Kitchen Remodel: Part 15: Breakfast Bar – Part B

I have built the bar top of the breakfast bar. It is made from khaya, a type of mahogany. The design idea for the bar is that the top surface wraps vertically at the end of the cabinetry, forming a miter at the transition. The grain runs continuously around the corner. To get the width and thickness I needed, I glued smaller pieces together. The bar top is 17.75 inches wide, 10 feet long, and 1.5 inches thick.

Kitchen Remodel: Part 15: Breakfast Bar – Part A

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26 ответов на “Kitchen Remodel: Part 15: Breakfast Bar – Part B”

  1. Man your videos are so amazing. They also have this calming meditative quality in that every time I start watching them I start to go into this deep restful state and find myself drooling over my laptop haha. Excellent videos, thanks for making them

  2. How much of a savings would you estimate you had over buying cabinetry. I have been quoted 9k for cabinetry and am seriously thinking about going RTA or buying the tools needed to build the cabinets. figure after they are done I would get to keep the tools (Table Saw, Track Saw, HVLP Sprayer).

    What are your thoughts?

  3. I really like this breakfast, and the whole kitchen for that matter. Sucks about the top being cut to the wrong length. I was thinking you could have put a different type or color piece of wood in that gap, maybe a couple inches wide and it would look more intentional. Similar to the things you've done on your bowls that have a crack. Big fan of your work, keep doing what you're doing.

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