Thom Browne's Midcentury Pad In Greenwich Village

Thom Browne’s Midcentury Pad In Greenwich Village

Architectural Digest has a new profile on Thom Browne’s modest (as in relatable by you and me) bachelor pad in the West Village. So modest, in fact, that there’s just a twin bed, a sure-fire way to keep you feeling…

Man Caves Are Where Patriarchy Goes To Die

Man Caves Are Where Patriarchy Goes To Die

Here at Masculine Interiors we find “man caves” offensive. There are the wall-mounted electric guitars, the foosball table, the hero-worship of sports teams, and then there’s the offensive odor of cold pizza and cheap beer. But others find them offensive…

Inherently Logical And Spatial Thinkers

Inherently Logical And Spatial Thinkers

The website Freshome, one of the most popular design resources on the web, according to the site’s about page, boasts an impressive 10 million pageviews per month. It also boasts the interesting fact of being founded in Romania. That may…

Bausvault's 63 Man Caves

Bausvault’s 63 Man Caves

“Man cave” is a dirty word around here, for reasons you can probably guess and upon which I may opine some day. So when the online retailer Bausvault reached out to me yesterday sharing a recent post called “63 Man…

From Bauhaus To Tom's House

From Bauhaus To Tom’s House

Earlier this month Tom Wolfe celebrated his 84th birthday. Esquire ran a slideshow of his style through the years (news flash: it hasn’t changed much). But what about the Upper East Side townhouse where the author lives? Is it as…