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What Women Want From A Man's Apartment: What Are Your Biggest Turn-Ons?

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: 04/25/2012 6:38 pm Updated: 04/30/2012 12:10 pm

Man Apartment

You meet someone intriguing (or at the very least eye-catching) at a party or a bar. You go on a couple of dates -- for a coffee, a beer, a movie, or maybe even a whole meal. After some thought, you decide that it's time ... to see his living quarters.

Going back to the apartment of a man you like can be daunting. You never really know what you'll find there: No toilet paper? Ten roommates with bunk beds? Too many photos of ex-girlfriends? A bag of his baby teeth under the bed? The possible turn-offs are endless -- as detailed by bloggers, women's magazines and television shows.

However, here at HuffPost Women we prefer to focus on the good stuff -- those things in his living space that make you more interested in him as soon as you walk in. Maybe it's a collection of vintage magazines (a curated collection -- we're not into hoarders), or a great piece of furniture he purchased someplace other than IKEA, or the fact that there is not a single dirty dish in his kitchen sink. Below you'll find a roundup of our biggest male apartment turn-ons (gleaned mostly from our friends and co-workers, who will remain nameless), but now we want to hear about yours!

Tell us what you want to see in a man's apartment by tweeting @HuffPostWomen using the hashtag #AptTurnOn. We'll feature your answers in our slideshow.

LOOK: Women Share Their Biggest Turn-Ons In A Man's Apartment

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  • Photos Of Him & His Family

  • Good Books (And A Nice Bookshelf)

    "Nothing <em>too</em> pristine or organized, that means he's trying too hard to be intellectual when he's not."

  • A Big Bed (i.e. Not A Twin Bed)

    "His bed. If it's too small, I can't work with that." "Also, an actual bed (not just mattress) with actual sheets and an actual comforter. I wish that that could go without being said."

  • A Subscription To 'The New Yorker'

    "I really like a good <em>New Yorker</em>. Bonus points if it has his name on it indicating a subscription."

  • A Nice Coffee Machine

  • Healthy Food In The Fridge

    "... Or food in the fridge at all." "At least four fresh fruits or vegetables."

  • Clean, Fluffy Towels

  • 'Jeopardy!' On DVR

  • Triple-Ply Toilet Paper

  • A Plant (That's Still Alive)

  • Big Windows

    "Actually ... say 'lots of natural light.'"

  • A Bathroom Sink Sans Hair From Shaving

    "No little hairs in the sink and a hand towel that looks like it gets washed on a regular basis! I would marry that man if he exists!"

  • No Roommates

  • A Guitar

  • A Great DVD Collection

  • A Nice Wine Selection

  • A Book On The Nightstand

    "... but minus points for self help -- that's what Kindles are for!"

  • A Nice Bathroom (Specifically A Nice Shower)

    "Something that gives a sense of personality. A subscription to something random like <em>Discover</em>, a shotglass shaped like a pineapple, a poster from a concert they went to in high school, a plant ... never mind, just the shower." "I mean ... a stand up shower couldn't hurt ..."

  • Mac Laptop And/Or iPad

  • Clean Sheets

    "Not scuzzy sheets."

  • An Impressive Sneaker Collection

    "Impressive sneaker collection that is dominated mostly by Nike ... not a joke."

  • Cheese (That's Not American Cheese)

  • Good Beer In The Fridge

  • Seltzer

  • Good Cookware

  • A Copy Of 'The Bell Jar'

    (She wasn't kidding.)

  • Art On The Walls (No Blank White Walls)

    "A piece of art that isn't a framed album cover." "No stupid Warhol prints thankyouverymuch."

  • sophie B.

  • Monique Harris

  • Lenore Riegel

  • Meredith Playford

  • Eden McFadden

  • e mc

  • Joy decena

  • K. Bedics