Archive for July, 2018

5 Unique Wedding Gifts for the Bar-Enthusiast Couple

It’s wedding season, and you’re not quite sure what to get your favorite couple for their impending nuptials. You could go traditional and get a toaster off their registry (Boring!) or give them cash for their honeymoon (That feels so impersonal!), but you want something different. How about helping that great new husband and wife stock their home bar for years of entertaining? And who knows: If you give them a gift they love, they may just invite you over for drinks! Here are 5 gift ideas for the bar-enthusiast couple in your life: Engraved Wine Glasses & a Tasty…

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4 Steps to Creating the Perfect “Man Cave”

Sports? Video games? Movies? Music? No matter the passion, every man (and woman!) needs a space at home to serve as an escape and entertainment spot for friends with their interests. But how do you build the perfect man cave? There’s no exact formula, but there are plenty of tips and tricks to create a perfect man cave for your needs! The great thing about a man cave is that, while it’s main purpose is to foster escapism or be a gathering place for friends (sometimes both), it can also add value to your property and make it more attractive…

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DIY Your Bar Build or Hire a Professional?

Thinking about building a home bar? While you already probably have figured out the benefits of having one, have you thought about how you’re going to get it made? You have a few choices, but your main decision is between DIY-ing the bar or hiring a professional. So what are the benefits of building your own versus hiring a pro to do the work for you? DIY Home Bar Building your own bar is a huge project to take on. It will cost less than hiring a professional, so that’s something that shouldn’t be taken lightly! On the flip side,…

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Hi Paul,

The package showed up yesterday afternoon. Very good packaging and very high quality wood. The BR158 will look good on my small bar top without overpowering it.

Thanks for your help with this.

Regards, Cameron B. – Loveland, Colorado

03/20/19

 

You have saved me from all sorts of router nightmares.

Built a 27 linear foot, “L” shaped bar for my neighbor’s new restaurant using BR475 bar railing, 6″ radius curve, and drip edge molding made of Red Oak. The restaurant owner and I are extremely happy with the results. The railing looks great, joints are tight, and the wood matches. The BR475 design is comfortable and attractive. We will definitely go back to Hardwoods Incorporated for the next build.

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Steve J. – Lithia FL

01/18/18

                                                                                                                       -The quality of the mill work was exceptional.

 

 

The quality of the millwork was exceptional.