My cave is getting filled up with storage c*r*p that won't fit in the house! It's supposed to be MY little "peace-and-quiet" space, not a freakin' storage locker!
Time to get rid of stuff that will never be used: The tennis rackets with broken strings, deteriorating camping tent, stereo equipment from the 70's, old computers, thrift-shop looking furniture, 50-60 pairs of the wife's shoes that look like something from "Rocky Horror", broken chairs, boxes of Lord-Knows-What. I'm getting inspired - this weekend I'm gonna rent a dumpster, call "Goodwill" and get my little "hideaway" back in order!
My fitness room in the basement... weight set, bike, treadmill, stuff, a bathroom with a steam shower... and most importantly, my tunes and a tv! I even get to hang two of my bikes on the wall! Lousy place to hide though since everyone knows where to find me... but, I fool them sometimes and head out to my garage... until they go there right after the basement... T
Also have bathroom, shower, TV, Futon, stereo (with alot of THUMP)No one esle likes the Thump, so when a song with good Base comes on I turn it up for a bit. I also fool the family with the garage/basement/backyard trick. But eventually I am found!!!
Man cave is somewhat special for me. It can be all things to all men. Music rooms replete with guitars and sound equipment, sports haven with big-screen and memorabilia or one’s own private pub complete with bar, pool table and jukebox, whatever is desired. Some may think the practice is juvenile, but there is an incentive to having a male sanctuary or “manctuary,” if you will. This area is the man cave, which more people are putting in their homes and it's not a bad move for the homes' value either. Article resource:
Putting in a man cave will not necessarily hurt home value
Thought Id revive this thread with a brief rundown of my Man Cave.
Contents: Computers (for work, and home audio recording) Guitars (electric and acoustic) Amplifiers (not used, my neighbors would hate me) and some hard rock / heavy metal memorabilia from the 70s-90s.
Also has a flat screen LCD TV and various home office supplies and equipment.
Yea, its cluttered, but it has character, at least to me.
And I agree with Allan, a Man Cave is a mandatory addition to any home.
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