Marina Bars

Marina Bar

Rustic, faux galvanized corrugated “tin” fascia sets the nautical feel for these impressive themed bar surrounds. Three-inch diameter, rope-wrapped pylon’s support swags of authentic 2” nautical manila rope as a front fascia dress the rolling base, fascia frame-in, and bar-top framing is rendered in a faux-weathered, ivory tone “crackle”, with the tongue-&-groove planked bar tops created in a rich, high-gloss teak stain!

The post supported, corrugated faux-tin awnings create some excellent branding opportunities, and also house practical indirect lighting for bartender convenience. Each bar surround is created at 42”h, 26”d, and 7’ wide with a 30”d x 9”w bar top. At 42”h, the bars require a “build-a-bar” 6’ table from catering HOWEVER. . .a 9”h stationary pedestal is available so that the surround can accommodate hotel portable bars if required.

 Marina Bar Background

Each of the 6’w x10’h bar backgrounds is equally impressive and completes this charming nautical theme, bearing more of the corrugated faux ‘tin’ fascia framed in the faux-weathered ivory “crackle” finish. Active nautical wall sconces are mounted to ‘frame-in’ the fully dimensional, 6’h X 4’w X 14”d dinghy boat back-bar hutches provided for glassware and/or product display.

Still to come…

Once fully completed this will become a three-sided bar feature, with a triangular formation centered with a rustic, sea-weathered wood post that ‘anchors’ an array of light strings arranged in a “wheel-spoke” formation arriving out to the bar roof-eves as well as the “pier-light” directional posts.

At 10’h, the rustic posts bear nautical-style dock lamps that highlight the collection of ‘directional’ wooden oars. Whether they portray our destinations or custom branding, it’s your call! At the base of each lamp post, unique and coordinated, 9′ circular bar-height counters provide for bar-stool seating. The ‘teak’-stained planking tops and corrugated tin sheeting with rope-wrapped pylon posts completes each unit. At 42″h, these units can be separated from the posts to become coordinated action stations as well.

Check out the progress pictures of how we created our new Marina Bars!


Creating the Marina Bar Background….

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Creating the Marina Bars


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Stay tuned for the added decor accents and accoutrements!

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