Diy Bar Plans,Wheelbarrow Planter Woodworking Plans,Free Wine Box Plans - PDF 2016

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Diy Basement Bar Plans is free wallpaper that you can download for free in The Best Home Decor. I am not an architect, so although I may have different ways of doing things, they work, the proof is in the pudding (or in this case the bar). This homemade bar cost me $1500-$2000 to make, but you can make it much cheaper if you opt to not do certain things such as using pine on the redwood parts, leave off the fish tank, or not using Ultra-Glo on the top. This can be used as an outdoor bar, or basement bar, but it will last longer when kept under cover or indoors.
Our bar designs call for using 2×4 treated pine to help protect it from spills and then is covered with ?” plywood (picture 1b). For the ?” plywood bar sides you just need to measure out each of the pieces and make sure to leave a cutout for the fish tank centered in the 23” spot designated for the tank. Finally, on the two ends of the bar I used ?” plywood, and stained it and waterproofed it in the same way as the ?”redwood skin discussed below. NOTE: I chose to do this before adding the top to the bar because I thought the overhang of the top might get in the way, you can do step 4 or 5 in either order. I then cut the trim to fit the home bar and overlapped the fish tank area by about ?” on all sides so you couldn’t see the edges of the glass.
In this step our home bar plans call for adding a ?” x 5?” redwood trim (referred to as a 1×6) all around the sides of the bar top and the ?” x 3?” redwood trim on top of the bar (referred to as a ? x 4) for the border on the front.
Our plans for how to build a bar would be complete without a liquor cabinet now would they!
The first step in finishing the bar top is to apply 2 coats of Ultra-Seal to the plywood and the redwood on the top and the top trim, one coat in each direction.
IMPORTANT DIY HOME BAR BUILDERS: Before pouring the Ultra-Glo be sure to thoroughly read the directions and be sure to have a torch ready as the directions say.
To setup for the pour I just separated the two bar pieces and taped both the their ends off with masking tape and then I staple gunned cardboard behind the tape into the lower plywood to give it strength so the Ultra-Glo did not overflow.


Attach the doors to the liquor cabinet using hinges by attaching one side to the left bar section and one door to the right bar section (Picture 8a). You should have six diagrams: Base Measurements and Post Positions, Top Overview, Upper Front Cross Section, Upper Rear Cross Section, Bar Cross Section, and Horizontal Supports. Secondly, if you think you should change something in these free bar plans to make the bar even better, feel free to, but realize you will have to adjust the bar designs and diagrams yourself to account for your changes. For more cool home bar inspirations I suggest you checkout our 71 awesome home bar ideas article here.
It is arguably the most important thing when building a bar, the stability of the entire bar depends on it. Seven of these upper supports will be 28” and you will calculate the other three to fit your exact bar dimensions.
The idea for the bar skin is that the interior ?” plywood will give it plenty of strength, and the more expensive ?”redwood exterior will give it beauty.
The actual cutout for the tank is 11”x 19?” and is 16” from the ground on my homemade bar because I used a 10 gallon tank. For the inside of the bar where the fish tank sits I cut ?” plywood (2 pieces – 23”x 34 ?”) and attached it to the 2x4s on both sides of the tank area to make walls in the bar.
I then made sure the pieces where level because Ultra-Glo is self-leveling so if the piece was not level you would have problems making the bar top even.
Some additional extras I added are a rope light that goes around the front of the bar (Picture 8b), a surge protector to plug things into (like a blender), and a bottle opener, but feel free to add whatever extras you want. The Base Measurements and Post Positions diagram will help you when building the bar base and placing the posts.
HOWEVER, I encourage utilize your own home bar ideas to make it more of your own unique creation, not just a carbon copy of my bar; after all this is YOUR OWN BAR! As you can see from picture 1a I chose to make my bar in two pieces so it could be transported if I ever choose to move.


They should all be cut to exactly the same height, 34 ?” tall, or the bar top will not be level. Now drill holes for the two large bolts that will hold the bar together in the two top 2×4 braces that meet from each section. The easiest way to measure the top is to just set the each side of the bar base on a large piece of plywood, outline it, and then add 5” to all of the front side measurements and then cut out the new dimensions. The way I recommend to build a bar top you’ll like is to first layout all of your bottle caps where you want them and then pick them up in small sections and glue them all down, and then move to the next section. This stuff is really messy so I recommend you put a tarps under everything and over the sides of the bar and you should also wear old clothes and disposable gloves. Whether you chose to build a basement bar, an indoor bar, or modify these plans into a tiki bar, we hope you have as much fun building your own bar as we had making the original. Cheers!
The Upper Front Cross Section, Upper Rear Cross Section, and Bar Cross Section diagrams should convey to you how the bar is built from the base on up to the top. NOTE: These same dimensions should work for you as well, but it would be wise to measure your door and compare it to the dimensions on the diagrams to be certain that each of the bar sides will fit through the outside door in your home. This happened to me the first time I poured my bar when I poured it too thick because no one seemed to know this except the people at Ultra-Glo; it is not even in the directions! You could even go as far as laying the plywood on top of the bar and using a ruler to trace lines underneath to outline where you need to cut if the other methods don’t work for you. Now you need to sand and stain the inside of the bar, and then apply 3 coats of the waterproof sealant to the wood. You should be able to find Ultra-Glo and Ultra-Seal at your local hardware store or you can save some money by ordering Ultra-Glo online from Tap Plastics.



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