Man Cave Masterpiece- Another Painterati Transformation!

When one thinks about guys watching sports, three different things come to mind—comfy couches, drinks, and food. My mother always told me that the way to a man’s heart was through his stomach so there is nothing better than incorporating this advice into a, modern day term, “man cave”. I imagine the space to be somewhere without a lot of outside light and very minimal noise distractions. Most of the time many different guys on fantasy teams get together to watch the games and cheer their favorite teams on. In order to accommodate for such a large group, an oversized couch with multiple recliners and cup holders is a necessity. Most of the time all of the guys watching the game are watching different players, rather than one specific team, because of their fantasy sports leagues. Because of this, it would make having multiple TV screens very practical.
Mediterranean Home Theater by Los Angeles Home Media Design & Installation Bliss Home Theaters & Automation, Inc
A new design feature that I have seen a lot of lately is a table that lines the back of the couch with bar stools. This allows even more people to be able to watch the game and is a stylish small renovation anyone can make to their home.
Traditional Home Theater by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators TRG Architects
As mentioned above, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. This would make having a full bar equipped with a pizza oven and fridge is a must have for any man cave in your home.
Mediterranean Basement
The last necessity for any man cave or sports room is the memorabilia that can be displayed on the wall. Shadow boxes are a fun way to display signed sports jerseys or things from your favorite players.
Traditional Basement by Other Metro Architects & Building Designers Catherine Renae Thomas Design Co.
Have fun decorating the man cave for the sports fanatic in your life this fall… and don't forget - Go Vikings!! To view more of our work click here.
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