Beverage bar....junk style!

January 8th, 2010 in member junk     
junkfestgirl junkfestgirl, member
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Here she is, decked out with beverage glasses and a Partini game!
The backside.  One shelf for storing bar essentials.
She has potential, no?
What do you get when you cross a radiator cover with a footboard?

Here's a "beverage bar" that I made for JunkFest '09 by pairing a rugged, but sturdy old metal radiator cover, with a wooden foot board.  For more photos see our blog at

Pattern or design used: My own design - Cassie
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Comments (15)

shabbychick writes: Cassie - great job on the transformation! What a great party piece. I bet it sold right away!


P.S. Laurel - I'd like to go to JunkFest too! :) Posted: 2:33 pm on January 14th
RustyDiva writes: Awesome ~ absolutely awesome!!!!! I love this idea and now the brain cells are firing!!! I want one and will be on the hunt for some pieces I can combine!! WOW ~ just can't get over it!!! A+++

Kenda Posted: 10:29 am on January 11th
lakelover69 writes: love this transformation,beautiful. Posted: 11:51 am on January 10th
suewhitney writes: Partini on , girlfriend! This is fabulous..

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:21 am on January 10th
Prior writes: great transformation...Lezlee Posted: 4:59 pm on January 9th
CottageElements writes: Cassie, you are the clever one, aren't you! To think of using a headboard for a table top is ingenious! Love how this turned out. Way to go!

Lani Posted: 11:29 am on January 9th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wowee, wow, wow! I love your posts, Cassie, and can see you have a lot of fun with your junk creations. Very inspiring indeed! Love that black finish too.

Posted: 8:57 am on January 9th
chippingcharm writes: This is sooo cool!!! Very, very clever...I really am going to have to make the treck to ND for your sale some year. I love everything you ladies post on here and your blog is fantastic too! Laurel Posted: 8:31 am on January 9th
JunkArchitect writes: JFG, now this is a true junk transformation. It’s amazing how the pieces come together so perfectly. Your paint finish is fantastic too…great bar.

Jim Posted: 8:31 am on January 9th
LuAnn writes: This is an awesome transformation. You did an excellent job! Way to go.

LuAnn Posted: 7:50 am on January 9th
junkermidge writes: That is incredible! I am working on a couple "beverage bars" right now because I was so inspired by ones I've seen by you gals (not sure who made what -- they're all very cool!). I'll post when done. I agree with MakinItHappen, yours is ingenious!
Midge Posted: 10:24 pm on January 8th
54girl writes: As always you junk fest girls do fabulous stuff!!! Very beatiful!!! We were selling there last year so did not get to see alot of all your neat things you girls do. This is just excellent!!! Mary Posted: 10:18 pm on January 8th
MakinItHappen writes: Most ingenious! Posted: 8:39 pm on January 8th
oldnews writes: It's fabulous! Really, it's a beautiful transformation, with such a simple but elegant look. LOVE it!! Marie Posted: 7:57 pm on January 8th
alicemom writes: Cassie,
Wow! All it needs are us! Very clever! Great save and really cool!
smiles, alice Posted: 6:50 pm on January 8th
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