Man Cave Makeover {The Clean Shave} | The Interior Frugalista: Man Cave Makeover {The Clean Shave}
Man Cave Makeover {The Clean Shave} | The Interior Frugalista

November 17, 2014

Man Cave Makeover {The Clean Shave}

*Man Cave Makeover Campaign

Mr. Frugalista and I have been renovating our humble abode one room at a time for what feels like forever. Every room in the house has received a facelift and this past summer we started on the exterior renovations. If Mr. Frugalista had his way next summer we'd be adding a hot tub to our new patio. Not going to happen, replacing the ugly mint green siding trumps a hot tub!

Five years ago we renovated our main bathroom on a beer budget and ran out of funds to replace the dated tub. So I got to thinking maybe Mr. Frugalista can have the next best thing. Since he has pretty much taken over the main bathroom why not give him an indoor hot tub. Yeah okay a jetted tub isn't quite the same as a hot tub for six with lights, a sound system, and a brew under the stars!

So when Man Crates invited me to participate in their Man Cave Makeover Campaign I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to come up with a plan to upgrade our bathroom Indoor Jet Tub Manly Spa Cave!

The Clean Shave Man Cave Makeover

Have you heard of Man Crates?  They are a one stop online shop of unique gifts for men.  And you know what's really cool about these gifts, they come packaged in a wooden crate that requires being pryed open with a crowbar, which is included.  How fun is that!

They have crates for every kind of man.  The Golfer, Gamer, New Dad, Outdoorsmen, Sports fanatic, and the list goes on. When my daughter heard I was participating in this campaign she told me a few of her friends ordered various Man Crates for their significant others and loved them.

I thought the Clean Shave Crate would be perfect for Mr. Frugalista's Man Cave so he could enjoy a good old fashion clean shave.

The most stylish gear you'll ever keep in your bathroom.

So back to Mr. Frugalista's Man Cave.  Space is limited in this bathroom so I chose the Cocoon Whirlpool Tub for it's hour glass design, clean lines, comfortable neckrest and built in armrests so that I can spend hours relaxing in it 10 micro jets and powerful motor for Mr. Frugalista to rest and massage his weary bones.
Cocoon White Whirlpool Bath Tub

What woman wouldn't want a rainfall shower head too!
Pulse AquaRain Shower System in Chrome

One of the great benefits of a hot tub is the sound system.  Needing to convince him that his jet tub is the next best thing I choose this 3 Shower Wireless and Water-Resistant Sound System so he can stream his music, radio and podcasts while he soaks his troubles away.  
3 Shower Sound Systems That Beat Your Clunky Old Radio

It may not be colorful LED's but this manly candle will not only illuminate his man spa but has a frosty scent with notes of an icicle-encrusted branch of winter spruce, citron, balsam and sugar.
Voluspa 'Vermeil - Branche Vermeil' Petite Maison Boxed Candle

While soaking in the bubbles he can ingest some too with this cool Waterfall Wine Chiller that reminds me of a tuxedo.
Waterfall Wine Chiller

On the wall within tub reach is a toilet paper/magazine rack with his favorite This Old House Magazine to hopefully help him get inspired relax and unwind.
TP and Magazine Holder 10 Kitchen and Bath Space Savers

After he's all finished relaxing a warm bath sheet is waiting on the heated towel rack...
Regent 22 1/4" High Wall Mounted Towel Warmer in Chrome

...along with the Classic Six Box Set of Naturally effective cleaning agents in a handy bamboo caddy.  Hey, I'm not his slave!
Classic Six Box Set

I've added a handsome wood and chrome shaving caddy for his convience to keep him organized so they aren't laying all over the counter.
Razor Handle, Brush & Stand Kits - Woodworking

My biggest concern about Mr. Frugalista getting his new Man Cave is that he may not want to come out and I'll loose my slave Handyman.

So which Man Crate would you choose for the men in your life?

This isn't a sponsored post as I was not compensated for writing it.  I thought it was a fun campaign and wanted to participate for the opportunity to welcome my readers to a unique gift idea for the hard to buy for men in their lives during the holidays.

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