I'm planning a home bar project and wonder if any of you kind sirs know a
good site where someone might view already built projects. Is there a site
where one might submit their pictures for others to enjoy?
You won't find that information here. We do woodworking; we are pure of
heart, mind, and body and do not partake of spirits or the devil's urine.
As for posting pictures, alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking
I built a homebar a few years ago based on a plan from Rockler for a
freestanding bar. I turned it into a built-in and made it much longer.
The mirror plan that comes with it looks pretty nice too. You can see
my version here:
http://robandkaren.webhop.org/woodworking.htm (Its about half way down
I've always wanted to have a walk-in cooler for kegs and a bar, bu
SWMBO will neither sign off on such a project, nor allow the diversio
of funds to pay for it.
Think of the possibilities...here's some links to check out:
I haven't been able to find much on the internet as far as home built bar
projects go other than the recurring and annoying plans for sale buy the
same company. There is at least one person here interested in the like so
I'll put up some links to my project.
It has a marble top (came from a demo project at the U) which will
eventually be flooded with envirotex. The oak styles and skirts were mined
from the local area and donated by a friend. I got the tower off eBay
(kind of an overkill, the fridge only holds a pony, but it looks cool).
There is still a ways to go but you get the idea.
Here I was fitting the elbowrest that I got from Rockler.
This is the mostly finished bar. Notice the wall hanging liquor cabinet.
View of the back with wet sink and drink well. The drain pan is now in.
I'm really proud of the foot rail. It came from a closed down micro brewery
in my small town that I spent many a Saturday afternoon in and it's closing
spurred me on to build the basement bar.
I hope you enjoy the pictures!
Thanks, Mort. Every bar needs one cuspidor. I was waiting to install the
peanut shells after I got the 3' of slate laid down in front. Kinda hard to
put slate over peanut shells you know.
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