Awesome Man Caves of the Week - August 8 2014
We are only in the third week of "Awesome Man Caves of the Week" and already our fans (you guys!) are sharing exponentially epic man caves that you have created with your own two hands, a passion, and a great sense of style.
Remember, if you want to see your man cave up here and share it with the world, submit it to us on Twitter with #mancanlife.
1. Ultimate Baltimore Memorabilia Haven
Do not be confused by the Colt gear in this Baltimore cave. We are talking Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts! We couldn't believe all of this timeless memorabilia could reside in one single location, outside of Cooperstown.
The owner, Gary Glass, owns every single Hall of Fame Orioles jersey, a ball signed by all 3 Ripkens, baseballs signed by Bob Turley (first pitch at Memorial Stadium) AND Mike Flanagan (last pitch at the stadium) AND Duane Pillette (first Orioles pitcher to win a game), not to mention some some autographs from Johnny Unitas himself!
2. Seattle Beer Pong Sports Cave
This super clean design and Seattle-inspired man cave works perfectly, because all Seattle sports teams use the same colors. @ConnerMertens makes sure not to overload it with memorabilia and create a truly awesome place for friends to hang out and play several (okay maybe more than several) games of beer pong.
The paint and color scheme ensure that everyone who walks in here knows that he is in Seahawks, Mariners, and Sounders territory. We are excited to see what the next major addition to this cave is!
3. San Francisco 49ers Bar & Poker Den
A fan who clearly bleeds Red & Gold, @wiLJennings has forged a man cave where I personally would want to hang out pretty much every single night. He has a classic bar setup, a flat screen to watch the game, and a full poker table to hustle his friends and collect their money on a regular basis.
Even without any 49ers gear, this would be epic. Take notes young man cavelings, this is a by-the-book custom setup that could turn your house into the go-to spot for any activity!
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