Man Caves are Coming Up in The World of Interior Design

Adele Shotton-Pugh | Posted
Man caves are becoming ever more popular; they're also moving out of dark and dingy basements, being given allocated space on ground floors or in attic spaces where there's more light. Blue sports car in a wooden and dark orange library within the home

Dream Garage

Why have your man cave in the basement when you want your car to be with you as well?

Attics make wonderful places for man caves; more especially when your passion is star gazing!   Large white garage workshop with a mezzanine containing a sofa

HAR

If you're serious about your man cave commandeer the family room and give yourself some much needed breathing space.   Sports themed den with blue pool table and TV area, with Baseball on the TV

Houzz

A large attic can easily accommodate a home theatre, pool table and of course plenty of space for a little R&R with the guys.   Stunning living room space with brown sofas, exposed ceiling beams and a pool table in the background

Houzz

A contemporary man cave is too sleek and stylish to be hidden in the basement.   Poker table in a wooden cabin, with pool table and kitchen bar in the background

Improvenet

  White, grey and red modern living space

The Man Cave Blog

It may be small, but then small is beautiful in a mini man cave. 

Not all guys are petrol heads or sports fans, those who prefer to commune with nature will seek solace in this attic-style man cave.   Loft room with brown corner sofa and wall mounted TV

Home Decorating Ideas

This attic-style man cave has lots of built-in storage for men who are immaculately neat and tidy by nature.   Games rooms with slot machines, pool table and a bar area

RedFin Blog

Large sprawling houses have had games rooms for decades – nowadays they're re-titled 'man caves' because they have the addition of fruit-machines and a built-in bar.

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