home decor. Wednesday , March 15th , 2017 - 20:36:02 PM
A stone fireplace lends a man cave a warm masculine touch and it also gives the room a nice rustic look. Design a minimalistic wooden bookcase adjacent to the fireplace to house your favorite selection of novels and magazines. This will come in handy when all you want to do is sit back and relax with a good book without the pressures of entertaining your friends.
It is nice to have some marine showpieces that speak of the sea. If you have nice shelves running along the bedroom wall or in the living room, you can place these randomly about among your books. Seamen, little sailors, seashells, pirates, mermaids, a whale or the infamous ship in a bottle can be your choicest showpiece types. Place these little showpieces in clusters that are spread out and also not overdone in quantity. Spread it around the house or use it as a centerpiece for the dining or center table. Make sure they're either woodwork or colored detailed showpieces that don't chip away or look artificial. Going with a more realistic feel makes a home look much more pleasing to one's eye.
Once you have decided on the location of your man cave, the next thing to do is paint the walls in a manly color. A good paint color scheme is olive green and tan or steel gray and dark blue. Avoid pastel shades like pink, lilac, lavender, and powder blue as these are obviously not suitable for imbibing a masculine ambiance. Stick to a neutral color scheme if you are not sure which paint colors to pick. Decide on the furniture and accessories accordingly.
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