Masculine interior decors are not suitable for bachelor pads only. A space that’s beautifully decorated with masculine touches can be equally appealing for both sexes and can even be a wonderful option for a family home. But how to integrate these accents without being too simplistic and drastic?
The right color palette.
The colors you should use include darker tones such as brown, black, grey or navy blue. Neutrals are also a great option. Masculine spaces are usually not cheerful or vibrant.
Leather sofas and armchairs will always give out a masculine vibe. Opt for the types that are simple and basic, without decorative elements or sophisticated designs. The more robust and simple the better.
Minimalist wall décor.
The wall décor should be kept very simple. You can display photos and artwork but the frames should feature few or no embellishments. This example is really great. A variety of black and white accents.
Here, the exposed brick and the old trunk nightstand complete the décor.
Speaking of which, an old wooden trunk turned into a nightstand is a gorgeous idea.
Masculine interior designs are not known for being fashionable. So include classical furniture such as this Eames lounge chair, maybe a few other timeless pieces too.
Dark solid wood.
There’s something about dark-stained wood that makes it look masculine, elegant and classy. Pair it with a few other dark accents.
The right theme.
If you want to pick a theme for the room, there re several options to choose from. For example, try making the room look like a hunter’s cabin.