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As far
as interiors go, whatever is currently in or out is entirely of your own
making. We are, thankfully, now a million miles away from those dark days of
the 1970's into 80's where every house was a carbon copy of the one next door
and every room was in the same colors, with the same carpets and even the same
curtains. While the subtle changes of the décor have evolved over the years,
one interior has basically never changed as far as function and effect is
concerned is the man cave.

those not familiar with the term, the man cave is a house that screams
testosterone the minute you walk in the door. This is the lair of the alpha
male and despite their protestations to the contrary, men love putting their
own homes together, albeit with a more sombre feel than if a woman does it. A
bachelor pad is more useful than it is cute, and while the choice of décor will
be quick in a decisive ‘man’ way, there is a lot of planning that goes into the
rest of the lair.

will be an area, if there is not a spare room, for entertainment and games.
There could also be a bar, yes men still like these in their own place, a media
room and eventually they will sort out the general living space and the
bedroom. Outdoors is no exception, and even a single man will have a bbq big
enough to feed a small army, for when the lads come round with their cans and
favourite football strip on.

men seemingly do not have an issue with stamping their male pride into their
This is
the new generation of fun lovers who, rather than blow a fortune in the pub,
would rather invite their mates around to their place, throw a few steaks and
burgers on the barbecue, then relax while playing a round-robin on the Xbox or

major difference between modern man caves and those of the past is that now
they would not be strewn with dirty plates and pizza boxes, the owners nowadays take
great pride in their pads and the latest technology rubs shoulders with leather
and furniture with high gloss surfaces. Do not be misled and think 21st
century man caves are reminiscent of student digs; these are young professional
men who like their own space, and want it to be a cool as possible.

will be stripes, a hefty dose of glass and cool but manly colours such as
black and grays. While they will have all the ideas in their head, and can
happily spend an afternoon knocking together some flat pack furniture, it is
unlikely they will have the time of the inclination to do the 'dirty work'. This
is where the interior designer steps in, and thanks to sites such as
why not compare these are easy
to find in your area.

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