home decor. Saturday , January 07th , 2017 - 23:36:04 PM
A man cave can be called a 'male sanctuary'. It is a room inside the dwelling, which is dedicated to the man of the house and his special possessions. It can be anything - in the form of a garage or in the basement, den, or a media room in my case. It is equipped with all the relevant accessories that can range from a vending machine, editing machine, giant TV, pool table, refrigerators, wine cellar, putting green, fireplace, bed, musical instruments, sports equipment, vehicle tool boxes, war memorabilia and anything else for that matter. In short, man cave design depends on the definition of 'comfort' for that man. Since it is their sanctuary, its location should also be secluded (if he wishes it to be!). The location to carry out some fancy designs depends on your budget as well. If you can afford it, then you can create a cozy manspace in a room located behind the house, or even a basement, which will be the perfect location to create the ideal male-only space!
It gets uncomfortable to walk on floors that are extremely cold or dusty. Also, wearing slippers keeps the feet clean and prevents any kind of foot infection. Take care of this aspect, by providing your guests with a pair of slippers.
I remember walking into this expansive apartment which looked like an old English woman stayed there. It had floral prints and contrasting paint colors that were subdued yet not keeping up with the times. Everything in it from the furniture to the showpieces, went against the entire home's set up. The one thing that did stand out quite boldly and might I add, in my face - was a center table with a smooth finished solid (possibly marble) that had three dolphins bathed in seaform color, standing back-to-back while the table's flat top balanced on their snouts. It was hideous to say the least. They probably should have gone with something more subtle like woodwork and engraved dolphins, and not something out of Alice in Wonderland.
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