Mentions of man caves are bouncing beyond House Hunters and spilling into the storage industry. Yes, man cave storage units are a thing now.
Men across the country are using self storage spaces to create their home away from home.
And we don’t blame them. Man cave storage units can free up space at your house and also serve as an offsite sanctuary. Whether you’re a parent looking for a place to pause, or a fitness fiend searching for a space to create a storage unit gym, we have some tips to help your out-of-house hideaway happen.
Here are some man cave storage ideas:
Before you embark on your man cave mission, carefully read and review your storage facility’s guidelines. Remember, most storage units have industrial zoning. What does that mean for you? You can hang out in your man cave storage unit, as long as you don’t live in it.
Start small. Move in a comfy couch and some small tables, and you instantly have a space to escape.
Give your man cave purpose. Unlike the rest of your home, which needs to be childproofed or "safe for company", your den décor can reflect your unique tastes. Will it be a sports-inspired area featuring a foosball table and your favorite recliner? Maybe it’s a makeshift brewery filled with your favorite homemade hops. Whatever it is, make your man cave your own.
Yes, your man cave is your personal retreat—but why not invite friends for a day or night out? Here are a few ideas:
Keep Monopoly money safe and accounted for!
You deserve a space to showcase your stuff! Good luck converting your storage unit into the ultimate man cave.