This is my husband in his "man cave". I can't remember when I first heard that term. Now it seems every man wants one. My husband's is in the basement, which we had finished after we moved to this house.
Every man cave must have a flat-screen television, the bigger the better. See the globe in the foreground? That's my globe of the moon. I've had it for years; it shows where the moon landing landed, as well as other landmarks on the moon.
Today, he's watching the Masters Tournament. When he isn't in his man cave, you can often find him playing golf. See the little electric stove in the corner? That helps warm up the basement in the winter.
Of course, there is room for some of my things in the man cave, too. Those are my bird cages on the table by the window.
Bookshelves with my books and some dolls.
My beloved "mushroom lamp" from the 1960s and a Hawaiian quilt I bought on Maui.
I can put in whatever I want; quilts, globes, birdhouses, lamps, books, art. He doesn't care, as long as he has a comfy place to sit and a big T.V. He can watch golf, football, basketball, hockey... whatever he wants, and I can watch HGTV and the Food Network upstairs. Sometimes I join him to watch something we both like, like "Justified" or "Homeland".