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Man Cave Bar

I recently finished my basement (man cave) and decided I wanted to build a bar. I am a huge fan of the modern but rustic look. For the top I used a live edge pine wood slab that had been air dried for 8 years. I also used reclaimed barn wood siding that came off a local barn in upstate New York. I have received many compliments on my bar, and have even had requests to build bars and other custom pieces for friends and family.

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Irishmom
Irishmom

Troy is an exceptionally talented craftsman and puts many hours into his work. It's beautifully done! He is also self taught!

Yolly
Yolly

Done with simplicity and really amazing

irishladie
irishladie

Once he gets a project in mind he goes for it and knows it will turn out great with the use of his Ryobe tools!! Would love to see him be able to add to his collection!! Great job Troy!!

MLteach
MLteach

Super talented, Troy! Well done.

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Project Information

Difficulty: Hard

Materials Used:

  • watco danish oil (dark walnut)

  • 1/2 inch black pipe

  • 3 inch live edge pine slab

  • barn wood

  • wood glue

  • 2x6s

  • 2x4s


also by tflack


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