Tuesday, November 18, 2014
We were invited by Man Crates- Gifts for Men to take part in their Man Cave Makeover challenge!
What does that entail??
WELL. What gifts and items could WE, Traci Connell Interiors,
suggest to gift to a man for his "special" room in the house?
Man Crates is an online store that has just about anything for that man in your life that already has everything! From creative wooden crates filled with speciality foods to beers ... you CAN find whatever you need for that impossible-to-shop-for man this Christmas!
When asked - What would WE gift a man for his man cave re-do... we knew the perfect solution. Bring on the industrial lighting made from old whiskey and beer bottles along with a mix of leather, woods, and metals to transform this manly space.
Custom modern cowhide rugs with "cross-hair" hunting inspired drapes give the room depth and softness by adding in fabrics and textures. What better to define a man cave, than a "man cave pillow" to top off the Le Corbusier black leather sofa?
And lastly, a few built-in units to finish off this "cave". A custom 3-TV spaced media wall and free formed wood topped bar for eating and drinking!
With the recent SNOW here in the Dallas area ...
we got in the Christmas spirit and began thinking of our gift list for the season!
This just seemed like the BEST gift for that dingy man cave ;)
Wonder what it smells like?!
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The award-winning entrepreneur creates gorgeous interiors that also offer livable-style. Traci says: “What good is a luxurious home if you can’t actually live in it?” That philosophy drives her to provide high-end interior design that really lasts for every one of her clients.
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