Bausvault’s 63 Man Caves

by Christian

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“Man cave” is a dirty word around here, for reasons you can probably guess and upon which I may opine some day. So when the online retailer Bausvault reached out to me yesterday sharing a recent post called “63 Man Caves That You Need To See,” I told them it wasn’t quite up our alley — indeed one of the man caves includes an alley for rolling balls at pins.

But I took another look at the gallery and there were in fact some fine images with books instead of foosball tables. Here’s what caught my eye, and here’s where you can see all 63.

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