Posts Tagged ‘building a home bar’

5 Important DIY Bar-Building Tips

You’ve taken the plunge and decided you’re all-in on building your own at-home bar. That’s great! Maybe this is your first project, or you’re a seasoned DIY-er. Either way, you’re a little hesitant about busting out your saw and nail gun, because you want your home bar to be perfect. Relax! Our experienced bar-building pros can get you started with 5 important tips to help you build your own home bar: Take Your Time to Plan We know you’re excited, but if you rush head-first into this project without taking the proper time and care to plan, you may not…

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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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I purchased 3 pieces of the BR 475 Bar Rail in Red Oak and was surprised at how fast it arrived. The quality of the wood was great, no doubt it was worth the cost.

Dave L. – Bel Air, Maryland

10/10/19

 

Red Oak Chicago Bar Rail Molding BR 475

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.