Nice looking sink, I only wish I had made my bar a "wet" bar but I didnt want to mess with running water and drain lines. Anyway not alot going on here as I have been tinkering with the rack and some other small things like poly on some trim peices etc. I also have taken all the old baseboard trim to the garage and sanded it down and stained it the same colora s the bar to match the rest of the room and let me tell you this sucked.
The rack shelving was a peice of cake once I figured out the way i wanted to do it.
I just used 1/2"x3/4" pine and cut to size sanded and painted. I used 3/4" mdf for the shelves and although it doesnt look as nice as most of what I have seen on here it is truly functional and fits my needs very well. I have yet to trim out the front (theater side) as I am waiting on the carpet to get put back in place and thats why no pics from the front.
Heres the shelves installed. Notice the mucked up paint. Yea I painted the inside prior to shelves because I thought painting around all those shelves would be a pain. Well guess what ......I had to paint it all again as the shelves were cut "snug" to fit.
Now the trim has been stained and polyed. This is where the cabinet door that I need to find will go
Looking down into the rack I cut 2 seperate holes for wire management
Its funny how the flash makes the black paint look dirty or dusty but trust me its "BLACK"
Here is a shot below the last shelf and on the left you can see where all my cables come into the rack from the wall. On top is the dedicated 20A electric and below is a simple cable pull through faceplate. In front of that I cut another peice of mdf and installed it as a shield if you will to prevent seeing wires and the surge protector from the front. I mounted it about half way in the middle so that in the front I have a small storage cubby for xbox games and controllers. The rear side (which you see here) gives me a great place help hide all those damn cables
As for updates I havent been doing alot since the arrival of my latest toy.
Our first BD player.....yeeeaaahhh I got this unit (Samsung BDP-1500) for literally half of what BB is selling it for and I am quite pleased. I have it setup in the living room and hooked to our plasma and I am blown away so I can only imagine what I will see in the theater when that time comes. Hopefully I will get back to work soon as I have run out of new Blu ray discs to watch....however I have another toy set to arrive in the next few days.......THE SUB!!!!!