It ended up in the kitchen...

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  1. Jun 8, 2014
    Smart Red

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    ...but it was built for a space in a local bar.

    Here's a photo of my son's newest project. It was supposed to fit at the end of a bar and meant to keep patrons from finagling their way behind the bar. It does have wheels, but she intended to keep them locked.
    cabinet w: butcher top.JPG
    The owner's boyfriend didn't like having his way impeded so the cabinet was moved into an area in the kitchen.
    cabinet for bar.JPG
    Now our son has the opportunity to suggest he build a hinged butcher block counter for that spot. Win-win!
     
  2. Jun 21, 2014
    Sumi

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    That is very neat!
     
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    AdamsBrown

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    Its looks very attractive....
     
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    Smart Red

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    Thanks! Son does the wood working and I do the color/protection.
     
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    GinaginaGina

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    It's lovely
     

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