If you’ve got the luxury of a man cave, you’ll understand the many benefits that come with them. A bit of personal space is healthy for both men and women, so having somewhere you can disappear to and watch a game of football on your own, or with the guys is something you shouldn’t take for granted. If you’re thinking about converting your garage or basement into a man cave, you may be wondering what items will make it really special. Wonder no more!
There is something great about having your own space in the house. Most guys would agree that having some kind of area to call your own can be really cathartic. You will often have heard this being referred to as a man cave, but really it doesn’t matter what you call it. If you don’t like the image that ‘man cave’ brings up, you can call it whatever you want. The point is that it is an area which you can do what you want with, and maybe even get some privacy. That being said, there are usually certain aspects which you will probably want in such an area in order to make the most of it. With that in mind, let’s take a look now at some of the vital components of the best man caves. Has yours got all of these? Read the rest of this entry
While a wife may have substantial authority over a whole house in terms of design and decoration, she generally has no say about what gets “mounted on the walls” of a man’s personal space. Since it may be accepted that a woman has input on the decoration of the rest of the house, a man cave or man space is in some sense a reaction to feminine domestic power. Whether it is a garage, spare bedroom or a basement; every man needs his own space in the house. That being said, I lost my man cave to my son who took over the basement a little over a year ago.
Meet ten of the coolest man caves I’ve ever seen.