A Checklist to Know If You Have An Industrial Mancave

  • April 26, 2018

An industrial mancave is a popular design style for condos and houses. It’s ideal for bachelor pads and While there is no exact formula to making the perfect industrial mancave, there are some elements that will make it what it is. Here’s 6 details we always see in an industrial mancave!  

1 Exposed pipes

Exposed pipes are While some work around this by repainting PVC pipes with a metallic coat,

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2 Roughly Finished Cement Flooring

Nothing is more grungy and dingy than a roughly finished cement floor.

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3 Brick Walls

A staple in any industrial condo, the brick wall reminds us of New York lofts and Brooklyn warehouses turned apartments. They add warmth to a space.

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4 Metal chairs

Scout for stools and accent chairs with a hint of metal. These will tie in with your mascular theme, especially if you have exposed pipes in your unit.

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5 Chesterfield couch

The Chesterfield couch is a staple in any dapper mancave. It also has a veryyy masculine background!

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6 Brown, Black, Gray

A lot of mancaves are dressed in this palette, and rightly so. While the black and gray might add a cold feeling, the brown neutralizes it with its innate visual warmth.  

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