Create A Man Cave In Your Log Cabin

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Create A Man Cave In Your Log Cabin

There are so many reasons to consider getting a log cabin for your garden. It could simply be for storage for your gardening tools, a potting shed, or maybe a summer house to make the best of the sunny days.

But have you considered creating a man cave? A place to escape from the distractions of the home to work on your hobbies, or listen to music, or even a distraction-free work from home setup? We have some tips on how to create a stylish and sophisticated man cave.

  1. The Home Office
    Your man cave need not be all about play, having a dedicated WFH setup has become more essential during the coronavirus crisis. Choose a smart desk and storage solutions for your paperwork and stationery, and a classy office chair to be your own executive.

  2. The Entertainment Centre
    Cinema buffs might want to integrate a good home cinema system, with a large screen TV and surround sound speakers, or perhaps it would be ideal for gamers to connect a game console. It might be the perfect space to relax and listen to your vinyl collection in comfort.

  3. The Games Room
    If games consoles are not your thing, then it could be the perfect space for a pool table, football table or a dartboard. A great place to hang out with friends and shoot some pool with a few drinks.

  4. The Drinks Collection
    No man cave would be complete without some refreshments and beverages. Wine buffs might want to include a sophisticated wine rack, or in place of building a bar, a small fridge and a stylish drinks trolley are ideal for providing a cocktail or beer in the evening.
  5. The Sophisticated Decor
    A log cabin provides the earthy tones of wood, so you can continue this theme with tactile, natural materials such as wood and leather throughout. Consider decor in deep, earthy tones of blue and grey, green and brown to level up your man cave.

If you are interested in building a log cabin in the UK, visit our site for more information!

Author - Martin Corby
Posted - 29 Sep 2020

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