2 Tips When Adding A Touch Of Luxury To Your Man Cave

A man cave is like a safe haven, a space that’s away from all things pink and proper in which you can simply relax and unwind after a long hard day. It’s not as easy as just having an empty room in your home to brand as your man cave, as it needs to provide a positive and entertaining atmosphere whilst being comfortable and enticing at the same time. Adding a few luxurious touches to your man cave can take the space to a whole new level, and there are so many great ideas that you can make the most of to transform any room into the perfect ... [read more]

Men, Don’t Cry! There Are Handy Alternatives To The Man-Cave

Sometimes when all we need is the man-cave, things crop up that mean we have to bid goodbye to our Man Palace. All our lovely memories of playing PlayStation are just that now. Memories!  And it sucks. It may be because you have another child on the way. Or you need to move home to somewhere smaller. But all is not lost! There are still ways to retain your safe haven even if you don't have a proper cave to dwell in. Here are some ideas to get your brain thinking about getting your independence and your comfy leather chair back under your butt ... [read more]

Must Haves for Your Ultimate Man Cave

Being able to have your own space in the home is essential, especially when most of the time you find yourself overwhelmed with various responsibilities. This isn't a reflection on your family or other commitments but is rather a valuable part of recuperating and relaxing so you can give your all to other areas of your life. You have probably heard the term “man cave”, and it can sometimes have macho overtones with people envisioning a dark room filled with sports memorabilia and a giant TV. Of course, if that's the type of thing you like, ... [read more]

How to Create the Man Cave of Your Dreams

A lot of men like having a space to call their own and when it comes to the benefits, it turns out science is on our side. One 2010 study conducted by the University of Southern California found that men in their 30s and 40s had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol when they were able to pursue solo leisure activities at home. Guys actually benefited more than their female partners from having a place to withdraw from the world. In popular culture the man cave has been alternately celebrated and mocked but the science is sound. 2015 ... [read more]

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