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Why Manly Men Need Pinterest

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Although Pinterest might get stereotyped for being a women’s website, you’d be surprised at how many useful ideas there are for men. We’ve rounded up pins from our 10 favorite Pinterest boards for masculine decorating, showing all the manly men out there why they should be on Pinterest. No Guy Should Miss Out on These Awesome Ideas: A couch made from recycled car parts, from the Blinds.com Pinterest Board Manly Home Picks Shelving made from pipes, from the board Masculine Decor via Joi Lipari A coffee table that doubles as a foosball table, from the board Man-ly Decor via Liz DiTomaso A retro TV converted into a bar, from the board Man Cave Decor with Class via Ann Marie @Household6diva A pool table made from a Mustang car frame, from the board Garage/Man…

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4 Man Caves Dad Would Love for Father’s Day

With Father’s Day approaching, why not post about something our Dads can enjoy too? These Man Caves we found on Houzz would inspire any man to renovate his home. Here’s a Few of Our Favorites: This definition of a Man Cave is quite literal. This Batman-themed media room would be a favorite for any Batman aficionado or movie-lover. Blackout shades are a MUST in a TV-watching room like this. Just like Batman, your Dad needs some high-tech gadgets in his Bat Cave like the Motorized Cellular Shades that he can control with the push of a button. This room may be a Man Cave, but it sure has style. The elegant flooring and rich hues create a stunning look. Any guy would…

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Houzz into Home: Interior Design Trends You’ve Got to See

While browsing one of our newest favorite sites, Houzz, we came across 4 stunning spaces that we just couldn’t do without so we decided to share them with you. Happy Inspirational Wednesday! This room scene is the perfect marriage between contemporary and country ‘chic’. The antique details add a cozy feel without overpowering the room and sending it into a past decade. The wood accents on the ceiling and doors would pair beautifully with our 2 1/2″ Shutter Style Wood Blinds, adding a touch of warmth to the windows. This beautiful dining room evokes the natural beauty of the outdoors and brings it inside. The warm wood dining table, floral centerpiece, and pale green paint color all help develop the…

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Get Your Windows Ready for the Super Bowl

collThe countdown is in the single digits for The Big Game. You’ve got a snack-tastic menu planned that will rock the coffee table, and have plastered the house with your team’s colors, but are your windows ready? The planets have aligned so that kickoff will coincide exactly with sunset in many cities across the nation. Your monster sized TV won’t do you any good if there’s a huge glare on the screen coming from due west. Get Your Man Cave Game Day Ready Block out glare and protect gadgets that can be damaged by the sun with these top notch roller shades. When you choose the motorized lift system you can turn your living room into game time central with…

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Manly Decorating – Man-Up Your Home’s Style

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For newlyweds and anyone starting a new home, it can be a struggle to balance the decor styles of both partners. Having the chevron rug and the purple couch in the living room may cause the overall look to skew a little too girly. Go crazy with all that in the ma’am cave. Bring some gender equality to your home by incorporating a few manly decorating elements in the areas you both use the most.  Even if one half of the couple is the designated design guru, take steps to make your home reflect both of your personal styles and interests. Here are a few tips to help man-up your home decor while still maintaining a stylish look. Map it Out…

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