Archive for January, 2020

BR475 Curly Birch Bar Rail Molding,

Just Finished: BR475 Curly Birch Bar rail molding custom made for a client in LaPorte Indiana. At Hardwoods Incorporated we make eight different bar rail moldings with matching radius corners as well as custom profiles in a variety of domestic and exotic hardwoods. Contact us for your next home or commercial bar project. Thank you for considering Hardwoods Incorporated.

3 Benefits of Choosing a Live Edge Bar Top

When building your custom bar, you have a lot of choices in the types of materials, the design, and the finishing touches. Each choice you make will work toward creating your own unique design and feel, giving you the bar you want. One major choice that must be made is what type and style of bar top you decide to install. Do you go with a traditional, smooth top, or opt for a unique live edge bar top? This decision is going to greatly impact the overall look and feel of your finished bar, as it’s the part that your…

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4 Ways to Use Lighting to Create a Sophisticated Bar

When crafting your custom bar, you’ve thought of all the little details. From the pictures on the wall to the exact color of the furniture you’re using, you’ve planned it all. One detail you don’t want to overlook – and that can make a huge impact to the overall look and feel of your bar – is the lighting. Here are 4 ways to use lighting to create that sophisticated feel you’re looking for in your bar without shelling out big bucks: Go for Backlighting Backlighting in cabinets and behind shelves is a great way to add accent lighting to…

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That bar rail was perfectly manufactured and well wrapped for shipment. Delivery was prompt and customer service was great as well. I would highly recommend using this company.

Raul M. – Brockton AL

10/13/18

…just thanking you again for your help with my order and to let you know my bar rail and other boards have arrived and look and feel absolutely wonderful; very excited to get working on these and get them on the bar.

Jason MarchwickApril 2, 2015