Chronicle

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