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All Things Texan Mancave Rustic Home Bar, Birmingham

An entertainment space for discerning client who loves Texas, vintage, reclaimed materials, stone, distressed wood, beer tapper, wine, and sports memorabilia. Photo by Jeremy Fenelon
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http://www.savvyshoestringinteriors.com
Inspiration for a large rustic u-shaped ceramic floor and beige floor seated home bar remodel in Birmingham with an undermount sink, quartz countertops, orange backsplash, metal backsplash and gray countertops — Houzz

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jblmay wrote:
Where did you get the Texas bar brackets?
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Andrea 'Andi' Fuqua

Can you please provide his contact information?

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Cindi B. Jones

Boy, you challenged my brain here at the end of a busy week! lol! Here you go- Fehring Ornamental Iron Works, Inc. Best of luck to you!


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Dale Sterling wrote:
Tile - What is the tile on the floor?
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Dale Sterling
Yes, please.
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Cindi B. Jones
I obtained it through a company called Arizona Tile, 217-793-6922. (Oddly enough, the company is in Springfield, IL!) Ask for Dave Capallinni and tell him I referred you. I have already notified him that someone might be contacting him about it. They ship for me all over the US. You are going to love. it.
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gabbycaillou511 wrote:
Is the wood on the bar stained? - Is the word on the bar stained
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Cindi B. Jones
The wood is not stained. It is reclaimed from an old barn, and the variations you see in color are from the sanding of the rough spots. We loved the variations!
Best of luck to you- Cindi
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Kristen Miner wrote:
Is that tin that you used as the back splash behind the bar? Where was it purchased? Thank you!
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Cindi B. Jones
Yes it is - good eye on your part! We washed in in diluted muratic acid to advance the rusting effect. It can be purchased just about anywhere home improvement supplies are carried.
Good luck to you!
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rullers wrote:
i would like to know what materials were used to construct the bar? - I would like to know the dimensions of the wood and type of wood used. along with the stone accents. thank you
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Cindi B. Jones
All the materials were reclaimed wood from toen down old barns, except the granite and stone. The stone is a man-made product, available at most stores that carry home improvement supplies.
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Roger Awe wrote:
Were did you get the ar stools . Plese read my coments about your design - Great design love the Rustice use of material used into your design. ? Were can I get the Bar stools. Thanking You In Advance Roger Awe
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Cindi B. Jones
Glad you like the space! I obtained the barstools from a wholesaler out of New York - GO Home.
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debgall13 wrote:
I love this bar! Can you tell me what paint colors you used?
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Cindi B. Jones

Just wondering, how did your bar project go for you?

best regards, Cindi

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Eddie Giosa wrote:
Reclaimed wood used - Hi, I love this wood as well! Do you have the supplier's contact info? Thanks!
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Cindi B. Jones

Hi, wondering how your project went for you using the reclaimed wood?

Best regards, Cindi

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heatherlord wrote:
Love the wood paneling!!! - where did you get the wood siding used on the bar here?
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Cindi B. Jones
Isn't it just FAB? It came from a dismantled barn in Indiana. There are companies all over the states that have made a business of dismantling old barns and warehouses and salvaging the wood, nails, and anything else they can, for reuse. These boards were 'lightly' planed, so to retain the grayed, weathered look. love. it.
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