Im about to start a bar and a long narrow table for behind a sofa same height as bar to go in my sons basement.
He is installing a large screen 3-D tv and Ill place the table behind a sofa for people to eat or drink while watching tv.(this is a poor mans home theater) The table will be the same height as the bar, so I dont have to make too many stools. Cause I hate making chairs.
The bar dimensions will be approx, 46 inches high front bar top, 48 inches wide, bartop will be approx 60 inches long, not sure how wide yet, but I want to make it from one piece, no glueup.
All raised panel construction, all mahogany(maybe some sapele mixed in)
The table will be approx 5 feet long, but narrow, just somewhere for people to sit on one side, the other side against the sofa.
So I needed to sort out all the lumber today, started yesterday.
I also moved one standard over since I emptied the lumber rack.
Look at these beautiful boards I have to make this bar, hope I dont mess it up.
The board on the floor, is 6/4, 18inches width, 8 feet long.
The boards on the cart, the front one is 6/4, 19 inches wide, approx 12 feet long. I cant lift these things other than tilt them up a few inches, not sure how Im going to break them down, cant get them up to work level.
The 2 back boards on the cart was one 27 foot board. 4/4 , 26.5 inches wide, beautiiiifullllllllllll, to me at least, but I had the guy cut it in half so it fit in the pickup. I purchased it over a year ago I believe.
The stools will be made with maple legs, but a mahogany seat so they will match, just trying to save a little mahogany. I have alot of 8/4 maple that will make nice legs for the stools. Im only making 4 stools.
the front piece on the cart is a 4x4 post , mahogany, 13 footer.