Tips on interior designing your man cave

by Hugh Brown Content Writer

A garden man cave can either be a place for focus or for rest and recuperation. A getaway just outside your back door that as an extension to your home or tucked away in beautiful isolation at the very end of your garden. Whatever your passion, you can create a man cave that suits your needs and interests.

For Work

If the daily commute is starting to wear thin, why not create a space for an office at home. Maximise your time and energy by reducing your commute time every week. Use that extra energy to focus on your career and make use of all the benefits for our full communications package, that includes mains telephone and internet connection so conference calls can be made with full confidence. Add a round table and chairs for an even professional and impressive look. An insulated garden office room with double glazing ensures energy efficiency. Blinds can also be added for extra privacy.  

For Rest

You work hard. Why not create the most relaxing experience for yourself? Our garden man caves can include a 3-metre canopy - enough space to fit a hot tub or lounge area with a flat-screen TV, perfect for catching up on the footie. A wet room flooring can be added throughout for extra safety. An indoor sauna can be added too for the full spa experience. 

For Workouts

This option is for those who prioritise their fitness and well being. Why not create a gym at the bottom of your garden? Take a look at this garden man cave room that has enough space for a wide range of gym equipment. A full comms unit can be installed, as well as a heater and climate control for all-year use. If you require a small shower or toilet, one can easily connect to the mains and run the hot and cold water from the house. Here is a training room recently designed for a serious triathlete, that has enough space to fit an endless pool, training bike and a treadmill. 

For Play

Playtime is important - for adults too! Your games room can be set for a full video game experience. Or if you sway to sportier side of play, why not include a pool table, a football table or even air hockey game and set up a regular games night with friends.  

For Music

In your music room imagine that a jukebox sits in the corner playing your favourite tunes. A place where your record collection can be displayed in all its glory either on the walls or stacked neatly in alphabetical order. Or use it as a place to practice your guitar or drums in peace. Or if you prefer to go digital, Sonos speakers can be integrated into your man cave for an incredible audio experience.  

For Hobbies

Create garden storage for all your tools of choice. If gardening is your passion, you can even bring the outside indoors by adding an array of plants to the space. Why not install bi-fold doors or alternatively tri sliding doors to open the room up to the garden in the summer months. 

For Socialising

Imagine a bespoke bar with a kitchenette and stools if needed or a multi-functional room that can also be used as a  lounge with an L-shaped sofa. For one of our customers. You could even design a Cinema Room with a very impressive 75 inch flat-screen TV and full surround sound system. Climate control helps ensure this is in year-round use.

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