This article comes care of a fantastic question that one of my lovely subscribers asked me. I love coming up with a balance of practical and aesthetic solutions for my readers and their man space homes – it’s what I do! This is the question that inspired todays article about how to store your music at home:
I have a massive passion for music and I have a huge CD collection that I barely use anymore and secondly I am in the process of buying a turntable and speakers for my apartment. I guess my questions are what are your clients doing with CDs they no longer use, as most have moved to digital. Do they store them or is there a great modern way to display them? Then do you have any ideas for the ideal Man Cave set up for having a turntable and speakers and small record collection. When I Google pictures of the turntable and records I seem to only get old 70′s style photos or DJ set ups…. – BEN
The furniture industry is continually evolving and I love it! I have an appreciation of both ends of the scale (and everything in between), from family run Italian furniture companies who have been operating for decades, to brand new startups that think outside the square for todays market. Which brings me to the latter – introducing NOMI.
It’s not everyday I get interviewed for a Fairfax article and I was (literally) jumping for joy recently when Designer Man Cave was featured in an Executive Style article for Sydney Morning Herald and other Fairfax publications around Australia. The topic was ‘The mantuary gets a makeover‘ and covered perspectives from the commercial, building and residential sectors.
I am really excited to share with you, the work of one of my favourite Australian artists, Aaron Kinnane who I have known for a few years now. I’ve been following his ever-evolving career and he is a man that can turn his artistic hand to many different styles. When I first met Aaron, he was creating the most amazing watercolour works of which I commissioned him to make one for a bachehor pad I was working on at the time. Fast forward to 2014, and I’m thrilled to be introduced to the new collection, Sunset Studies.