How to style the ideal Woman Cave

Hi everyone,

if you are an avid reader of my Blog you know that I moved not even 6 month ago. I now live in a tiny 500 feet apartment under the roof with my boyfriend. It’s really small and I wish we had more space. Do you sometimes dream about what you would do with a spare room? Yeah, me too.

I barely moved any of my furniture to our sloped ceiling place as my boyfriend had it basically all set up already. So my dream spare room would be a Woman Cave were I could invite my girlfriends and have movie nights, beauty sessions or just hang out before we go out. Who says only men are allowed to have one am I right?

Holly from Chairish contacted me and asked if I’d like to collaborate with to create a style board of my ideal woman cave/diva den and including a pair of their vintage bar stools. I never heard of Chairish before so first thing I did was look up what they do: “Chairish makes it fun for design lovers to buy and sell vintage furniture and decor to one another.” Since I love upcycling and reporpusing as you can tell by my t-shirt yarn crochet rug tutorial or upscycled cardboard laptop stand this sounded great!

I’m a huge Mad Men Fan and I wanted to dedicate my women cave to all the Peggy Olsons out there! Also there’s so much drinking in that show that it seems just like a natural symbiosis between the 60ies era and a women cave. I opted for a 60ies theme with muted brownish colours and a mix between new and vintage decor. Luckily mid-century design is all the rage right now and you can find plenty of designs online.

I would recommend starting with a colour selection that you would like to have in your room. Mid-century is ususally dominated by muted earthy tones accenturated with a bold colour. Keep your colour choices to 3-4 picks or otherwise it will get too noisy.

Another aspect that you should keep in mind is that you should buy furniture made out of solid wood. I picked those bar chairs due to their nice woodsy colour. Teak, walnut or oak is normally what you would look for in mid-century wood furniture. The furniture should have clean lines which sometimes are accented with smooth, curved angles.

How would you decorate your ideal women cave?

Woman Cave style board


Get the look from these sources:

Umbra Dima Mirror Set

New York Skyline

Metal Frame Wood Bar Stools

Vintage Polaroid

Gerald Thurston Triple Arm Floor Lamp

Black Plastic Drum-Style Ice Bucket & Caddy

Nearly Natural Boston Fern Silk Hanging Basket

Light Bulb Aquarium

Metal Storage Cubby

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