Archive for March, 2018

Traditional Wood Bar Arm Rest Molding In Stock For Prompt Shipment!

We have our BR475 Traditional wood bar arm rest molding in stock for immediate shipment in oak, poplar, maple, cherry and mahogany no waiting, no back orders and no excuses. We can even ship this molding up to 106″ long in one piece by UPS allowing you to build a bigger home bar. Need a longer length or matching radius corner? No problem we stock radius corners and bar rail moldings up to 16′ long. We can make these assurances because we manufacture everything we sell and rely on no one to make it for us. At Hardwoods Incorporated, we pride ourselves…

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Bar Building 101: Major Parts of a Typical Bar

You’ve decided to build your own home bar and have figured out where you’ll locate it and some basic measurements. Now, it’s time to begin sketching out the rough design for your bar, adding and subtracting features. Before you get started, you’ll need to know the basic parts of a typical bar: Front Bar The front bar is exactly what it sounds like – The front of the bar. This is the area where your guests will sit and sip their drinks. Of all the areas of your home bar, this is the one where design and guest comfort should…

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Paul,

Here is a picture of the finished bar. Thank you for the great bar rail.

Larry W.Custom Bars by Larry Whyte

Paul,

I am a novice at wood working but have learned a lot over the past several years working on my basement.  The last part was getting the bar done.  I can now say that it is done.

Joseph Beissel 1

I want to thank you for all the help that you provided since I first contacted you.  First the kit that I bought was phenomenal/  All of the parts fit like a glove.  The rounded corners add so much to the bar.  With the help of a contractor it took a day to put it together.  Two coats of stain and seven coats of poly later, it looks awesome.  I have attached a few photos.

Without your help I would not have been able to get it done.Thanks again!!!

Joe B. – Lockport IL

12/18/17

Without your help I would not have been able to get it done.Thanks again!!!