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Garage Bar

  • September 14, 2016
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1JVega
1JVega
1JVega
1JVega

Every sports fan's dream is to have a custom bar in your house themed to fit his/her favorite teams. I have the tools and a few projects under my belt and a buddy had a 5 car garage but only two cars so we got to work. The garage space is setup with a double car garage door and a single car door leading to the drive way and two spaces are deep enough to park two vehicles. The space we worked on was the two deep spots so he could still use the three parking spots and the two garage doors for vehicles. That all started by putting down some engineered wood flooring. The plans were rough from L shaped bar on barplans.com. They have good designs and if anybody is interested there should be one that fits your needs/layout. The projects includes a shopping list so it makes it really simple even if you make modifications to the design like we did. The projects took about three days to complete from start to finish including the bar, trim, stain, hooking up the kegerator and other few details.

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  • Wow! What an amazing turnout! Anyone would want something like this in their outdoor space. Thanks for sharing the process pictures too. It's always great to watch a project take shape from the ground up. The steel paneling looks perfect for the space. Thanks for sharing your resource too- very helpful for anyone who gets inspired looking at your finished product.
    By RYOBI Nation, on September 19, 2016

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Garage Bar

by 1JVega
Sep 14, 2016
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Every sports fan's dream is to have a custom bar in your house themed to fit his/her favorite teams. I have the tools and a few projects under my belt and a buddy had a 5 car garage but only two cars so we got to work. The garage space is setup with a double car garage door and a single car door leading to the drive way and two spaces are deep enough to park two vehicles. The space we worked on was the two deep spots so he could still use the three parking spots and the two garage doors for vehicles. That all started by putting down some engineered wood flooring. The plans were rough from L shaped bar on barplans.com. They have good designs and if anybody is interested there should be one that fits your needs/layout. The projects includes a shopping list so it makes it really simple even if you make modifications to the design like we did. The projects took about three days to complete from start to finish including the bar, trim, stain, hooking up the kegerator and other few details.