Hey guys!!Happy new month and happy Movember! So I’m keeping my promise for when I said that I was going to make November the man month in the blog. I’m super excited because I feel like this will help make a change in the realm and perception of interior design which has been one dominated by women with men going a little unrecognized and mostly not associated with interior design. I can ask you to name only 5 male interior designers especially in Kenya and trust me you won’t arrive to the fifth person. Think about it. That is how bad it is.
Therefore, to help overcome Interior Designs gender problem, this months’ articles will all have to do with masculine oriented topics. The Man Cave edition is inspired by a need to recognize men, their safe havens, and things they need to know about interior design with regards to the ultimate bachelor pad and appreciation of men in the practice as well. Basically anything we can think of. A little change in the association of values should be fun, right? I know that there are design minded men frustrated by the ‘feminine’ world of interiors out here somewhere, and this really shouldn’t be the case.
I’d like you guys to feel free to give suggestions as well; on anything you want me to talk about based on our month’s topic in the comments section below. Let’s be the change we want to see in the world of design and make it a better place.
Thank you guys for following up with the articles thus far, I really do appreciate you.
*Peace and laughter*




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    martin kariuki

    Hi, thank for finally thinking about us, Movember, I bet this is the most man friendly month if the year, not counting take your man out September. Now kindly tell us how we can customize our space but being gentle to the women in our lives.(the girlfriend who says your digs is so ‘manlike without colour or life’).
    Note I love my space without the pink and purples.

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    Dennis Kamau

    Well, I guess it’s time the man cave finally got an upgrade. Hopefully the ultimate bachelor pad in wait.
    I know I’m not the best with colors especially so I’m looking forward to that.
    Really good stuff!!

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    Good that you have noticed us hehe. We would like to hear what’s your take on men’s personal spaces how we keep it simple no complications and what advice do you have for us. Keep up the good work tho.

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    First things first, nice read. Now I’d like to have your take on how to have extremes in the sense that on one hand it’s a classy man space but then on the other hand it’s an all out man cave under one roof. (Can be separate rooms)

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