I fell in love with this tribute to aviation in this bedroom. Red black and white can be sexy for everyone.
You can include velvet and still be manly; these chocolate and chrome chairs are yummy for both sexes. Oh, and black leather does not have to mean a puffy black sectional; incorporate it with a Barcelona daybed instead.
Here it is with shades of caramel and tan thrown into the mix.
This bedroom's rich palette is gender neutral, yet warm, tailored, and inviting.
This paired down eat-in kitchen's crisp palette is pleasing to everyone.
Rustic touches like warm wood and a pared-down bedscape keeps things gender-neutral.
While this room is fairly masculine overall, the floral pillow still works. You don't have to give up all of your flowers!
Reclaimed boards, tufted leather dining chairs, a handsome bar and a flat screen – what more could he ask for?
Here we're stepping into man cave territory. You don't have to go this far, but you may just get The Wife of the Year Award if you do.
Black, white and glass make this contemporary office a place where everyone wants to spend time.
Big beams, a stone fireplace, plaid pillows and antlers give this room a Montana cabin feel, yet at the same time, it's cozy and romantic.
This unique kitchen was clearly inspired by a love of the woods, and the results are stunning.
Graphic artist Maya Drodz and her hubby have found a good palette that pleases them both and allows floral pillows to work in the mix.
Dramatic architecture, shiny herringbone floors, oversized mirrors, a dash of Wegner and a dollop of Mies add up to a very sophisticated room.
The lack of clutter in this small living room gives it a clean look, and its neutral palette, chrome, glass and heavy wood will make him want to spend time in here.