The Wall Space above the Masculine Night Stand

masculine night stand decorating

Items: Mirror by Jayson Home and Garden, Wall Antler, Art Print from Natural Curiosities, Lamp by Ralph Lauren, Nightstand by Vanguard Furniture

One of these days I’ll let you know if “Men are from Mars” when it comes to design and decorating. Being new in interior design, I must say most of my clients have been females of course but get this, my first ever client was actually a male. It was a disaster. After multiple attempts at trying to get his design vision, he broke up with me. Don’t get me wrong, I did a lot of work, I just never got him and I’m sure he never got me. It wasn’t a match and although I’d like to think it’s his fault…I’m sure it’s mostly mine, my inexperience at that time and perhaps not listening intently to what a guy has to say.

Well, fast forward and I’m having a few male clients again and tell you what… they are awesome! I am seriously starting to like doing masculine design. The little board above is for a male friend-client. I love a guy who understands that a well put-together space is important and yes, especially if you’re a bachelor. We got a pair of fabulous Vanguard furniture night stands with a gray and dark brown wood finish options and to get together the area, here are my recommendations for accessorizing the manly way:

(1) Go for a limited number of hues, 2 or 3 at the most.

(2) Go for textures that is organic and comes from nature — like horn, wood and leather.

(3) Go wild! Tasteful taxidermy is always good.

(4) With art prints, go abstract or geometric.

Happy Friday everybody! What’s in store for you this weekend?

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