It looks like glen fit 4 chairs under his bar that's around 7'6"
Not Sully, but I didn't bolt mine down. It's very solid as is. if you have a good base and your top is not too top-heavy it's probably Ok. If you have small kids, then that's a different story.
Any updates on this Bar build? looks kind of like mine, except for the ledge around the top. i like that feature, on mine, if someone spills something it could go all over my head and on the chairs.
Looks nice, maybe a little low for standard bar height. what was the top made out of?
THIS! 100 TIMES THIS! I want your table!
this thread is FANTASTIC! I have been looking for a table to go behind the bar and you just gave me the inspiration. THANK YOU!
Very nice, I had a feeling that might have been the case. Now to find a going out of business theater in my area...
I just need something that's a little less "bloated" than the berklines etc. And that doesn't break the bank. Thank you for the pics!
Start of the Bar.. fabric panels, Granite next..
Wife brought home an old sliding door Cabinet.. needs some love yet..
Wood frames with subtle black/gray alternating fabric panels
Built my own amp rack out of Aluminum extrusion and Maple sitting on HD drawer slides for access.. 8,000 Watts..
Found a couple of "Verde' Butterfly" dark Green Granite slabs for a steal on Craigslist.. 54" x 98" an 26" x 98".. going to have to deal with a seam.. no big deal.. price was 500.00... retail was 1900.00.. picking up this weekend.. excited to get it to the Russian guys to cut/install in a couple of weeks.. and will have some rems to make small tables w/cupholders for between the seats in the first and second rows..
since the last post.. built a drop ceiling over the bar and along the West wall housing 6 small cans and a center speaker(four 5.25" and a tweeter).. LED lighting behind the screen and soon in the soffit highlighting the blackout curtains.. hate mud and tape.. but moving forward..
I'm also considering stealing your open design! Nice work!
I used Minwax polycrylic on it, 4 coats if I remember right. I also used the 2-part bar table pour-on stuff for the front edge where the bark is showing. Little pieces of the bark were falling off every time I handled it so I wanted to make sure I protected that with something more tough. That worked well and it looks like it will hold up well. You could use that on the whole top but its pretty pricey and a little to glossy for the look I wanted.
Do you have any pix of your frame sans top?