home decor. Friday , March 03rd , 2017 - 17:36:03 PM
Always try to use large furniture articles, such as large bookshelves, large and full upholster sofas, velvet covered chairs, and similar fabrics. If you have more than one bookshelf, you can arrange them in such a way that they will seem like room dividers.
Here is an all-purpose man cave idea. Create the den with two to three or all of its corners occupying different activities. For e.g. have a bar and a TV in one corner so that he can watch a football match while sipping a drink. Then convert another corner into a hobby area where he can spend his hours doing something productive, and you could probably line up another corner with a couple of basic exercise tools. Now wouldn't that be a great manspace idea that even he wouldn't mind exploiting.
Making your own Halloween decorations can be simple and fun. You can make some monster footprints on the pathway that leads to your house with a big sponge. The big, hated pumpkins are great decorating material for Halloweens. With a simple cutter or a kitchen knife you can carve out a jack-o-lantern, out of green pepper pumpkins. Icky cobwebs made of strings will look superb! Dim lighting, all the way to the house, will add to the spooky effect that you've been trying for.
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