Archive for February, 2020

3 Ways You Can Use Hardwoods Incorporated Crown Molding

For more than 40 years, we at Hardwoods Incorporated have worked hard to bring you exceptional bar rails, bar top kits, and other parts to help you build your dream bar. And in 2019, we introduced a new product to give you even more choices: Hardwood crown molding. We wanted to make sure that you, our customers, had the same high-quality hardwood products to use when trimming out your custom bars and other areas of your home.  If you’ve got your eye on our hardwood crown molding but don’t know how to use it, here are 3 ways to get…

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4 Ways to Make Your Bar More Personal

Building your own home bar is one of the ultimate ways to personalize your home. You get to decide exactly where you want it located, how you want things to look, and what materials you use. But sometimes, finding a way to make your home bar more personal – without losing the design – can be a challenge. If you’re looking for ways to personalize your home bar, here are 4 ideas: Choose a Theme Theming your bar is a great way to bring something that’s important to you into a space you want to spend time in. Your theme…

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I just wanted to drop a quick email to say thank you for your superb help and advice on my bar build project. The Chicago bar rail turned out amazing!! And honestly I was scared to death cutting it, I think I measured 4-5 time before taking it to the saw. But it turned out! I have enclosed a picture of the final product…. Hey remember this was an amateur project so don’t be to hard on me!! Just need the foot rest rails to finish off, I know you stock them but I could not find them on your web site. Thanks Again!!

Craig A. KnoppDecember 16, 2013Maryland

Hi Paul,

I just wanted to say thanks for the excellent bar rail. Your company’s craftsmanship is top notch.

The bar rail arrived safe and sound and I’m actively working on creating my bar ledge for my new in-wall aquarium. I used hardwood flooring as my bar top and oak plywood as my sub-board. I’ll be staining the sub-board and rail the same colour as the casing around the rock, and supporting the ledge with cast iron brackets.

Brian C.