15+ Stylish Man Cave Ideas That Defy All the Clichés
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15+ Stylish Man Cave Ideas That Defy All the Clichés

Trevor Tondro/Nicole Hill Gerulat


Cool-Toned Camo

An explosion of pattern and color—grounded in a moody blue palette—gives this space a fun and sophisticated feel.


Wood-Clad Walls

Wood paneling, dark decor, and window shades render this man cave irresistible, with plenty of room to relax, pick up a book, or enjoy a good sports game.


Rocking Out

In a sprawling Bel Air mansion designed by Lonni Paul, this area was built for the musically inclined. A wall of stylish guitars serves both form and function, while a gorgeous pale blue drum set is made for jamming out.


Smart Seating

Rounded furniture and an elevated banquette makes for the perfect movie-watching experience in this luxe Lincoln Park Home.


Keeping a Low Profile

In an L.A. home designed by Tommy and Kathleen Clements, the man cave leaves no room for excitement-induced spills, with a cocktail table made from a circa-1880 slate slab.


Futuristic Feel

A contemporary take on the classic pool table creates a striking centerpiece to this monochromatic home bar area.


Sporty Bar Stools

A man cave’s lounge area boasts a sultry and sophisticated masculine design. The black leather tufted bar provides a contrasting backdrop to the bright red bar stools, and the spirits are displayed on deep wood-clad shelves.


Youthful Eclectics

This eclectic and playful seating area begs you to have fun; an oversized Hush sculpture sits behind the teal quilted couch, while a massive red Baxter lamp hangs above. The old-school gumball machine reinforces the room’s youthful vibe.


Custom Billiards Table

In Colin Kaepernick’s sophisticated California bachelor pad, a former dining room was transformed into a sleek man cave anchored by a gorgeous custom pool table.


Built-In Bar

If you don’t have space for a full man cave bar, adding a built-in alternative can be just as effective. In this vibrant San Francisco bachelor pad, a bar painted in “Very Green” by Benjamin Moore is accented with a funky fish eye mirror, and topped with classic liquor decanters to mature the youthful space.


Movie Theater Amenities

This man cave is equipped with the amenities of the movies and all from the comforts of home. With Slurpees on tap and a professional-grade popcorn maker, game day and movie nights become even more fun.


Modern Media Room

A clean-lined, monochrome media room has seating for the whole crew. An assortment of elevated TV dinner-style tables are perfect for enjoying food and drinks from the comforts of the couch.


Custom Caged-in Bar

Midcentury chairs in Romo velvet frame a seating area, where a custom glass-and-bronze bar cabinet holds a variety of artisan liquors. The bar is topped with a 19th-century Nigerian helmet.


A Sophisticated Descent

The descent to your man cave can be just as exciting as the space itself. Here, a custom glass, walnut, and steel staircase lead to a verdant and lacquered hang out area, with vintage French club chairs from Blackman Cruz.


Ping Pong Centerpiece

Keep the energy of your man cave high by grounding the room in a fun game. A ping pong table not only encourages guests to get up on their feet, it also adds a sporty element without overwhelming the space with paraphernalia.


Rolling Bar Cart

While most gravitate towards wood and leather when crafting a traditional man cave, branching out can lead to an equally alluring area. In a mid-century modern bachelor pad, contemporary finishes are layered with more eccentric accents, and a rolling metal bar cart allows for transportable serving.

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