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My Bar



My sweetie, who is a general contractor but also an amazing finish carpenter, has been working on something for me for a bit now. I had a closet in my family room and have always wanted to turn it into a wet bar. Since Jason is so good at making dreams come true, he told me he could do that! When it's all done, I'll post before and after photos but in the meantime, here's a little sneak peak of what he's been working on! He built everything wood himself!

Comments

Shirley said…
Oh, I definitely think ya'll need to take a vacation at the beach and come build me something!! That is absolutely beautiful! He is very talented!
Barbara Lewis said…
This looks the beginnings of something great! How wonderful to have someone so talented ... and so willing! Those traits don't always go hand in hand!
Cindy said…
Jason sounds incredibly talented. Please show more pics as the project devlops!
Pretty Things said…
Awesome! Must be great to have a talented hubby!
Anonymous said…
Oh, I can't wait to see it when your finished! I love the design in the tin blocks (I think that's what they are) on the back wall.

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