Window Bar

Today I’m bringing you project 2 of 3 for The Family Room in Laytonsville, MD. The shop needs additional seating, eating and workspace… preferably taking advantage of their great end unit location overlooking trees. The biggest requirements…

  • Budget. Keep it as low cost as possible for this project.
  • Built in. This needs to be a built in piece, not a movable piece of furniture.

The biggest issue… location. A window bar isn’t as straight forward as other bars because you have no wall (or in this case, low walls to attach it to). But Joel was able to provide great support and still give it a “floating” appearance. I’m telling you, that man can do anything.

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