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Inspired by several recent posts. Here's mine. Will post action shots laters.
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That's a really nice four legged thing.
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That's a really nice four legged thing.
i guess it's more of a buffet, although I use it as a bar. will change thread title. now post yours.
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Am looking for something v. modern and minimalist in nature, so anyone who posts bars/buffets of that type with vendor info will earn my eternal gratitude.
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Is that Expanko cork tile on the floor? I used the same as the central section in our kitchen about five years ago; great stuff.

I like the piece you have. We have an old Interluebke in white lacquer with a drop-front bar. It's probably as minimalist as one can get.

http://www.interluebke.de/vmuseum/1970/index.html
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There is something very Kubrickian about all of this.
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There is something very Kubrickian about all of this.

Yes, I suppose that's true. We have the spinning bookshelf-cum-murphy-bed too. I love the stuff, but it does look like HAL 9000 should be mounted in one of the units.
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Inspired by several recent posts. Here's mine. Will post action shots laters.


This seems a bit small to hold too much liquor.
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Vintage Brunswick bar. It is rumored to have been in Woodrow Wilson's White House, but I would take that with a grain of salt.

Sorry, no post-construction pics.

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This seems a bit small to hold too much liquor.

small unit, small liquor collection
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Vintage Brunswick bar. It is rumored to have been in Woodrow Wilson's White House, but I would take that with a grain of salt.

Sorry, no post-construction pics.


That is just awesome.
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^^^How did you get that giant bar through that little door?
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^^^How did you get that giant bar through that little door?

Years ago I was managing a shopping mall in which we replaced some ficus trees. The new ones came in shipping containers and as they were uncrating them one of the maintenance guys asked me how they got them trees to grow in them boxes. I couldn't tell whether or not he was serious so I just said that they must have used some special fertilizer.
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