We plan dimensions of the framework to be able to match the kegerator, sink, small refrigerator and a lot of desk space. We side bar with 3 / 4 "birch and used molds from Home Depot that we are mitered and assembled with a small tack nails and glue. The counter top is built with 3 / 4" MDFB and formica on it. above was constructed by primarily the same way as bar plans unless we used oak hardwood floors to the top of the plywood.
We chose hardwood floors because we plan to put our own hard wood floor in our living room, so this is a good chance to get some experience (and will not be the end of the world if we mess it up). I should have through the spill, so we built that just like your plan and it really adds a touch of class to the bar and gives a realistic view bar.
We do not use a router for rounding every corner. We both used dowels and sanded them to intervene (as in a birch veneer on the side) or we use prints like the bar through the spill. We want to use the molds Chicago Rail to arm rests instead of brass tubing, but also too expensive, so we mixed the two pieces of molding to make the outside crept across the top.
We bought a lot of brackets used brass foot rail and zinc coated steel pipeline to the foot rail. channel only cost us about $ 13.00 overall, compared with about $ 200 or $ 300 for the brass and I think it looks neat.
We salute the top with seven layers of polyurethane and three layers on the side. We use this new Minwax polyurethane from Home Depot that dries quickly and does not require sanding for the next layer is applied within 12 hours. It works very well for us because we do not have to sand after each coat. Bar your plan is an integral part of the settlement bar. This bar is the first thing we ever built.
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