Archive for the ‘Bar Rails’ Category

Get a Beautiful Custom Look for Your Bar Top with Hardwoods Incorporated’s Bar Rail Radius Corners

Do you want the look of rounded corners on your home bar, but think they’ll be more difficult to install than a square corner? With our bar rail radius corners, it doesn’t have to be! Not only do curved corners provide a clean, polished look to your bar top, but they are more comfortable for guests and may be less expensive than purchasing two lengths of wood and creating a square corner. Our bar rail radius corners are easy-to-install and don’t require the use of extra pieces, such as shims or scrap wood to place between layers. They’re made to…

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Want To Build a Bar? Start Here!

So you’ve made the decision: You want to build your very own custom bar. Congratulations! But now that you’ve made the decision to build, what’s next? This practical guide will help you through the beginning stages of building a home or commercial bar on your own: Choose Your Space What sort of bar are you looking to build? Do you want an indoor bar, or an outdoor bar? Obviously, weather will be a major determining factor in answering this question. You’re less likely to spring for a fancy outdoor bar if your backyard is covered in snow for most of…

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Choosing the Best Bar Rail for Your Project: A Guide

Adding a bar rail to your home bar can take it from so-so to stunning. Bar rails feature rounded edges, softening the sharp corners or bar tops and other pieces, providing a spot for your guests to comfortably rest their arms. At Hardwoods Incorporated, our bar rails come in a variety of profiles and finishes. There’s an option for every type and style of home bar, from rustic and simple to ultra-ornate. BR-450   The BR-450 bar rail is one of our simplest, most affordable options that still provides a beautiful, polished finish to your home bar. It features a…

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Busy making bar rail molding.

We had another productive morning in the shop making these BR 450 bar rail moldings from cherry, maple, oak and poplar. At Hardwoods Incorporated we make every bar building product we sell, we never run out of inventory and turn orders around fast for the bars across America! Our BR 450 Bar rail moldings are made with a simple 3/4″ x 1-3/4″ notch ready to install onto any single or double layer bar top at least 3/4″ thick or thicker making completion of your bar top quick and easy. When using a double layer bar top, install a drip edge molding…

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Traditional wood bar arm rest molding with cropped corners.

When building a home or commercial bar of any size or shape at some point in the process you will need to decide how to deal with the corner or corners of the bar rail molding. The standard option for navigating turns in bar rail molding is the simple 90 degree mitered corner. Although this option may be a fast and easy way to make the corner it can result in a somewhat sharp edge at the very tip of the miter that can be a little tough on your guests. There is another option.  How about taking the edge…

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Walnut Bar Rail Molding.

We had a busy morning today making walnut bar rail molding and matching radius corners for several holiday home bars. Pictured below are straight and curved sections of our BR475 Bar rails run from premium American Black Walnut sourced from a small sawmill in the Midwest. To learn more about leaning on our bar rails contact us @ 1-844-BAR-RAIL Thank you for considering Hardwoods Incorporated.      

Large Chicago Style Bar Rail Molding.

If you are building a commercial bar or sizable home bar you should know about our BR650 Chicago Style Bar Rail molding. It measures a full 6-1/2″ wide by 1-3/8″ thick and is available in lengths up to 16′ long. We make and stock the BR650 in oak, poplar, maple, cherry, walnut and mahogany, with other figured and exotic hardwoods available by request. This is our biggest bar rail molding widely used for large commercial bar tops in restaurants, pubs, night clubs and even large home bars. To learn more about resting your arms on this bar rail molding visit…

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Hardwoods Incorporated One Stop Bar Building Shop.

Choosing the right bar rail molding for your bar is as important as the bar top itself. By any name; bar top rail, wood bar armrest molding, or Chicago style bar rail, it is the first thing you notice on any bar top and is the only part of the bar you really come in contact with. Whether building a small home bar out of walnut or a large commercial bar from hickory it is essential to have a bar rail molding that matches the size, scale and wood of your bar design. Consider building a bar from a figured…

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Custom orders of Chicago Bar Rail Molding.

We really enjoy making customized versions of our bar rail moldings and parts. We especially like making curved parts in wood species that can be a challenge to work with such as quartersawn oak and natural hickory. Pictured below are two such jobs we made recently for clients needing curved and matching straight rails for home bars under construction in Arizona and New York. BR475 Bar Rail Molding Natural Hickory BR475-S Bar Rail Corners Quartersawn Red Oak Nothing says custom more than the addition of curved moldings made from figured or unusual hardwoods. For more information on customizing your home…

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Hardwoods Incorporated One Stop Bar Building Shop

Whether you’re building a home or commercial bar, pool bar or bar shed it is always a good idea to start with the proper Bar building resources. Standard bar dimensions and specifications are good to know as you begin to layout and design your bar. How to assemble and install the bar top and which bar rail molding to choose? What is the best wood choice for your bar and how to stain and finish the bar top? What about curved bar rail corners and how easy are they to install? How about the bar front details and foot rail?…

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Thanks for your great customer support!

CarlHalifax, Nova Scottia

The material was finest quality which made the build go really smooth.

Thank you very much.

William J. VFW Post 7760

Portage, Indiana

02/04/2020

Curved Chicago Bar Rail Molding BR475