Next you'll need to build some Murphy beds for those that forget to bring a designated driver
I've actually thought about a Murphy bed, but I think recliners will have to suffice, lol.
THAT I have already :-)
My Theatre Build
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First I used a paddle bit (5/8 if I recall) to drill the hole in front of each seat.
Then I covered with this...
Keyhole Escutcheon: http://www.signaturehardware.com/product19851
Then, from the backside, I inserted these into each hole:
I used a chisel to slice a little of the sides so it would fit snugly into the circular hole.
From there I just used USB cables (also from monoprice) to connect to the usb outlets that I installed on the bartender's side.
Is your bar a total height of 42 inches?
On your idraw picture, you have a 36" plus the 6" foot rest. That is 42" not including the bartop!
Is that the way you built it? How thick is your countertop? If your total bar height is over the 42" (average height), including countertops, did that effect your bar stool size? Normal bar seat size is 30".
Thank you for you help... I am an amateur diy'er ; so any & all details are helpful.
Thanks. My top is 44" and the tops of the seats are 31" including the padding. I'm very happy with this height, which I wanted to be comfortable for both sitting and standing at the bar.
My Theatre Build
Which type of butcher block from Ikea did you buy, and what did you stain/varnish it with?
My Basement Build Thread - House sold... no more theater :(
Living Room: Vizio M70-D3, Denon AVR-X3300W, PSA S3000i, HSU HB1mk2/HC1mk2
Game Room: Samsung PN60E8000 Plasma, Yamaha RX-V773, PSA S3000i, Kef Q+Paradigm
Beech is soft, which again I don't mind as a work area, but oak may have been the better choice.