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Looks great - thanks!
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looking to do the same. you guys skinning these with 1/4, 1/2 or 3/4 plywood/mdf? figured the 1/4 might have too much play between 16" OC studs but wasn't sure..
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I realized I never posted pics of the final product. @dabsabre - I went the route of djhamp and left it open.
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I saw this cool one at a Best Buy near me, I don't think they even sell it, there was no price tag on it, wasnt anyone around to ask. I think I will try and build something like it. The top had lights inside so it glowed (you could turn them off.<a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/192584/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="192584" data-type="61" src="http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/192584/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 263px"></a></div>
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Looks nice, maybe a little low for standard bar height. what was the top made out of?
I too want this type of bar/table. This is the only one I've ever seen in a store. I saw this at the Richfield, Mn. Magnolia store. Looked really cool. Solid surface top with lights inside. We were ther last November. I asked how much. Sales person told me he'd get back to me. He did. Five months later. Base price, $2k.
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For those that have a granite or stone bar top. Can you kindly answer this question?
Im in a little dilemma. I built another bar top (this one is for kitchen breakfast bar)this time planning to put granite. Its been leveled drywalled, compound and sanded. Its ready for paint at this point and the granite is already purchased.they have to provide a template next week before installint the actual granite.

Anyway, my problem is that im ch3cking the almost finished bar and its no longer perfectly level. Horizontally it is but its now slightly off in the depth plain if that makes any sense. Facing the bar the back seems a tiny bit lower than the front. I thing it shifted when i was screwing the drywall on? I dont know. But is this gonna stop the granite guys from installing?

Will they shim it from the top? Would they ask me to shim it?
Or worst case do i have to tear this thing down and do it AGAIN?
Im hoping the template they provide will show if there are any flaws because of this shift.
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This is the bar
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disregard the little panic attack. I gave the bar a few good wacks with the old hammer and all is level again.
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I got the table below custom made for my setup from a local guy. He does fantastic work. I can measure to be certain, but I think the table is about 14' long, curves with the theater seating, includes a footrail, is standard bar height and has a drink spill lip (last minute addition haha).

I'd be glad to provide more details if needed. Love this setup! I can also provide better pictures. These are the only ones I currently have uploaded.



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I got the table below custom made for my setup from a local guy. He does fantastic work. I can measure to be certain, but I think the table is about 14' long, curves with the theater seating, includes a footrail, is standard bar height and has a drink spill lip (last minute addition haha).

I'd be glad to provide more details if needed. Love this setup! I can also provide better pictures. These are the only ones I currently have uploaded.
Great bar ben_g99. If you don't mind me asking, how much did this thing cost to make?

Has any one here tried using this LED table top on the bar?
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Great bar ben_g99. If you don't mind me asking, how much did this thing cost to make?

Has any one here tried using this LED table top on the bar?
Thanks. I think it turned out great and fits my setup well. The bar/table ended up costing $800 all in, delivered and setup and all.
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Thanks. I think it turned out great and fits my setup well. The bar/table ended up costing $800 all in, delivered and setup and all.
My theater doesn't have space for second row of seats so I'll get a long bar table with (hopefully) the LED table top, I think if we keep the light low, it won't look tacky.

For 800, this is awesome setup you got. Where did you get the bar stools from?
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I too want this type of bar/table. This is the only one I've ever seen in a store. I saw this at the Richfield, Mn. Magnolia store. Looked really cool. Solid surface top with lights inside. We were ther last November. I asked how much. Sales person told me he'd get back to me. He did. Five months later. Base price, $2k.
jnsluft - Were you able to find the lighted tabletop table somewhere?
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My theater doesn't have space for second row of seats so I'll get a long bar table with (hopefully) the LED table top, I think if we keep the light low, it won't look tacky.

For 800, this is awesome setup you got. Where did you get the bar stools from?
That sounds awesome. I got my bar chairs from Walmart. See link below. They are very comfortable and not very expensive. I was actually positively surprised by the build quality as well.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Better-Hom...Brown/24537825

If you were to buy multiple chairs, they also sell a set of 2 for $10 less per chair.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Better-Hom...Brown/36876774
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Here is what I put together. It is stained butcher block with steel pipe fittings for legs. I find I spend more time at my table than the couch when watching football.

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Here is what I put together. It is stained butcher block with steel pipe fittings for legs. I find I spend more time at my table than the couch when watching football.

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Another awesome bar. lot of great ideas.

Looking forward to hearing if anyone has seen the lighted tabletop like one guy saw the Best Buy in Minnesota; would love to see how it looks in person.
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Anyone have an actual plan / blueprint they'd be willing to share?

I'm a total noob when it comes to building/construction. I'm sure I could figure it out using basic framing techniques, but thought I'd ask. Saw some great examples in this thread and would love to have a basic foundation to start with.
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I'm in the process of putting a bar/counter top behind my seating. Here's a few pictures of the progress. Once this is done I'm starting on building a dry bar for the back of the room with a keezer! It's 10' long which is the same size as my couch, and leaves a 3.5' opening to pass from theatre area to bar area. Top is about 20" deep, and 44" tall. I plan on adding trim before I stain it to give the top a thicker look.
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I got the table below custom made for my setup from a local guy. He does fantastic work. I can measure to be certain, but I think the table is about 14' long, curves with the theater seating, includes a footrail, is standard bar height and has a drink spill lip (last minute addition haha).

I'd be glad to provide more details if needed. Love this setup! I can also provide better pictures. These are the only ones I currently have uploaded.



Fantastic! This is exactly what I want. I originally was going to have a fancy one with quartz countertop, but I decided I'd rather have one that can be portable in case I ever sell the house.

Do you have plans for this? Is there anyway you could provide some pictures of it in the light? I'd like to build one like this.

Thanks!
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Fantastic! This is exactly what I want. I originally was going to have a fancy one with quartz countertop, but I decided I'd rather have one that can be portable in case I ever sell the house.

Do you have plans for this? Is there anyway you could provide some pictures of it in the light? I'd like to build one like this.

Thanks!
I don't have any plans, but I can get you some measurements and I will get some better pictures tonight or tomorrow and post them here.
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Wow this is a great thread. Thanks for the pictures BIGmouthinDC and gelnd123. I wanted to build exactly what you have and I had it in my mind but I just couldntmake it come together!!! I will most likely base my back table on your design. Could you post the width dimension of the bar under the 8" wide granit?

Oh and great steal on the stools. I want something bulky and chusiony as well but dont want to pay a boat load from them. guess I will have to keep my eye on craigs list.
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I referred to mine as a "snack ledge"...

Click here and scroll down to Post#217 and Post #236 (dimensions)

Click here and scroll down to Post #251

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I don't have any plans, but I can get you some measurements and I will get some better pictures tonight or tomorrow and post them here.
Awesome! Thanks brother!!
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I referred to mine as a "snack ledge"...

Click here and scroll down to Post#217 and Post #236 (dimensions)

Click here and scroll down to Post #251

I got my swiveling chairs from Frontgate...they have a great selection and, only when on sale, are they a good bargain. Hope this helps...
What did you end up paying per stool? Thanks
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Awesome! Thanks brother!!
Hopefully this info is of help to you.

Bar Height 42"
Bar Depth 18"
Bar Length 134"

Foot Rest Height 10"
Foot Rest Depth 5.5"

Total depth including curve is 29". I am not sure what the math is to figure out the degree to the curve, but hopefully this helps you understand how much the bar curves. Assuming you have a straight chair setup, this isn't anything to worry about.

Things to consider that I would probably do differently next time. I would probably lower the bar 1". That of course depends on your bar chairs and the seating in front of it. Because of the height of my theater chair backs, 42" is perfect. 42" is also a very common bar height. My bar stools have a seating height of 29", which is standard as well. Sitting at the bar, it feels a bit high to be extremely comfortable, though it is plenty comfortable, when resting your arms on the bar with a cocktail in your hand, thus the reason I would probably lower it by an inch or so.
Also, the height of the footrest is a bit too low. The real reason the footrest exists is for stability, but I would probably move it up some. Hard to guess, but probably 2 inches. For tall people with long legs, the height is fine. For my wife, the footrest is almost too low and you end up with your feet on the bar stools foot rest more than the bar, which is fine as well. I would measure some bar stools that have a foot rest to see what a common height is.
The depth of 18" is very sufficient for snacking and setting your drink, etc ... however, for stability (high bar, long bar, not that deep), I would probably make it 20" next time, especially if you have the room. I have plenty of room, so I wish I would have gone deeper. If the bar is straight rather then curved, you will have to go deeper for stability.

The bar came about purely in my head. I gave the builder a rough sketch and he went to work, thus no drawings/plans. Sorry ...

A couple of notes about the construction. The bar is actually two mirrored pieces with the middle leg (when assembled) being half the width of the outer ones. One bar side has an overhanging lip which the other side slides under, creating a nice transition between the two sides without a gap. This was actually what the builder recommended because he was afraid of having to line up the 2 sides perfectly (square and height), seeing I am on tile. Also, the (I named it) Oh-****-I-Spilled-My-Drink lip on the bar was a last minute addition. I figured sweating on glasses and the occasional accident will drip liquid on the back of my theater chairs or worse, on people sitting down, so I felt it was a good addition, though it doesn't quite look as clean as I would want.

With all that said, I am extremely happy with it. Funny thing is, more people chose to sit at the bar when I have people over for sporting events. Theater chairs become secondary.

Here's a link to an album containing some additional pictures I took. Please let me know if I can provide more pictures/detail ...

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We are going to be building a house soon with a dedicated theater that will be 25 X 17. I can't decide if I want a bar in the back or not. We plan to have two rows of 4 seats. The negative of the bar is that it requires both rows to be moved forward. The front row would end up being borderline too close. The positive would be the addition of 4 plus seats available for family gatherings.

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Hopefully this info is of help to you.

Bar Height 42"
Bar Depth 18"
Bar Length 134"

Foot Rest Height 10"
Foot Rest Depth 5.5"

Total depth including curve is 29". I am not sure what the math is to figure out the degree to the curve, but hopefully this helps you understand how much the bar curves. Assuming you have a straight chair setup, this isn't anything to worry about.

Things to consider that I would probably do differently next time. I would probably lower the bar 1". That of course depends on your bar chairs and the seating in front of it. Because of the height of my theater chair backs, 42" is perfect. 42" is also a very common bar height. My bar stools have a seating height of 29", which is standard as well. Sitting at the bar, it feels a bit high to be extremely comfortable, though it is plenty comfortable, when resting your arms on the bar with a cocktail in your hand, thus the reason I would probably lower it by an inch or so.
Also, the height of the footrest is a bit too low. The real reason the footrest exists is for stability, but I would probably move it up some. Hard to guess, but probably 2 inches. For tall people with long legs, the height is fine. For my wife, the footrest is almost too low and you end up with your feet on the bar stools foot rest more than the bar, which is fine as well. I would measure some bar stools that have a foot rest to see what a common height is.
The depth of 18" is very sufficient for snacking and setting your drink, etc ... however, for stability (high bar, long bar, not that deep), I would probably make it 20" next time, especially if you have the room. I have plenty of room, so I wish I would have gone deeper. If the bar is straight rather then curved, you will have to go deeper for stability.

The bar came about purely in my head. I gave the builder a rough sketch and he went to work, thus no drawings/plans. Sorry ...

A couple of notes about the construction. The bar is actually two mirrored pieces with the middle leg (when assembled) being half the width of the outer ones. One bar side has an overhanging lip which the other side slides under, creating a nice transition between the two sides without a gap. This was actually what the builder recommended because he was afraid of having to line up the 2 sides perfectly (square and height), seeing I am on tile. Also, the (I named it) Oh-****-I-Spilled-My-Drink lip on the bar was a last minute addition. I figured sweating on glasses and the occasional accident will drip liquid on the back of my theater chairs or worse, on people sitting down, so I felt it was a good addition, though it doesn't quite look as clean as I would want.

With all that said, I am extremely happy with it. Funny thing is, more people chose to sit at the bar when I have people over for sporting events. Theater chairs become secondary.

Here's a link to an album containing some additional pictures I took. Please let me know if I can provide more pictures/detail ...

Wow! Thanks brother for taking the time to write that up! Much appreciated.

I'm going to make one very similar. I might have some questions along the way. I think I'm going to purchase some chairs from HTMarket as well.

I'm pumped!
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