Man Cave Pictures From Blog Cabin 2009
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April 10, 2015
Rustic and Cozy Man Cave Makes Entertaining Easy
Nestled on the lower level of Blog Cabin, a room designed primarily for entertaining easily adapts to suit the occasion.
Stunning Oil Painting Hangs on Orange Man Cave Wall
Original artwork by Megan Lightell pops against the spicy wall color. The oil painting depicts a scene from the edge of the Grassland Meadows at The Preserve at Little Pine.
Comfy, Brown Leather Recliners in Blog Cabin Man Cave
Leather recliner chairs from Seven Seas are set in a circle and softened with reversible throw pillows.
Rustic Split Log Wall Featured in Blog Cabin's Man Cave
A chinked split-log wall adds a rustic touch to the basement space and abuts a rock wall that gives the room a “cave”-like feel.
Artwork Adds to Rustic Style in Blog Cabin's Man Cave
Artwork blends into the surroundings rather than competing for dominance. A portrait of a buck adds strength while reproduction lithographs in rustic-style frames draw out the wall’s vibrant color.
Reclaimed Wood Candle Holders in Rustic Man Cave
A candle lantern and votive holders, crafted from reclaimed barn wood, brighten an otherwise subdued space.
Metal Serving Tray and Glass Tumblers
A time-worn metal tray serves up a bottle of Beaujolais and blown-glass tumblers for guests.
Rustic Stone and Brick Accent Wall with Niche
A wall niche, complete with recessed light and rustic decor, doubles as a bar and serving area when company calls.
Rustic Game Table
A Lancaster Game Counter features a tabletop insert that flips to reveal a card table. A galvanized metal ice bucket and handcrafted cigar humidor are within easy reach for partygoers.
Rustic Square Table Surrounded by Comfy, Leather Chairs
An oversized square coffee table, set atop a traditional print rug, serves as the focal point for a conversation area and features storage cabinets to house clutter and home theater accessories.
Man Cave's Digital Entertainment Center
As seen in the DIY Blog Cabin's man cave, a digital entertainment system is concealed in a small recess. Features include a state-of-the-art HD receiver, a Samsung Blu-Ray player and a Yamaha channel home theater.
Sleek Black Ceiling-Mounted Video Projector
As seen in the DIY Blog Cabin's Man Cave, a Dell ceiling-mounted projector features bright, high-contrast viewing and built-in stereo sound.
Rustic Blog Cabin Man Cave with Projector Screen
A 92-inch Salara Plug and Play remote-controlled screen turns movie or game night into a theater-like experience. Two foyer lanterns that flank the screen and poplar-bark paneling add dimension and texture to the wall.
Rustic Man-Cave Bathroom with Colorful Artwork
The basement-level bathroom continues the rustic story with slate-tile wainscoting, rich walnut floors and a subtle fishing theme.
Customizing Your Vanity by Personalizing Stock Cabinetry
Remodeling your bathroom on a tight budget? Think outside the box when it comes to stock cabinetry, which can be trimmed to fit a tight space. Consider distressing the surface and choosing unusual inset materials.
Bold Artwork Adds a Splash of Color in a Rustic Tub Stall
The tub stall featured in the DIY Blog Cabin's man cave is customized with a barkwood archway. Original artwork by Joycelyn Hairston adds a jolt of color to wake up the neutral space.
Ceramic Tile Square Focal Point in Man Cave Bathroom
As seen in the DIY Blog Cabin's man cave, a ceramic, hand-crafted tile focal adds visual interest to the rustic, bathroom stall.