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The Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet

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What a man has in his drinks cabinet says a lot about him but what does it say if that drinks cabinet is a bomb?

Either that he’s the military dictator of a failed state or that he’s a fan of Fallen Furniture – a British company specialising in turning reclaimed aircraft parts into beautifully unique furniture.

Thankfully, in this case it’s the latter and Fallen Furniture’s latest piece is a startling drinks cabinet made from a 1970s missile fuselage. 

Fallen Furniture Drinks Cabinet

Inside there are three glass shelves that revolve around a gold plated spindle because, why not? And in the base a sliding walnut platform conceals a range of custom cocktail utensils. Molotov?

It stands a mighty eight feet and weighs a blast wave inducing 600 pounds.

That’s some serious bang for your buck. 

Fallen Furniture drinks cabinet
Fallen Furniture drinks cabinet
Fallen Furniture drinks cabinet



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