Man Cave Sofa
As if buying furniture for the rest of the house wasn’t already hard enough. When it comes to man cave furniture, the struggle is all too real. Let’s face it, you’re not going to find a whole lot of masculine sofas, chairs and tables out there. More than often, the ones you come across that meet the manly grade require forking over a pretty penny. In reality, the cool industrial and retro designs fetch a premium, hefty price tag. However, that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. Instead, it means you just need to get a little creative here. In this guide of the top 75 best man cave furniture ideas you’ll find a handful of do it yourself projects. Most notably are the bookcases, shelving, bar stools, bars, media TV stands and coffee tables. If you want to give it a shot, you can always try building couches and chairs too, but that’s another can of worms. For seating, consider the following: The Eames chair, egg chair, aluminum aviator chair, tufted leather couch, etc. Now, while these are all excellent choices, at first glance they can seem pretty unfriendly to any small budget. However, understand that there are the authentic originals and the modern re-productions. Unless you are an interior design snob, you probably won’t know, or much less care about the difference. Take for instance the incredible plywood and leather Eames lounge chair which can run five-grand and upwards. You can purchase the same model style for around six-hundred or less. Or you can go the pre-owned route and most likely get it for your man cave at an even lower cost. Retro, designer and industrial pieces aside, it’s hard to go with the traditional approach. Any dark brown leather couch and club chair with compliment a man cave like a fine glass of scotch and a hand rolled cigar. With that said, go ahead and discover the top 75 best man cave furniture ideas below. You’ll find plenty of cool design inspiration to explore alongside numerous DIY projects along the way.
Man Cave Sofa
Because the wild range of man cave styles springs right from the individual homeowners themselves, we can only imagine the specific details of the rooms. However, we can make a very educated guess about what sofa might be right for your particular man cave.
Man Cave Sofa
You can have so much fun decorating a man cave it’s actually really exciting to simply think about it. A project like this offers a lot of possibilities. Let’s say you decorate a bachelor pad or a basement. Think about all the themes you can choose from, all the gadgets and fun features, all meant to make you happy. You can be very bold when decorating a man cave and the whole project is a great way to express and manifest your personality.
Man Cave Sofa
The great thing about sectionals is that, if you pick the right one, you’ve got the majority of your furniture already taken care of. These incredibly useful sofas come in virtually any style to satisfy a range of man cave types. The best examples feature chaise lounges, recliners, or even built-in storage options, and make the most out of your man cave setting.
Man Cave Sofa
This bespoke dark mocha toned leather sofa is perfect for any traditionally appointed man cave. The arrowhead feet and nailhead trim add a sense of sharp detail while the broad, smooth backing adds an open, minimalist face that emphasizes comfort.
Man Cave Sofa
In this guide of the top 75 best man cave furniture ideas you’ll find a handful of do it yourself projects. Most notably are the bookcases, shelving, bar stools, bars, media TV stands and coffee tables. If you want to give it a shot, you can always try building couches and chairs too, but that’s another can of worms.
Retro, designer and industrial pieces aside, it’s hard to go with the traditional approach. Any dark brown leather couch and club chair with compliment a man cave like a fine glass of scotch and a hand rolled cigar.
Whether you’re leaving a room decorated as-is, simply applying a new coat of paint, or performing a complete overhaul, you’re going to be selecting some new furniture. Basically, it’s a foundation of man cave creation.
Traditionally styled sofas are perfect for the more elegant end of man cave setups. These beautiful pieces of furniture add a dose of richness, formality, and of course, comfort to any space. They’d be right at home in a room fit for cigars and brandy!
This gorgeous recliner features bright stitching across a deep chocolate leather body for a high contrast, detailed appearance. It completes any man cave in need of some serious dedicated comfort, with the added help of some built-in storage.
Where would you keep your beverages if you had a man cave? Surely, a shelf would be a bit boring. A bar is a good idea but if you want something more impressive and unusual, try an underfloor cellar. It would be like a secret room under the floor and you can hide it from everyone else or design it with a glass cover.
These sofas are ones which look best in a modern or contemporary styled man cave, those in which clean lines, subtle tones, and a sense of space prevail. The sofas in this category have a sleek appearance and often surprising features.
Here’s a unique sectional design, crafted in a broad curved U-shape, rather than the standard L-shaped design. This makes for a more striking appearance in virtually any shape room, but especially so in a large man cave with room to spare. A pair of square ottomans bookends the piece.
This sectional flaunts a subtly modern design, with a tiered cushioning and a bespoke, subtle chrome frame. The chaise lounge adds a new dimension of comfort and will be the envy of any friends in your man cave.
So now we come to the ultimate in modern man cave sectional bliss. This racing inspired two-tone set includes reclining seats, hidden drink trays, and an out of this world sense of style that will be the highlight of any interior.
While this sofa may be a sectional, it doesn’t look like the traditional examples you’re likely to see. The broad, curved base makes room for abundant comfort space and boasts a chaise that faces into the rest of the sofa.
We grabbed fantastic examples of many popular styles of sofa, including our top featured example, pictured above. This contemporary design in black leather features a button tufted back and clean, minimal lines that would fit well in any modern styled space.
This sofa showcases the truly versatile end of the recliner spectrum, with a full three sets of reclining seats between its thickly cushioned arms. Even better, the middle back can be folded down to reveal cupholders and a spot for snacks.
Complementing the prior example, this wider low slung sofa takes the minimalist approach, with simple chromed metal framing and a set of angular but soft leather cushions. It’s an elegant but tough look.
We love a sleek, modern sectional, and this one is no exception. The head cushions can be angled for utmost comfort, while the chaise lounge section adds a layer of relaxation that a standard sofa can’t match.
The bright silver tone of this sofa invites a closer look, revealing bespoke button tufting and thick pillow back. The angular, upright frame makes for a timeless look that straddles the line between traditional and contemporary style.
Speaking of style, we know that there is no single definitive style for man caves. They are as diverse and varied as home interiors themselves, often tailored toward the homeowner’s personality in unique ways.
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