New Bar Front Panel Moldings

New Bar Front Panel Moldings

Available Online by Hardwoods Incorporated

Recently added to our bar front parts selections are our PM-58 and Edge Trim Molding 158 panel moldings for trimming your bar front. The PM-58 is a cove and bead panel molding measuring 5/8” x 5/8” used in conjunction with our bar front fluted columns and trim kits. This is the same molding currently included with our bar front trim kits and is now also sold separately in 3 piece bundles.

Panel Molding 58 Profile ViewPanel Molding 58-B

The PM-158 is a new panel molding measuring 7/8” x 1-5/8” used together with our fluted columns and bar front trim kits to create interior “picture frame” panels of various sizes across the front of the bar.

Panel Molding 158 DiagramPanel Molding Available in a Variety of SpeciesPanel Molding 158 with Bar Front Trim Kit

The PM-158 has is a multipurpose panel molding and can also be used to trim the edge of a bar top or back bar counter top as shown. If you are using a poured acrylic bar top finish the PM-158 is the perfect edge trim to create a lip for the acrylic by installing it 1/8” proud of the bar top. For brushed or sprayed bar top finishes keep the PM-158 flush with the bar top as shown.

ET-158-ET-158-flush-top

Both PM-58 and PM-158 panel moldings are available in 8’ lengths made from Cherry, Mahogany, Maple, Poplar, Oak, and Walnut and can be custom made in any wood species. See our “wood library” for the wood selections currently available.

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The rail and corners arrived far sooner than I expected so I haven’t installed it yet, but they arrived in perfect condition and are exactly what I wanted for my bar.

H. C. – Elizabeth Colorado

08/07/19

BR 158 Alder bar rail molding and matching radius corner.

Just wanted to say thanks for your great products! With your excellent quality and quick shipping I was able to build this bar top for a friend of mine in less than a week. He wanted a “tropical golf” theme. It took 1,496 beer bottle caps from around the world and two gallons of resin to complete. Your great team made this project a wonderful experience!

Keep up the great work!

Kyle BeliczkyFebruary 3, 2013