Can I ask what that cost Chris? Or feel free to shoot a PM. That looks sick.
For the exact same design would be around $1500 depending on what materials end up costing. This is the first thing I have sold but have built many other items for my own home and given to family members as gifts, including a bedroom set (bed frame and side tables) small tv stand, wall quilt rack, china cabinet, children's rocking chairs, toy chest etc.
Originally Posted by josh4cy
Looks great! can you post pics from behind the bar?
I will try to attach some pictures I took before Chris ruined the view with his stools
Some of you might remember a few months ago when I asked around about trying to find somebody to build me a bar for my basement. Well, a Fanatic named Jonathan Brand saw my post, hit me up and created this masterpiece for me. I could not be happier with it. I'm sitting here working/drinking a Busch Light/watching at it right now. If anybody wants to see pictures of the other side, I can post those too but there is a TON of cabinet space and it's personalized for my mini-fridge/wine chiller as well. Hit me up if you're interested in potentially having Jonathan build you one as I told him I'd try to get him some side business on CF. Happy V-Tines Day everyone! Attachment 24958
Chris, Ive been searching everywhere for the old school basketball Cy, I was able to find the football one, but not basketball. Any assistance?
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