Simple Little Wine Bars

July 25th, 2013 in member junk     
GypsyBarn Jasmin Marisett, contributor
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How can something rusty look so chic? So many people stop to do a double take on this beauty! It really is a fun piece to have around.
Here is another version. A frame with some cleaned up lathe and plaster leftovers from our renos. I decided to just leave the frame nice and chippy for a fun old feel.
Another view of the original bar. I put together some random barnboards and leftover scraps and added the rake and a fruit flat cut in half for the top and bottom shelves. An old wagon wheel made the perfect chiller for the bottle of wine. We just put a plastic bag inside with some ice and water and it was great!
I added a little shelf to the framed bar with some old L brackets. Where else was I going to put the most important thing? The OPENER! :)
If a stand alone bar is what is preferred, this was attached to an old ladder which was also attached to a an old workhorse. It was perfect to display the bar at a show I did!
Another view of the framed bar.
How can something rusty look so chic? So many people stop to do a double take on this beauty! It really is a fun piece to have around.

How can something rusty look so chic? So many people stop to do a double take on this beauty! It really is a fun piece to have around.


I've done many different variations of this over the last few years, but these two are great to get you started on your own little masterpiece. We're about to make another one to put out by the pool, but of course, will have to take some more finessing to make sure the glass absolutely can not be blown off by the wind onto our pool patio. They make for quick access to a few glasses when just a couple gal pals pop over for a glass of wine and chit chat. Of course, the chit chat typically starts off with conversation about the piece displaying their wine! Have fun with it!
Pattern or design used: My own design - Sophisticated Hillbilly Wine Bar
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Comments (11)

RaymondSmith writes: I always love visiting wine bars in Singapore and this little one is also grabbing my interest a lot.

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Posted: 12:21 am on March 19th
RaymondSmith writes: The wine bar seems to be simple but they are unique and innovative ones. Well, simplicity is the best policy for me.

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Posted: 4:17 am on January 7th
EdwardsCollins writes: Simple the concept would be more it will be liked by the people. I would like to mention that this simple little wine bars concept is clear and explained pretty well.

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Posted: 2:59 am on January 3rd
ParkerSmith writes: These simple little bars seem to be interesting and compelling one. The picture shown for this blog post is simply perfect, explaining each detail about it.

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Posted: 2:46 am on December 30th
Boulevard writes: The ones, which are simple wine bars are the ones that offers superior services and high class wine to the customers, this is what I believe.

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Posted: 3:24 am on December 3rd
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Posted: 11:42 pm on November 18th
NDJunkGirl writes: Am lovin' your wine bars...either way is fabulous in my book!

-Andrea Posted: 11:52 am on August 8th
GypsyBarn writes: Thanks! Working on one for our pool patio now! I really need to learn to keep some things for myself! Posted: 8:14 am on August 5th
junkyarddoggy2 writes: I definitely will try this, thanks. Posted: 7:16 pm on July 30th
junkredeemer writes: Jasmin,
You always think "out of the box". Love your creations!
Wanda
Posted: 4:48 pm on July 29th
JunkArchitect writes: Great ideas! You've inspired me to build my own drinkin' station/bar.

Jim

Posted: 4:59 am on July 29th
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