Male interiors are usually dramatic and sexy, which is why they love girls too and enjoy coming to the bachelorette party. We’ve already found some examples of masculine bedrooms, home offices and kitchens furnishing, but what about one of the main rooms in the house that is important not only for relaxing but also for guests? A masculine living room is a cool space, no matter what style you prefer, whether you want a strict and laconic space or a colorful and luxurious one. Traditional dark colors and black and white color schemes are always cool, but if you need some color there are a few variations in different colors in traditional or Victorian styles. Minimalism and natural materials would make your bachelor’s living room austere and very cool! Check out some more ideas below.
Colors and materials
A manly living room doesn’t always mean a dark one, it can be moody or light, neutral or whatever you like. Decide on a color scheme that you are comfortable with and, if you want, add a little dark or light accents. Try materials that are timeless, leather and fur that are sexy and add a textural touch. Use brick walls, or at least a statement wall, to make the room feel rougher.
Furniture and works of art
First, find out which style you prefer: contemporary, minimalist, mid-century modern, industrial (very popular with men!) Or any other. Choose furniture that matches your decorating style – it can be sophisticated in vintage style, sleek and contemporary, cozy mid-century, or even in metal and wood with a rough industrial flair. Don’t forget about accessories such as carpets, curtains, pillows and other items to make your room more welcoming and highlight its style. The artwork can complete the space or add colorful accents or prints and patterns. How can you give your room a manly touch with accessories and decor? Choose the right works of art, choose bold furniture in non-girlish colors, and go for laconic lines and patterns.