Masculine Bedroom Spaces

By OckyDub | Posted Jan 14 2016 | 28 Comments  

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I’m a grateful appreciator of architecture and design. I’m also thankful that over the years publications like Interior Design, Home Trends, Architecture Digest in addition to networks television stations like HGTV and DIY; have shown that interior designs, accent decorations and styles can be masculine and at times even aggressive. I came across examples of masculine designed bedrooms and thought some of these rooms look like habitable works of art. The wall hangings, color palettes, lighting, accent pieces, bedding, flooring, furniture, etc., are inspirational. At the same time, I can feel the energy of a couple of these bedrooms may be to contemporary or modern for some. Check out the link Masculine Bedroom Ideas Evoking Style for additional details on the designers of each bedroom presented.


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OckyDub

Octavius is a founder and editor of Cypher Avenue. He's here to help speak for us and show the world that masculine gay / bisexual men of color are not a part of the stereotypical gay normal that is seen and fed to the masses. No...we are a distinct breed, filled with character and pride. Cypher Avenue is here to show the world how we are different.

   
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  1. redsai84
    redsai84 | January 14th, 2016
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    i can rock wit this one

  2. cypher21
    cypher21 | January 14th, 2016
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    I love these :dwill:

    ockydub

    Great Post!

  3. African King
    African King | January 14th, 2016
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    Damn who knew Ocky's house was so fly tho!!! I see you big bro!!! LOL

  4. bpaisle
    bpaisle | January 14th, 2016
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  5. grownman
    grownman | January 14th, 2016
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    This is me every step of the way. Simple. Beautiful outside view.

  6. Tyroc
    Tyroc | January 14th, 2016
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    I dig this space with different and less art. Smaller rug and without the chairs.View attachment 1343
    With this bed and foot bench and table
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  7. Day'lon
    Day'lon | January 14th, 2016
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    Grown and sexy rooms…I like them all

  8. BlackguyExecutive
    BlackguyExecutive | January 15th, 2016
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    I all of these concepts. I like the minimalist designs. This is the one I like from the options presented.

  9. Lancer
    Lancer | January 15th, 2016
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    When I saw "masculine bedroom spaces". I thought here we go again with this ''Masc4Masc'' campaign so engrossed in Cypheravenue 'Terms and Conditions' but reading the post and the pictures i TOTALLY get it and LOVE IT. A space CAN be masculine. I love the minimalist approach too.

  10. Tuquan | January 15th, 2016
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    Uhhh…if I walked into a bedroom with this artwork I am walking right back out the room. LOL

  11. hannibal
    hannibal | January 15th, 2016
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    Are these masculine bedrooms or wealthy peoples bedrooms?

    • FrekeNastye757
      FrekeNastye757 | June 20th, 2017
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      My thoughts exactly…even tho a lot of those rooms are very nice.

  12. Budda3001
    Budda3001 | January 16th, 2016
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    This was really cool. I just remolded my bed room and I have combine a few of these designs. I must say that my room is masculine. Instead of gray and black my walls mine are deep chocolate brown. I add plaids on my mastress set and put up bamboo curtains. I will send a picture of it when I final get it clean for photos. I add stainless steel ceiling fan with remote. I love my room so much I don't wont to get out of bed.

  13. Uberstar | January 16th, 2016
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    I like the article.Love the minimalist aspect of the designs but I like the design with the big chair and the warm brown cozy colors the most. I can live in that room.

  14. Omega Level
    Omega Level | January 16th, 2016
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    ockydub

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    I’m a grateful appreciator of architecture and design. I’m also thankful that over the years publications like Interior Design, Home Trends, Architecture Digest in addition to networks television stations like HGTV and DIY; have shown that interior designs, accent decorations and styles can be masculine and at times even aggressive. I came across examples of masculine designed bedrooms and thought some of these rooms look like habitable works of art. The wall hangings, color palettes, lighting, accent pieces, bedding, flooring, furniture, etc., are inspirational. At the same time, I can feel the energy of a couple of these bedrooms may be to contemporary or modern for some. Check out the link Masculine Bedroom Ideas Evoking Style for additional details on the designers of each bedroom presented.

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    Amazing Ocky. Love this thread. And you have great taste Bro….

    Read the whole post here.

  15. ColumbusGuy
    ColumbusGuy | January 22nd, 2016
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    When I saw the first one with I thought, 'I am going to hate these', but I actually like most of them. I would kick puppies for the one with the city view and the wood chest of drawers between the double doors to the balcony.

  16. Rico
    Rico | July 20th, 2016
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    Masculine bedroom? Ha! When I saw the thread headline, the first thing that came to mind was
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    Lol. After living a year like this guy in the Middle East, you could have put me in a lavender-colored, fur-lined frock inside RuPaul's or Liberace's bedroom on pink satin sheets with an oil painting of Richard Simmons hanging over the headboard and my ass would have happily slept and snored like a mu'fugga!

    Seriously, most of those bedroom layout pics are too busy and claustrophobic for me. I'll take a traditional but modern Japanese layout, simple and geometric, open with earth colors ('cause I'm a tree hugging mofo that likes to sleep on hard surfaces and floors).

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  17. ColumbusGuy
    ColumbusGuy | July 20th, 2016
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    ^^ UGH! I am so sick of 'Danish modern regurgitation from the 50's with a pseudo-oriental twist' I could puke. All that fucking WHITE!!!! (damn I despise all white rooms!!!!) and those sharp corners on everything in a bedroom of all places And all that damn empty wasted space! All I can think of is bumped, cut and bruised ankles, knees, hips, etc. LOL. Hell I would have to roll on and off a low bed like that ala Edwina Monsoon! (yeah a guilty pleasure lol).

  18. Rico
    Rico | July 20th, 2016
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    ???
    Dude, none of that is Danish. Those were actual Japanese bedrooms. Sorry, European and African designs and art bore the fuck out of me. Visual cacophony, no structure, no discipline. All fury, no sound. America: a nation of obese Big Mac eaters working in ugly ass offices under fluorescent light bulbs, scared of large open windows, natural light and freedom. Pfffftttt….Not me.
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    I've always been a fan and disciple of Asian, particularly Japanese design. Keep your HGTV and IKEA, I'll be hanging with my Nippon homies on the home decor.
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  19. ColumbusGuy
    ColumbusGuy | July 20th, 2016
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    Listen you old capitalist troll, 'Danish Modern' covers more than just 'Danish furniture'-it is an all embracing term to refer to the streamlined straightline postwar aesthetic(the one defined in architecture by idiots like Le Corbusier and that spilled over like overflowing sewage and applied to furnishings and home decor) You know, when grand old homes with great craftsmen touches like great woodwork and curved plaster were gutted and fine furniture was displaced with 'Space Age' plastic crap…the same shit that was then ripped out in the seventies and eighties when people realized it was cold ugly sterile shit?

    And as if streamlined ideas of modern shit have not cross-pollinated around the world among the elite in the last 70 years!

    And sorry, the 'modern office' looks more like your nightmare images(especially the overbright all white one) than the majority of traditionally furnished homes do. Keep your streamlined rectilinear checkerboard sameness…good luck keeping all those windows and white surfaces clean bro!

    *If you were really about Japanese shit, you would be using a hibachi and have walls made out of paper and struggling to keep your shit warm in the Chicago winter!

    :sass1::mjlol::troll:

    *Nippon homies….lol dude…The Japanese…until 70 years ago one of the most racist societies on Earth who were just behind the Nazis in thinking that they were not only far superior to all other Asians(Filipinos, Chinese, Korean, etc) but that all other races on Earth were inferior. Japanese thought was dominated by a virulent racism and that is reflected in their wartime atrocities(more murdered by the Japanese in Nanking that died in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, combined!).

    But I am sure they have 'changed' so much since the war….after centuries of thinking this way. Sure…hang with those homies…until they have a reason to turn on ya. I don't mind the Japanese, but really in their refusal to accept responsiblity(look at their teaching in classrooms) for their atrocities towards the Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, etc. etc. etc. makes them highly suspect.

    And there is good reason why the Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, etc. are not exactly fond of the Japanese. Have fun with your 'homies'-just sleep lightly(it will be easy in one of those dismal cramped places most of them actually live in) and sleep with a weapon.

    :sass2::pachah1::troll:

    Oh..and ….

    LMAO

  20. Rico
    Rico | July 20th, 2016
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    Oh lord, give me my Olive Drab cot, the man done went off on a tangent.

    Tangents, said I, living
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    But seriously what is with people wanting crowded spaces, especially where you sleep? Sorry, open spaces, natural lighting. Me and my hibachi would do just fine in da winters (seriously, I was chilling outside on the lakefront during the Great Chicago Blizzard of 2011 'cause I'm crazy like dat). As a former military and Boy Scout, I'll keep warm in da woods by lighting a couple of IKEA TV stands and live off MREs and the occasional frappacino stolen from ambushed, jogging Whole Foods shoppers…
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    But thanks for reminding me how much I like Danish innovations (butter cookies!). Four more months and they'll be on sale at Walgreens for the Christmas rush

    As for shovels, I'll let Mr. Bunny speak for me

  21. ColumbusGuy
    ColumbusGuy | July 20th, 2016
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    ^^LOL at the glass house in the snowy woods.

    And yeah…Danish butter cookies. yummy.

    You are ok with blizzards and the cold???? :ohhh:Everybody I know personally despises winter. Was that the one where Cantore was freaking out over the thundersnow and Lake Front Drive was full of abandoned vehicles? Hmmm..tougher than I thought. Must make tactical retreat and stay inside my dark(six huge maples, a large white pine and a massive Catalpa tree surround me here and keep me in perpetual shade during the heat of summer and ward off the devil sun which wants to sear my flesh)abode.

    *Apparently I am in the great minority here. After looking up everything about what 'male' bedrooms should look like, they all look like these things that you and the rest like. The closest thing to what I would like looks overdone and like a hunting lodge with rifles and antlers everywhere smh.

  22. alton
    alton | July 20th, 2016
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    Was thinkin' the same thing. Does the "average" gay dude's space really look like these? MINE damn sho' don't.

  23. alton
    alton | July 20th, 2016
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    "'cause I'm a tree hugging mofo that likes to sleep on hard surfaces and floors"
    Same here, tho I don't sleep on the floor anymore. LOL Only thing is I'm a plant enthusiast, so any empty space would be filled in with some kind of plant. LOL

  24. ColumbusGuy
    ColumbusGuy | July 20th, 2016
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    @alton
    "Only thing is I'm a plant enthusiast, so any empty space would be filled in with some kind of plant. LOL"
    Good I am not the only one on here.

  25. Rico
    Rico | July 20th, 2016
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    The Bugs Bunny is just gentle ribbing. That stuff cracks me up EVERYTIME ( Bugs burying Elmer alive and screaming in a hustler voice lol). I'm okay with Winter, the cold and snow, just NOT the shortened days and SAD depression. Chicago is pitch dark by 4:15 pm in December which depresses the hell out of me. Thus my preference for wide open uncluttered indoor spaces, as you spend a lot of time indoors here in Winter. Yes that was the storm with abandoned vehicles and buses. It was AWSOME…cause I took the train. Lol. At the time, I lived off of LSD, which is why I did the stupid masc guy thing and stood on the beachfront in the middle of it all for kicks…I didn't have far to go to get back to shelter. I got video of it somewhere on a hard drive. Some other dude tried it and got killed.

  26. Rico
    Rico | July 20th, 2016
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    The floor thing is genetic. My father used to just lay on the living room floor and sleep when we were kids watching TV (pre-Internet days). Whenever I sleep on a hard floor, it's like a massage and I wake up with all back problems gone.

  27. TheGrotesqueLestat | June 26th, 2017
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    lol!

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