Building wet bar

Old 03-07-00, 10:09 AM
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We are planning to finish our basement - we have the flooring picked out, walls, ceiling etc. We would like to build a wet bar (the plumbing connections are already there) - Where can I find different plans / ideas to help us decide on building the bar??

Also, There is a crack in the foundation where the piping for the woodstove is? How
do I proceed to repair once the cold and
snow are gone??

Old 03-08-00, 05:25 AM
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renomom, the only plans I know of are on the Rockler site at

You can design your own! A wet bar is nothing more than a countertop with a sink nearby. I made a glass block bar. I built my own cabinets behind it and topped it off with mahogany plywood. I have a formica top behind it with my sink. My bro-in-law has a simple 2x4 frame, L shaped, with a formica top. His front is oak plywood.

I know a guy in California that has done tops with granite and tile. The bar can be supported by cabinets or just a 2x4 frame. You can even get by with regular base cabinets (like in a kitchen).

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