Diy bar top ideas
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Building an outdoor bar is a surefire way to make your exterior space a destination. Check out these fun and stylish ideas for entertaining at home.
Mary Rose Brayton saved to Patio Entertaining
Bar Top. (Six pack cartons and beer memorabilia with layer of epoxy.)
WoodStonePipes saved to Men Cave
DIY Bar Countertop: I've spent the last 2 years researching home bars and DIY counter top options. There are not a lot of DIY options and the ones I found didn't interest me enough to take the plunge. Although I love the idea of a stone counter-top, the expense is not …
Theresa Doss saved to Outdoor bar ideas
Home Bar With Reclaimed Bowling Alley Bar Top: The Dream. I have been dreaming of building my basement bar for about 10 years. My friends all have heard me say, "I’m working on my bar…bla bla bla" since my 20s. I’ve been building parts to go in the bar for years. I&r…
BRIAN sUPSAK saved to Bars for home
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ShaMekia Baldwin saved to House
From solid granite to epoxy bottle caps and beyond, discover the top 60 best bar top ideas. Explore unique countertop designs for your home bar.
Jeff Nusser saved to For the Home
What would you define as a cozy home? For some people it may mean rustic décor; cute bits and bobs all over the place; or full of vintage, lived-in furniture, while for others, it may
Cathie Farr saved to Crafts w/repurposed things
Hello! Today I am popping in with an easy DIY of one of my favorite design elements in my recent kitchen refresh. My bar top concrete countertop. I love the mi…
Carla Abreau saved to kitchen ideas
How to DIY a Concrete bar top- in a weekend. This weekend you can DIY your countertops with Feather Finish!
Bryan Farkas saved to DIY/Home
A few years ago (January/February of 2012) we updated our basement. Previously it was a large open space that felt a little cold and it’s shape made it odd to furnish.
John Henry saved to EPOXY