If I am ever lucky enough to have a full on man cave bar in my home, then this is exactly what I want it to look like. I think that whomever designed this awesome space truly understands what makes rustic home decor great because it looks just like a cantina or something that you would see in the old west or down in Tijuana -- just so my scene. The only thing that I may have done differently is to create a little bit more of an enclosure over by the pool table because I think that it takes away from the overall vibe just slightly. Other than that, I am definitely going to save these man cave pictures in case I have the space to recreate this design one day (fingers crossed that day comes soon!)
This man cave bar is definitely one for the books because it is both elegant as well as ultra posh. Our goal when we were picking out the man cave bar ideas was to create a space that had almost a vintage flare and felt like an old speakeasy or something that you would walk into in Charleston back in "the day." We have always gravitated towards older and more classic designs, so building out this bar was certainly no different. Probably my favorite part of the entire design is the gorgeous paneled bar that serves as the focal point. I think that it really centers the entire space and all of the other elements from the ornate pool table to the man cave wall decor all serves to accent this piece.
If were to picture the perfect man cave bar in my head, then this design would certainly be it. Absolutely everything about this room is so stunning -- from the ornate architectural detailing on the ceiling and columns, to the impeccably chosen furniture and everything in between. I have to say that this is easily the most glamorous of all of the man cave designs that I have seen on here and is certainly reminiscent of a high class lounge that you might see politicians or royalty frequent decades ago (or maybe now). This decor is probably far more ornate than most of the man cave ideas for basement that you see on here, but I just had to post this photo because I knew somebody other than myself would be totally enthralled by it.
It's funny, because long before we ever even knew this house existed (or even before we got married) my husband and I started planning out his man cave bar. We have even been collecting various decorative items and memorabilia throughout our dating lives then on our honeymoon and beyond. It is so fun seeing these man cave ideas finally come to fruition and I am super proud to share them here today. It was really important to us that we had a multi functional space that was not overly masculine or dedicated to one activity or another. I think that we were able to achieve a really nice balance of class man cave decor alongside more mainstream living area designs so that the space would continue to be versatile.
I know that this man cave bar is certainly not the most exciting one on this site, but I have gotta say that I love the simplicity of it. Between the stone accent wall and the really nicely detailed cabinets, I think that the foundation of this design is just awesome and is the perfect base to accent with other bolder room decor ideas. While thinking about how I wanted my bar to look I knew that I wanted to avoid a lot of those cliche and over the top designs that you often see on here. Not that there is anything wrong with a true man cave, but it just isn't the look I want for my personal home. I want the space to be versatile and able to be used for other things than a man cave bar, you know?
If I could conjure up the perfect man cave bar in an instant, it would definitely be this room. I am not an over the top kind of guy, in fact I like to consider myself quite refined with an eye for style and high quality home interior design. Even if I were designing a "boys only" space (haha), I would still want it to feel classy and complete. This awesome room definitely has all of that and more. If I had to pinpoint one or two elements that stand out to me the most, it would definitely be the wood columns and the stone fireplace. To me, those could go anywhere in the home and are definitely a welcome upgrade from your traditional garage man cave ideas. The only thing this place needs is a pool table, and a couple of cool pieces of artwork on the walls.