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Get rid of the man cave and bring back the study

The man cave is a coinage with a decidedly negative connotation. It conjures up images of mismatched sofas, overstuffed armchairs and comically over-proportioned television sets clustered into a lightless room with a sub-standard approach to hygiene. Essentially, the man cave is an interior design term that refers to the absence of interior design. Scroll down to see the spaces. When renovating his own West Hollywood bungalow, interior designer Philip Nimmo, an avid antiques hunter, decided to mix vintage finds with custom pieces. Photo by Roger Davies.

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The man cave is a coinage with a decidedly negative connotation. It conjures up images of mismatched sofas, overstuffed armchairs and comically over-proportioned television sets clustered into a lightless room with a sub-standard approach to hygiene. Essentially, the man cave is an interior design term that refers to the absence of interior design. Scroll down to see the spaces. When renovating his own West Hollywood bungalow, interior designer Philip Nimmo, an avid antiques hunter, decided to mix vintage finds with custom pieces.

Photo by Roger Davies. Taxidermy is used to spectacular effect in this Los Angeles home. Image via Apartment Therapy. See more in Introspective. Left: Dutch designer Fons Cohen transformed a former Amsterdam church into a home for his family. Image via Trendland. Right: British architect Chris Dyson preserved the industrial qualities of a former warehouse when he converted it to a residence in the Shoreditch neighborhood of London.

Photo by Peter Landers. Designed by Spanish architecture firm Villa Blanch , this stripped-down Barcelona loft boasts a cool, industrial pedigree — the building used to house a printing press — and the kind of grand proportions that make a big-screen TV look appropriate, not silly.

Stained floor boards, a moody color palette and lush fabrications add up to create one incredibly seductive bedroom. Design and photo by Italian furniture studio Minotti. Photo by Mikiko Kikuyama. Photo by Victoria Pearson for House Beautiful. Right: Barcelona-based decorator and blogger Katty Schiebeck used a creamy, understated palette and high-impact photography to create this spare, sexy nook.

Even Keith Richards behaves like a gentleman in this lush, layered study. Photo by Christopher Sykes. Designer Laura Santos combined a traditional billiards table with slender, midcentury-inspired seating for this lakeside retreat.

Architect Mike Jacobs used cedar and stucco to add a sense of unfussy warmth in this open, airy Los Angeles home. Please note the incredible Brutalist chandelier. Photo by Michael Wells. Author Norman Mailer had a famously rocky domestic life — but his book-filled Brooklyn apartment reflects a cozy charm. But more scandalously, the property was used in real life for several Playboy photo shoots. Photo via Palm Springs Life. Dutiful Netflix watchers should be able to recognize this raw, stylishly undone loft apartment: It belongs to fictional photographer Adam Galloway from House of Cards.

Photograph courtesy of Netflix. Calvin Klein creative director Francisco Costa has a pared-down Manhattan apartment with a well-edited collection of masculine accents check out that horn chair in the foreground! A blonde, patchwork pony hair rug and a long, horizontal black mirror elevate this home wet bar created by Atlanta-based designer Joel Kelly.

The ultimate bachelor pad? Stewart Williams — and evidently came equipped with pre-poured cocktails. Design firm Dodd Mitchell used shag carpeting, velvet-upholstered chairs and brass accents to create this louche seating tableau for the now-defunct MyHouse nightclub in Hollywood. Photo by Yoshihiro Koitani. No more stories to load; check out Introspective Magazine. Follow Us. You May Also Enjoy. Loading next story… No more stories to load; check out Introspective Magazine.

The study was once a place for the gentlemen to retire to. Privacy and respect. Every child got their own bedroom, and with advances in technology, we saw emergence of computer rooms and home offices. An adult play room.

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