Oliver Apt. Bomb Bar

Feb 13, 2015

Category: Living

There are many common bonds between ammo and alcohol. Like, getting loaded, for instance… applies to both weapons and whiskey drinkers. So why not meld the two together even further with the Bomb Bar from Oliver Apt., a wooden ammo box converted into a storage center for your best bottles.

With a rough ammunition crate exterior, and walnut and leather interior, you’ve got the best of both worlds with this eye-catching conversation-starter. You’ll certainly have a truly unique place to store your top-shelf liquors, whether it goes in your cave or stays semi-incognito in the living room. The dimensions run L46.5″ x W9.5″ x H14″ and it’ll set you back $700. [Via | Purchase]

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