Finished bar

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Finished bar

Postby Michael Rice » Sat, Nov 03 2007, 5:56AM

These are the finished pics. I couldn't attach all the pics in one post.

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Nov 03 2007, 6:57AM

That's a lot of wood! It says \"English pub\" everywhere you look.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Nov 03 2007, 5:35PM

Very cool! Great work.

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Postby Michael Rice » Sat, Nov 03 2007, 6:33PM

Thanks for the comments guys. Dan, the \"pub\" look is what we were after. A very small pub as I only had a 7 x 9 space to work with.

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Nov 04 2007, 6:37AM

Well, you sure nailed the look!

If you have ever been to England, many of the pubs aren't much larger than that. We stayed in a tavern in Dover once and their public house was about 10x12. This place was about 300 years old and your pictures remind me of it very much. Great job.

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Postby Terry Hall » Fri, Nov 09 2007, 5:34AM

Great work Michael! Just in the planning stages of doing my own bar. What type of finish did you use on the bartop?

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Postby Michael Rice » Fri, Nov 09 2007, 6:50AM

Terry....thanks ......the bar top is finished with 3 coats of Gemini coatings conversion varnish layed on with a Kremlin AAA.

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Postby Terry Hall » Fri, Nov 09 2007, 8:46AM

Thought it was probably cv. I love my Kremlin, I could live without some of the other equipment in my shop, but the kremlin is definately a keeper. Again, great work!


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