Design with a Man Cave in Mind


Who says a man cave can’t be stylish?  Our sports themed man cave was definitely designed with guys in mind.  Its vibrant colors are able to mask any dirt or grime that might find it’s way into the cave, while the Slobproof! furniture repels stains, so no one has to fret about that inevitable spilled beer during the last few minutes of a tied game.  Like we always say, you should always design for how you really live, especially when you are designing a man cave.

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Now that’s a media room!

When a client asks us to design a deluxe media room, I don’t think TV…although this room as a 60 inch 3-D tv included.  I don’t think electronic seating…although this room has sage green leather reclining theater seats.  I don’t even think fabulous acoustical walls, although I designed this room with built-in speakers, grass cloth and custom walnut wood trim throughout.  I think food!!! Get a load of the great snack space I designed, with double wine cooler, kegerator, microwave drawer, dishwasher drawer and most importantly…a built-in, all inclusive coffee bar.  Now that’s a media room!

Bob Vila Loves Me!

From Bob Vila's Blog - "As this post publishes, Superbowl XLVI is 1 day, 16 hours, 16 minutes and …45…44…43 seconds from kick-off—at least according to the official countdown clock on the NFL site. If you are not one of the 63,000 lucky fans who will be cheering their team to glory at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday, you will surely be catching the game with friends at a Superbowl party, sports bar, or from the comfort of home. If the comfort of your home happens not to be on par with the “man cave” above (from interior designer Debbie Wiener)."