The term man cave is a cheesy cliché that conjures up visions of dank rooms where good taste and décor go to die. But the concept of carving out a sanctuary in your home designed to celebrate your passions and to help you to unwind and recharge is something we can all embrace. Check out these stylish takes on the concept of a man cave that are inclusive enough to make people of any gender feel at home.
This sophisticated game room in a Laurel Canyon, CA home designed by Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of West Hollywood, CA-based Studio Life/Style is a study in burnished metal, soft shades of brown leather, and warm medium-toned woods, with black accents to ground the space and add polish.
In this lounge area in a Laurel Canyon, CA home designed by Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of West Hollywood, CA-based Studio Life/Style, a weathered wood accent wall and wood-clad ceiling create a warm canvas for a comfortable, oversize chunky gray sectional that invites relaxation and togetherness. A woven natural rug and soft textiles in black and white complete the elegantly low key, comfortable space.
Chicago-based interior designer Rae Duncan of Rae Duncan Interior Design created what she calls the “ultimate man cave” by breaking up the large space into zones. Here, a cozy sectional anchors a built-in bookshelf and media wall for reading, movie nights, or watching the game. An adjacent pool table area is anchored by warm bronze-toned pendant lights that contrast nicely with the rich blue paint on the walls; additional built-in ceiling lighting helps players keep their eyes on the balls.
In this “ultimate man cave” from Chicago-based Rae Duncan Interior Design, a generous U-shaped leather sectional is positioned with its back to the stylish, fully stocked bar space nearby, creating zones to drink and relax.
In this “ultimate man cave” from Chicago-based Rae Duncan Interior Design, details like custom millwork, rich wood floors, and a playful wall of trophy heads elevate the man cave concept.
This rustic chic spin on a man cave from interior designers Cindy Aplanalp and Christi Petty of Houston-based Chairma Design Group combines classically masculine and feminine elements to create a gender-neutral entertainment spacee. A warm neutral palette of beiges and browns includes wood ceiling beams, a cowhide rug, and classic cognac leather club chairs. A sparkly chandelier hung in the center of the room gives the whole design a lift.
Houston-based interior designers Cindy Aplanalp and Christi Petty of Chairma Design Group added industrial chic touches to this elegant game room to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere, from the barn doors to the cluster of Edison bulb pendant lights.
In this sophisticated man cave from LA-based interior designer Lori Dennis, wall-mounted guitars double as décor, and a flatscreen TV, hallmark of man caves everywhere, is both reasonably proportioned and blends into the dark navy wall paint to make it disappear when not turned on.
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