MANLAND: The Ultimate Mancave Site
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Wecome to my DIY ManCave. I designed and installed everything in the garage myself. Almost all of the products seen in the video have been on the show ManCav...
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wow...great design....unique......where you get the floor tile? special order?Love all the signs. Anything with Coke Cola is a special attraction..lol
S: Excellent idea on the signs. Such a simple modification, but makes a huge difference. Could you post a brief article on this under our "How To" forum category?
And yes, I also have a shed in the back yard, that' where the bikes and lawn mower belong! No junk in the Man Cave...cars only!
Thanks Guys, all my metal signs are mounted using standard push pins glued on with 5 min. epoxy. I did this for two reasons. I hate one dimensional anything, looks like ass to me, so I get creative. Also, the signs are easy to move and relocate, just pop off the wall and push back in. The holes left behind are so tiny, you can't see them. I used wood trim to make all outlets flush with the metal, and all my outlets are placed behind my neon signs, all signs are wired to one wall switch. I like to make things simple....
Also it looks like all cabling is hidden in the wall. Is the outlet recessed behind the sheetrock?
Excellent job, Shawn.
Couple of questions: 1. How are you mounting your tin signs off of the wall? Is there a wood backing plate you install? 2. How did you move your existing light switches out to match the thickness of the corrugated walls?
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