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Cedar bar and stools

  • October 8, 2018


This cedar bar and stools are made from 100 % cedar wood i put them together with 2 1\2 " creg jig screws. The bars front and sides are dressed with coragated tin and are nailed on with big head roofing nails to give it a rustic look that match the decor of the party place. On the inside there are storage shelves for all necesary items like bottles, glasses, mugs and all the mixing supplies. The bottom shelve was made to acomadate a mini fridge or a large ice chest.the bar top was put together with a biscuit jointer and numerous hours of sanding. Finally the bar and stools were sealed in its natural look for a beautiful grain display.

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  • What an awesome bar!  I love it.   Makes me want a drink. 
    By cvfraser, on October 10, 2018
    • Thanks cvfraser for the like. Share it with your freinds, the more likes the better. Your my 1st like Thank you !!! Have an awesome day!
      By The Texan palletteer , on October 10, 2018
    • I'll do that. I hope you get a bunch more. 
      By cvfraser, on October 10, 2018

  • Awesome job! This is a space you'll enjoy for years to come. 
    By RYOBI Nation, on October 10, 2018
    • Yes i plan to do just that!!! Iam a simple and comon man thats why i use ryobi tools that you dont have to break the bank to do what i love.  Thanks ryobi nation!!
      By The Texan palletteer , on October 10, 2018

  • This is awesome!
    By Murphydog1, on October 12, 2018
    • Thank you Murphydog1 for your like. Send it to your freinds, need all the likes i can get!!!
      By The Texan palletteer , on October 12, 2018

  • Beautiful work!
    By Rlaurell, on October 26, 2018
    • Thanks mrs. Rose your my insperation believe it or not!! 
      By The Texan palletteer , on November 5, 2018

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Cedar bar and stools

by The Texan palletteer
Oct 08, 2018
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This cedar bar and stools are made from 100 % cedar wood i put them together with 2 1\2 " creg jig screws. The bars front and sides are dressed with coragated tin and are nailed on with big head roofing nails to give it a rustic look that match the decor of the party place. On the inside there are storage shelves for all necesary items like bottles, glasses, mugs and all the mixing supplies. The bottom shelve was made to acomadate a mini fridge or a large ice chest.the bar top was put together with a biscuit jointer and numerous hours of sanding. Finally the bar and stools were sealed in its natural look for a beautiful grain display.