The Office Rainn Wilson's New Man Cave

The Office Rainn Wilson's New Man Cave

Sonia Zjawinski
Oct 29, 2009

We love Rainn Wilson. His Dwight on The Office is amazing. Ah-May-Zing! While his character works in one of the most blah working environments at Dunder-Mifflin, Rainn has quite the nice home office set-up thanks to the DIY Network's Man Cave. The show, hosted by former NFL player Tony Siragusa, recently built Rainn his own freestanding space that acts as both a working space and chillax room. Ah to be a celebrity who gets free stuff...

Rainn recently launched his own blog, SoulPancake, which is actually super interesting -- lots of life's big questions discussed in posts like, Is Creativity Learned or Inherent? Rainn didn't have a place in his house to dedicate as a home office, so Siragusa and his team built him his own home office using reclaimed lumber for the siding of the building, as well as lovely barn-style beams to reinforce the ceiling. The flooring is recycled wood from beams in a Warner Bros. studio.

The large industrial-style lighting is stunning, as is the wooden credenza that holds all his A/V equipment. The Man Cave team installed a flat screen above a gas powered fireplace, but we wonder if that flat screen is up too high. We're getting a crick in our neck just looking at it.

Check out the episode feature Rainn's man cave below.

(Images: DIY Network)

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