Bespoke joinery work in Sheffield building a custom bar
Commissioned to carry out a bespoke joinery work in constructing a solid oak bar for a family games room in Killamarsh, Sheffield. What made the particular project all the more challenging for the joiner who carried out this build was that it was mostly made up from left over parts from various bits and bobs of a recently fitted solid oak kitchen and oak flooring.
The custom made bar had a granite worktop complete with pumps. It had a built in wine rack with space allocated at the side to snuggly fit the fridge for keeping all those refreshing cans of beers and lagers iced cold. Once the lights are dimmed, the bar built in plinth lighting would set the party mood perfectly. No bar would be complete without a foot rest! As you can see from the thumbnails of the custom bar shown below, we are sure that you will agree with us in that the end result looks rather impressive now it is finished.
The customer was extremely happy with the end result that they have commissioned a bespoke wardrobe to be built later in the year with the joiner having free reign on the design.
If you would like a free no obligation quote on any bespoke joinery related work in Sheffield or the surrounding areas from an experienced Sheffield builder then feel free to contact us.
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Woodwork, Bespoke Joinery, Bar, Games room, Sheffield, S21, Killamarsh
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