Custom Bar/Island, ready for granite
Construction of Island in progress.
This was made from five separate factory-built cabinets,
then I added the angled framing (shown) and all the trim.
The kitchen designer gave this island/bar a furniture look by having me run the base flush with the cabinet doors.
Three-section Bar made from factory-built raised-panel slabs
Under Construction: I mitered and joined the slabs, then built the framing onto it in place.
view from the framing side
this area will need a custom, site-built cabinet due to the irregular shape
Finished interior of site-built cabinet with fixed-in-place shelf
custom bar cabinet – door closed
custom bar cabinet — in use
Typical stepped-up bar, generally will be 42 inches high when counter is placed.
Two-turn, stepped-up bar; ready for counters.
Under construction. Note that interior of six-sided cabinet (sink base) is about to be built on-site.
(Face frame and door were factory built.)
This factory-built bar front is all solid wood (rails, stiles, and panels), arrived assembled, and was scribed to the sheetrock corner at left and attached to my framing.
This bar/island includes a site-built triangular cabinet to allow for the 45-degree turn.
Two-turn bar with eating height of 36″ — same as typical countertop height
Long, two turn bar with integrated column and shadow boxes
Inside view — ready for counter
view from left side — before columns and shadow boxes
view from left side — after columns and shadow boxes
Two-turn built-up bar springing from stubbed wall at left
Under construction: framing for bar wall and the base of the site-built sink base
Under construction: view from within kitchen
Ready for silestone. Note counter overhang from lower level.
Finished interior view
Back view of basic Bar with Corbels and Base
Under construction: Basic Bar Peninsula Layout
frameless bar with beadboard paneling (not visible)
finished look of kitchen island bar
… under construction
Factory-Built Paneled Bar with Columns
Island/Bar (being templated for ctops)
This storage area was site-built from ordered parts