For some guys, a house is just a pile of sticks. But others see where they hang their hat as an expression of their true identity. “Masculine design can be seen in textures, colors and materials used,” says Meg Caswell, host of the DIY Network’s Meg’s Great Rooms. In other words, it’s not just about that 60″ plasma with the blabbedy-blah sound system and receiver. It’s about finding the right chair to match that custom-built oak mantle. Or taking pride in the contours of an archway. Or, to paraphrase the Big Lebowski, finding a rug that really ties the room together. See, men don’t just build. They create. For visual evidence, check out these modern American temples dedicated to testosterone.
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