After a year of what feels like weeks of the same day over and over, we finally have something to look forward to in the form of the Big Game.
Because we’re all socially distanced, many of us will be spending the big weekend a little differently than usual. You'll want this year's man cave to be especially souped-up for any Zoom parties or live streams you or your friends may have.
This week, we’re coming to you with a blog that showcases all our must-have items for the perfect game-day experience in your man cave.
Is there anything better than beer, deer, and games?
If you tend to go for rustic decor with cabin or hunting-style motifs, then you’re going to love what we’ve chosen for this man cave’s must-haves.
Of course, we advise keeping lots of reclaimed or natural wood pieces alongside practical items like storage, shelving, and decor. Just because this style tends to lean more towards the neutral side, however, doesn’t mean you can’t spice things up with the help of a scenic canvas print or a fun (and totally appropriate!) cap catcher.
A modern man needs an upscale and modern space to match.
Whether you’re celebrating game day alone or with your closest friends, we’ve got your decor covered!
The goal with any modern man cave is to keep things simple, functional, and streamlined. Opt for decor that will help you make the most of your multipurpose space. Whether that means nonslip rugs to protect your floors, display shelves for bottles, toys, and collectibles, or lighting that doubles as decor, any items that go into this room should ultimately showcase your refined and elegant style.
All bets are on the Sunday after next and nowhere does that phrase ring more true than in this man cave!
For those turning this famous sporting event into their own game of chance, focus on getting your man cave up-to-par with the stakes. We recommend looking for decor pieces that emphasize the showmanship and excitement of the odds. We love the idea of transforming your space with some vintage LED signs, bar and chop shop-themed decor and cheeky items that nod to Lady Luck.
Many Americans will tune into the Big Game via their computers, laptops, and wifi connection.
For the tech-savvy gentleman with a space to match, we love the idea of setting the mood with neon lights. Aside from some fun lighting, don’t forget to inject your space with your own personal style by displaying your consoles, accessories, collectibles, and favorite art pieces.
Since we know you’re probably more interested in getting back into your gameplay, we’ve picked out some of our favorite pieces from across our side.
Whatever your gameday plans, we know you’ll have your space ready to go come February 7th. Next week, we’ll help you get your pantries ready for the big event and share a few tips on how we’re prepping for a socially distanced Game Day. Till then, stay safe!