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Reclaimed Barn Wood Bar


JEREMYBLLC
JEREMYBLLC
JEREMYBLLC
JEREMYBLLC

Originally a handcrafted barn in Pennsylvania that was deconstructed, several pieces were transported down to Florida by a friend of mine's father-in-law with our intention of repurposing it and building a custom, one of a kind, bar with wall shelves above. Having been the first time building a bar and only having some ideas/pictures, I wasn't sure where to begin. After some research, we knew the average bar height and typical countertop overhang for bar stools, but not much more than that and decided to just start cutting the height for all the corner post and let the rest evolve from there. Intending to put a concrete countertop on, I also knew the actual structure and framing needed to be able to withstand the weight.

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Reclaimed Barn Wood Bar

by JEREMYBLLC
Mar 15, 2015
Medium aeb5f9c5 f92e 456a 98d7 9a62f62bc1d0

Originally a handcrafted barn in Pennsylvania that was deconstructed, several pieces were transported down to Florida by a friend of mine's father-in-law with our intention of repurposing it and building a custom, one of a kind, bar with wall shelves above. Having been the first time building a bar and only having some ideas/pictures, I wasn't sure where to begin. After some research, we knew the average bar height and typical countertop overhang for bar stools, but not much more than that and decided to just start cutting the height for all the corner post and let the rest evolve from there. Intending to put a concrete countertop on, I also knew the actual structure and framing needed to be able to withstand the weight.