Looking for a more masculine way to decorate for the holidays? An excellent way to do this is by replacing flowers with cut greenery. Here, discarded soup cans were given new life as vessels thanks to a coat of black spray paint. To add life, simple cypress tree cuttings were placed inside to bring a pop of green to the mantel.
Metal bookshelves, wood paneling and a cowhide rug are just a few details that make this home office feel masculine. A unique desk pairs with a midcentury modern chair and two red leather armchairs with metal frames. Vintage car prints and cool gray wall paint finish off the stellar design.
A custom metal and wood stair rail echoes the industrial accents found throughout the great room and dining room. The strong lines of the railing add texture and stand out against the whitewashed wood floors and vaulted white ceilings.
A coffered ceiling makes a beautiful architectural statement overhead, while a navy-and-white rug grounds this masculine meets contemporary home office. A comfortable Chesterfield sofa pairs with a sleek glass coffee table for a relaxing seating area, while the distressed desk is a light-filled workspace.
The homeowners wanted a cool, masculine space for their newest addition, so designers brought in a rustic, wood crib and fun sports accents. A mobile with all sorts of sport balls hangs over the crib, and pennants from the homeowners' favorite sports teams adorn the wall. The finishing touch is a masculine name plate that hangs above the crib, making the space personal for the family and their new baby boy.
Hallmarks of masculine style, leather walls, nailhead trim, dark woods and rich colors, combine to create this cozy, traditional living room. Gold-framed art hangs above the classic, dark wood fireplace, an elegant focal point.
The media room adds dramatic color and rich, masculine accents, creating the feeling of a true bachelor pad. Perfect for entertaining, this room offers a bar, media equipment and accommodates up to 12 people. Back-lit movie posters on canvas add theater ambiance, while a comfortable sectional is a great spot for watching a movie.
The homeowners wanted a space for their boys that was both fun and masculine, so designers used a navy, teal, walnut and gold color palette to create this shared boys' room that has private spaces for each of the children.
Prior to the makeover, this master bedroom was in contractor-grade condition, from its neutral carpet to the beige paint on its walls. Taking inspiration from its colorful abstract art, the room received a new identity with shades of blue accented with fire-engine red. The paper lantern light fixtures add lightness to this otherwise masculine bedroom.