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Ki'o wai Lounge (bar construction page 3)
tikiskip
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Posted: 2013-08-23 3:13 pm   Permalink

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On 2013-08-23 12:29, ErichTroudt wrote:
You might consider the bar top to look like something reclaimed or re-used..... Sides of a crate with stamp stencils still on it, wood off a ship, deck hatch, life boat...



yes that would be cool, and this is what Kronkie means.

"I have the bar built up with plywood so I don't need the thickness for strength"
True but you can still feel the heft of a big fat chunk of wood.
The bar top is an important part of your bar, Take your time to find what works for you.
Don't rush just to get done for your party.

Good luck.


 
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