The Grammarist states that Gender is increasingly used to refer to a person's maleness or femaleness. Today I'm asking,
"Does Gender play an important part in your decorating scheme? Do you think 'male or female' when considering an acquisition for your home?"
Definitely mannish but I love the pewter walls, rustic table, and
black and white art. Would you feel at home in this room?
I've never really thought about it before but I'd say
that a nautical theme leans toward the masculine.
Gender specific? I think more Gender Compromise.
Quite manly but incredibly interesting, isn't it?
Belgium designer Esther Gutmer is known for her deceivingly
simple contemporary decor with an element of international flavor.
Definitely man-cave material.
The polished concrete floor conveys an
industrial bent in this uncluttered room.
Tins in tins with painted butterflies is a captivating piece of art.
Rust and metal don't necessarily communicate a masculine touch.
My father collected arrowheads, antique guns,
and vintage tools. He would have loved this set.
Though feminine pastels were used liberally in retro
mid-century decor, it definitely had a masculine appeal.
An interesting arrangement of portraits and
sketches of men makes a charming presentation.
This room is such a beautiful contradiction
of elements but it works seamlessly.
Is it sexist to say that animal skulls are a little mannish?
If you're comfortable in your surroundings, that's all
that's really important. Male? Female? Who cares?