Man cave ideas – to create the ideal den for working, entertaining and relaxing

Man cave ideas can turn under-used spaces into dedicated hideaways that you don’t have to go to the man-cave shed at the bottom of the garden to access. The room you choose for your man cave depends on how you – or your man – want to use the space. Do you fancy creating a home office for working from home, library, dining room, TV, or games room? Do you want to convert a conservatory or make use of a cellar or basement?

First things first, decide if your man cave will be for work, rest, or play – or a bit of each. Perhaps you’d like to be able to use the space to work from home, but would also like it to be useable when you fancy a break from work too. Maybe you want a relaxing bolt-hole away from the hubbub of the rest of the house, or like the idea of a broader man cave entertaining space that you can use with friends. The beauty is, with a bit of imagination there’s a man cave idea to suit all rooms.

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Man cave ideas

Create a man-cave entertainment hub with wall-mounted TV or home cinema and seating designed for relaxed easy viewing. And what about including a man-cave bar and – of course – man-cave signs? How you use your man cave will suggest color schemes and textures while personal preference will determine the feel and ambiance.

Let these fabulous man cave ideas be the starting point for your dream den…

1. Set up a slick home office

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Make your home office feel like the chicest spot in town. Paint the room white to provide the perfect blank canvas, then look for pieces that will invigorate and inspire you: modern streamlined desks and seating, clean-lined organized storage, and decorative artwork. Even a small home office like this one can be a high functional room with the right design process. These fabulous swivel chairs add a classic office design, but thanks to the chic wood veneer that says ‘style’ more than purely functional. Handsome and practical, win-win.

Channeling your inner art collector? Frameless and versatile, canvas prints can be hung on your walls or showcased on a flat surface. There’s just something about the canvas that feels so much artier. Canvas prints available in three sizes.

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2. Set the tone with darker shades

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Create a cocooning effect with dark toning shades and rich natural materials. Make a small room feel all-encompassing by painting all walls, including the ceiling, with rich dark colours. This approach to colour will create an ambience that’s ideal for total escapism – step inside the room, shut the door and feel like the rest of the house is totally detached. Escape here to do work, watch movies or simply enjoy some timeout.

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3. Create a comfy entertainment hub

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Give the room one main purpose and anchor the interior around it. If the room is all about watching movies in supreme comfort ensure the screen takes pride of place. Make the TV the star in an entertainment-hub man cave.

In this space, bespoke wooden cabinetry has been used to create a feature wall that functions to frame the set and center the furnishings – while also providing ample storage. A smart corner sofa in mid blue creates a comfy sitting area, while a large pouf doubles up as a footrest-cum- coffee table. The combination of muted shades creates a relaxed feel.

As experts in the field of sitting down, we thoughtfully crafted our Floor Pillows to be overstuffed, plush, and firm. These cushions never lose their shape, and the high-quality print makes sure the design stays crisp and colorful.

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4. Adopt a theme

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Use a touch of colour throughout your man cave and bring a sophisticated edge to a room scheme. In this compact space, the colour scheme runs throughout, from the built-in desk and tv wall cabinets to the choice of sofa fabric and wall colour. This design aspect helps to tie the many different functions of the room together, to prevent it from feeling dedicated to only one purpose.  The colour you choose may be one that features other rooms throughout the house, to make it feel more unified.

In this small living room, an oversized rug adds pattern and color to the smart parquet flooring. While the wood and metal furnishings, pared-back lighting, and movie-related artwork bring a masculine edge to space.

As experts in the field of sitting down, we thoughtfully crafted our Floor Pillows to be overstuffed, plush, and firm. These cushions never lose their shape, and the high-quality print makes sure the design stays crisp and colorful.

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5. Choose laidback furniture

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Consider low-slung, laid-back modern seating or library-style leather Chesterfields for complete comfort. Create a man-cave space by mixing metal, wood, and leather. It’s a combination of materials that creates an industrial-style den with all the benefits of well-used, time-worn leather, practical pared-back storage, and scrubbed wood. This is a space for lounging and entertaining at ease.

Our customers tell us ALL the time how soft and warm our Throw Blankets are (the secret: Sherpa fleece). Even better, they get softer the more you wash them. They’re a perfect addition to any living room couch. Featuring a crisp, vivid design on the front with a reverse white side.

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6. Illuminate with a neon sign

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Add a flash of neon to make it feel more luxe. Neon signs are the ultimate in making a style statement in home interiors right now. A neon sign adds a much-needed element of personality to a room, be it your favorite quote or sentiment that you stand by – say it in neon. In this dark sophisticated room, the neon sign is given pride of place above a luxurious velvet Chesterfield sofa. The chess set is an inspired addition to this entertaining space.

Our lightweight, warm Comforters induce sweet, sweet sleep – and take your bedding to the next level. Designs are printed onto the super-soft material for brilliant images and a dreamy, premium feel.

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7. Create a dedicated workout space

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Turn a garden room into a fully equipped home gym. A garden building is a perfect spot for a getting-away-from-it-all den that provides an uplifting working out space surrounding by nature, with the added bonus of being away from the busier parts of the house. We can suggest a wealth of simple Simple shed gym ideas – to help create a space to keep up your fitness regime at home.

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8. Put a spin on a display wall

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If vinyl is your thing, what could be better than a wall dedicated to storage for your prized record collection and decks. The same applies to any treasure collection, from comic books to first edition books – create a display wall within your man cave to proudly show them off and give the space a personal touch.

This fantastic room features a bespoke wall of bookshelves which are painted black to add an element of drama to the setting.

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9. Add a splash of invigorating colour

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The colour green can have a powerful effect on our mood and is, therefore, an important colour when it comes to decorating. The soothing shade is even thought to lower blood pressure, making it an ideal choice, in particular, to set the scene for a calming home office.

Painting the walls in a deep olive green will help to awaken positivity by introducing the soothing ethos of being immersed in nature.  Add potted houseplants to the room to enhance the look. When choosing a statement wall color it is best to keep furniture choices in brilliant white for a striking contrast.

That’s just math. Add throw pillows to whatever room needs an extra dose of comfy. Filled with a fluffy faux down insert, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for style. Available in four sizes and all measurements are made without pillow insert.

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10. Make a games table the hero

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For the ultimate den for entertaining create a space that accommodates a snooker table, for hosting games night. This elegant space is zoned in the corner of the main living room, to allow the game’s aspect to feel like part of the wider social space.

Invite the sun inside on your terms. Our blackout window curtains are a denser alternative to your standard window curtain, blocking out most light and proudly featuring your favorite designs. Whether you live in a busy apartment or a peaceful neighborhood, it’s always nice to have the option to shut out the sun and relax inside by the candlelight. Available in either single or double panel options.

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11. Escape to a chic shed

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For a more authentic den feel turn your shed into a dedicated man cave. paint the exterior a statement black to identify that it’s not just your average shed for pottery and gardening tasks. Make it feel more like an indoor space by jazzing up the interior with color too. This example uses a punchy shade of orange to give the space personality. Use the space as a quiet escape from the house to get work down or catch up on reading or studies.

We’ve got just the seat for you. Our sling chairs make the perfect backyard or beach companion to help you reach peak relaxation. Let your cares melt away in the polyester hammock-style seat and recline in multiple positions for whatever your lounging style may be. You can take your sling chair anywhere as it folds for easy travel and storage.

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12. Choose traditional decoration

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Let the function of the space direct your choice of man cave furniture. Seek out a traditional gentleman’s desk and chair, bookcase storage and lighting to create a classic study.  and standard floor lamp, or go for modern designer seating with low-hanging pendants for glorious task lighting.

Take your seats. Our bar stools, made with durable steel and vegan leather, will breathe new life to any blah kitchen. Pull them up to a counter at your home bar or use them as a stylish alternative to dining room chairs.

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13. Create a calming point of focus

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This home studio is chic, smart, and inspiring. It is also practical and a pleasure to use. Neutral grey walls keep the compact space bright and cheerful, with the desk positioned inwards to make space feel more professional. A statement overhead lamp is easily adjustable for any task, whether working at the desk or browsing the bookshelves. A simple and stylish cabinet behind the desk provides ample storage that is easily accessible while not taking up any further floor space beyond the desk.

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