June’s Minibar

This bar was built DIY using Tasmanian oak and jarrah with architraves added for the trim 

June’s Minibar

This bar was built by a DIYer as a birthday gift for his wife 

For June Sunman’s birthday, he husband decided to build her a bar.
 
Says June, ‘It’s made from jarrah and Tasmanian oak, and he routed all the panel surrounds himself and bought some architraves for trimming.’
 
‘He laminated the top and floorboard, and finished the whole thing off with satin polyurethane.’
 

 DIY bar build, handyman magazine
Tasmanian oak and jarrah form the main part of the bar, with a laminated top and footboard
 
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