Bar interior, recent client.

This project I have completed just recently, new pub opened up in the city, owner has also a brewery, quite good beer I must add. The interior looks really cool, all around the wood, reclaimed/scaffo theme, all comes along nicely.

The atmosphere inside is vibrant and it looks almost always busy. My part was to build a side bar, located by brick wall, a big mirror that was installed in the upstairs dining room and over the back bar shelving units.

Side bar is made out of long ( 3m each) scaffo boars, I have purchased at a local building supplies store. I have applied black spray paint and sanded through before applying a natural oak stain and varnish. Then it was placed on 33.4 mm scaffo frame, all very sturdy and looking nice I think. (blowing my own horn here).

The mirror was bought new on ebay and placed on the ply before I had scaffo boards (same finish) built around it as a frame. The challenge was to make some really flat, yet super strong mountings that would keep this baby up on the wall well secured. I have cut a metal corner into half and drilled some holes in it. One side was fitted with adjustable mounting, when you drill into a brick, it is not uncommon for the drill to slightly slip, then you put the piece up-to find out it is crooked,  then you`re in trouble trying to explain extra holes in the wall.

The over the bar shelve units-are 2, couple of meters long boxy like pieces. All built with the same material as the rest of the projects I have done here. Same finish, high enough to accommodate bottles, we had tiny room to make this work, but eventually got it all lined up nicely. The same fittings were used as for the mirror with bolts super heavy, it is not going anywhere even fully loaded.

Sorry for just few pics, but when you are working and forgot to take as you go, coming to a pub full of people and start snapping away photos, it freaks people out.

Great place, nice projects, overall super cool place.

P.