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  • "There is no typical man cave because this type of room is very personalized," said Richard Rossi, a designer with Rill Architects in Bethesda. "We've incorporated everything from the more common elements like bars, game tables, TVs, gaming systems and wine collections to more unique elements including a smoking room, a gun room, fly-fishing equipment, even an aviary."

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  • "We had designed his-and-hers bathrooms and he wanted a television with a lounge chair in his along with the more traditional bathroom fixtures," Mr. Rossi said.

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