->''"Most bachelors in this city are only interested in an apartment that comes fully loaded with every gadget and contraption man has invented to snare a woman."''
-->-- '''Barbara Novak''', ''Film/DownWithLove''

Bob's bachelor pad looks pretty decent, almost like a model home. Of course, that's just for when most people come over. Bob either hired a GadgeteerGenius or is one himself, and has rigged up his house better than [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] ever dreamed of doing. Yet, Bob isn't Q from the ''Film/JamesBond'' stories. He's a [[CasanovaWannabe cad]], and his home is rigged with the latest mechanical ways to [[{{Fetish}} get a woman in the mood]], from a luxurious bed from secret corners, to romantic music at the flip of a switch.

This is usually a comedy trope, and would rarely happen in a straight drama.

A SubTrope of SuperMultiPurposeRoom.

The trope name is a {{Portmanteau}} of Feng Shui[[note]]the ancient Chinese art of decorating and not letting evil spirits into your house[[/note]] and "SCHWING", the sound [[Film/WaynesWorld Wayne and Garth]] make whenever they see an attractive woman.


[[folder: Anime and Manga ]]
* In ''Anime/EurekaSeven'', Matthew and Moondoggie are seen Feng Schwinging Renton's room in order to help him and Eureka reach past first base. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Holland is not amused]].
* ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}''. The LoveHotel in "Two in Karizawa" has elements of this; HilarityEnsues when Shinobu tries to work the controls on the bed.

[[folder: Fan Works ]]
* In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' parody ''The Voyorgy Conspiracy'', the holographic Doctor accidentally assimilates some FanFic and decides to give Lt. Torres a CreepyPhysical.
-->'''EMH:''' Computer, generate a subspace vibration field around Lieutenant Torres' body. Increase the field by 500% around the patient's mammary glands and clitoris. Inject her with 200 ccs of Klingon hormones. Play the soundtrack to the Orion slave girl holosuite program; the one Mr Paris bought from that Ferengi on Deep Space Nine, on a subconscious wavelength. And download into my matrix the complete personality subroutine of historical figure Captain James T. Kirk!

* Creator/RockHudson has one or two in his movies, and it is spoofed in the movie ''Film/DownWithLove''.
* Austin Powers's jet in ''Film/AustinPowersInternationalManOfMystery'': revolving bed and music. "Do I make you randy, baby?"
* The Russian assassin Olga Bariosova fixes up Inspector Clouseau's bedroom like this at the end of ''Film/ThePinkPantherStrikesAgain'': bed folding out of the wall and music. "I gave Cato the night off."
* The Matt Helm films were a major contributor to the trope, right down to the revolving bed that can dump you into the pool for a bath. In one of the movie, ''Film/TheWreckingCrew'', the ''female'' Gypsy Lola Medina has a room like this (including mood lighting) which she uses to try to seduce Mr. Helm.
* [[HandsomeLech Eric "Otter" Stratton]] in ''Film/AnimalHouse'' has his room this way, which is humorous both for being the only non-messy place in the house and for being so obviously a "bachelor pad" of this type.
* Dudley Moore's character in ''Film/FoulPlay''.
* In the 1966 film ''The Swinger'', the lecherous head of "Girl-Lure" Magazine tries to seduce Ann-Margret's character with an office much like this.
* Frankie Avalon's character also has a bachelor pad much like this in the notorious 1968 flop comedy ''Film/{{Skidoo}}''.
* Jack Lemmon's apartment in ''Under the Yum-Yum Tree''.
* Tony Stark's private jet in ''Film/IronMan1'', complete with [[SexyStewardess Sexy Stewardesses]] and a retractable stripper pole.
* In ''Film/MarsAttacks'' Martin Short’s character, the sleazy spin doctor to the president, takes a Martian disguised as a woman to a secret one of these in the White House--and refers to it as the "Kennedy Room."
* In ''The Bobo'', Peter Sellers and Britt Ekland go to a resort designed for romantic encounters - the concierge, dressed like Louis XIV, demonstrates the amenities with a handheld control panel for ambient music, a ceiling-mounted tv, and a large bed that folds out from the wall.
* In ''Film/TheTallBlondManWithOneBlackShoe'', a femme fatale spy has one of these places, where she invites the title character, a violinist who is MistakenForSpies. As her superiors watch on closed-circuit tv, she goes to change, and he kicks back on the couch with a cigarette, which he promptly drops underneath him - as he flails around manically to retrieve it he hits a switch which opens the couch into a big comfy bed. His watchers admire his smooth technique.

* Contrary to the preceding article, one of Q's assistants, Ann Reilly (aka "Q'ute") rigs up a similar room in a ''Literature/JamesBond'' continuation novel, ''Literature/LicenceRenewed''. James is confused and impressed all at the same time.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures novel ''The Taint'', [[ChivalrousPervert Fitz]] clearly ''wishes'' his scuzzy little flat were like this. He just has a "sleazily red" lightbulb in his bedroom, which Sam (whom he's on a bit of a date with at the time) makes fun of him for. He says it's his "relaxation bulb" and swaps it out for a normal one.

[[folder: Live Action TV ]]
* An odd variation of this appears in ''The [[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' TOS episode "A Nice Place to Visit". Henry Valentine's suite acts this way (including music starting automatically), but it's just for mood, because the woman concerned didn't need to be seduced.
* Ponch's waterfront apartment (a bit [[FriendsRentControl expensive]] for a highway patrolman) on ''{{Series/CHiPs}}'' is like a primer on how to be a stud in California.
-->'''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/33459/chips-the-complete-second-season/ Paul Mavis]]''': First, get a job as a Highway Patrolman (flash rig, [[HotCop sweet uniform]], gun). Next, get an apartment down at the Marina. Next, get a waterbed (loosely filled for that "ocean motion" effect), restore a Trans Am that you picked up as a wreck (actually, get your partner Jon [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy who has no life]] to fix it up for you), and then have your partner help you move your stuff in, including your Music/{{Carpenters}} records (they're prominently on display, to let the chicks know Ponch is sensitive). Throw in some ferns and smoked glass, and watch the chicks roll in.
* There's an episode of ''Series/NewsRadio'' where Matthew and Beth end up house-sitting for Bill, and his apartment is much like this, complete with mood music and rotating bed that activate once the lights are turned on. Matthew being... well, Matthew, he's quickly swept up into the "mystique" of the apartment and tries to put the mack on Beth. In the end, it turns out to be not Bill's apartment but his neighbor's.
* In the French-Canadian television science-fiction/mystery/drama/suspense/horror (!) series [[http://www.telefilm.gc.ca/data/production/prod_3731.asp?lang=en&cat=tv&g=drm&y=2005 L'Héritière de Grande Ourse]], a character has a device for that purpose hidden in his sofa.
* The late father's home in the pilot of the short-lived show ''{{Jenny}}''.
* Inverted by Barney's bachelor pad in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', which was designed to get women to leave in the morning, with everything from one pillow to a porn library to a toilet seat lid that automatically springs upward.
* Surprisingly, showed up in the aggressively squeaky-clean (and even more aggressively obscure) SitCom ''Safe at Home.''
* Less outrageous, but the apartment Latke briefly rented on ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had a lot of party-friendly furniture concealed in the walls.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', the 300th floor of [[BonusDungeon Fernswarthy's Basement]] features a seemingly-empty room that converts into a cheesy bachelor pad.
-->The wall opposite you rotates 180 degrees, revealing a circular bed with leopard-print sheets. To your left, a portion of the wall slides up vertically to reveal a fully-stocked wet bar. Red and blue lights flash overhead as sexified, slow-jam R&B music slinks out of hidden speakers. Oh, man... you just learned [[TooMuchInformation way more about Fernswarthy than you ever, ever wanted to know]].

[[folder: Western Animation ]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' spoofs this even more with Glen Quagmire's house. He seems to have [[MurphysBed Murphy bed]]s built into every [[strike:wall]] item in his house. ''Everything'' pops out a bed when Cleveland is chasing him with a bat. Stereo, refrigerator, and...bed.
** He also has a more...[[BlackComedyRape forceful]] version in his RV, where the buttons on the console clamp the girl down and force her mouth onto his private area. Stewie (and especially Brian) learn that the hard way when they steal it.
* Zapp Brannigan of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' calls his the Lovenasium. He needs it because he suffers from a very sexy learning disability: "Sexlexia".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', the entire ''mayor's office'' is one of these, complete with dancing girls descending from cages in the ceiling.
* In ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', Hank Hill goes to get treatment from masseur John Redcorn. Unlike most of [[FullNameBasis John Redcorn's]] female clients, he actually needs it. The room is set up to automatically activate make-out music and mood lighting, which can't be turned off, ever.