Man Caves are Heating Up This WinterNovember 12th, 2009
Over the past few years Man Caves have been becoming more and more popular. If you don’t know already, Man Caves are places designed for the married man or family man as a place to have their space, decor and design. A Man Cave can be found in an addition, basement or even in a garage and have a number of styles whether it be the simple garage with a mini bar and T.V. or an elaborate basement redesign with all the amenities such as a pool table, dart board and full size bar. Here are a few things you can use to take your Man Cave to the next level this winter.
Clock / Aquarium:
EcoSmart has their award winning Zeta – crafted from timber, leather, and stainless steel. This modern and energy-saving portable fireplace is modern and elegantly styled. Designed by architect John Dimopoulos, it features an inviting design with a glass and steel surround. The fire runs on denatured ethanol, an easily renewable energy source. The user can regulate the size of the flame and turn it on or off without having direct contact with the fire.
The Conmoto traveling fireplace has technology that allows for clean, smokeless fire with a weather resistant powder coating so that you can move this fireplace pretty much anywhere without worrying about harmful smoke or gasses. You can place this fireplace on the carpet, on the dining table, next to a sofa, on the terrace, or in the garage.
The Max Blank Berlin Fireplace is another manly, high-tech stove that would be perfect for any man cave that you could pop a stove pipe out of. This designer piece can be viewed as a piece of design furniture, a functional heater, or even as a room divider. This design is actually able to swivel 360 degrees, giving you the freedom to move the direction of the heat and stove.
Barina Craft, LLC makes Nautical Home Bars that are perfect for any man cave looking for a little sailing style. The starboard model pictured above shows how these bars are created by slicing marine inspired designs in half from bow to stern. As shown, the covering boards / arm rail and deck trim are stained a walnut tone with a recessed bar top.
The Coal Shovel Stool by Thos. Moser is a great stool if you have a wood bar or wood beams in your man cave.
Above is the Hoppy Stool which was designed by Giorgio Manzali. This swivel stool has an adjustable height, frame structure in polished chromed steel and a seat in emery leather.
The Tonda Retro Stool brings a vintage look to your man cave with its central base column and footrest in die-casted brushed or polished aluminum. This stool was designed by Pedrali Lab.
Man Cave Signage & Prints:
These signs are custom resin cast reproductions of the artists unique designs and original carvings.