Basement Bar

This project started out as an unused space in a basement that the clients wanted to transform into a bar. Carpet was removed in favor of laminate. Custom cabinets and the table were built to fit the area. Vintage granite was selected for the counter tops. The end result is a fantastic room for entertaining.
Others who worked on this project: Lumber Liquidators
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The 6.5' x 4' penninsula style table is perfect for playing a board game with the kids. It's also at bar height (42" tall) so its great for entertaining adults as well.
“Beautiful basement bar by 360 Services!” — Lumber Liquidators
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The table frame was constructed to match the cabinets and has a 6'6" x 4' top on it that is at bar height. It is perfect for a board game, playing cards or for entertaining.
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this is a full size cabinet that goes through the wall but saves spaces on the bar-side.
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here you can see that we made room for additional bar storage by taking it through the wall and building a decorative structure to conceal it.
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From the opposite side of the wall this is a full size cabinet. On there was a lot of wasted space on this wall previously.
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