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want to build two at the same time ?
lol. If you are serious then atm I don't have a set price on it since this is my first one. But if you wanted me to build one for you after then I could. Only bad thing would be shipping
post #42 of 56
So the sketch up is def nice, but that top piece is akwardly tall.
You should have the top piece no taller than the bottom piece.
That will keep in looking nice and professional.
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So the sketch up is def nice, but that top piece is akwardly tall.
You should have the top piece no taller than the bottom piece.
That will keep in looking nice and professional.
Yea I messed up I did it 3 inches too tall because I counted the kicker. I will have to fix that. So do you think that I should keep the top piece or not do it?

Actually I think I have come up with a better solution for that top piece. Let me see what I can do in sketchup...
Edited by Timlander - 3/25/11 at 2:09pm
post #44 of 56
I see 2 issues with the sketch up file:
1) that person is scary and possibly cut in half
2) there are only 3 bottles

Jokes aside, I like the top piece and vote to keep it. Having a place nearby to hang your
glasses is classy and super convenient. I wish my bar at home had something like that.
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Yea I messed up I did it 3 inches too tall because I counted the kicker. I will have to fix that. So do you think that I should keep the top piece or not do it?

Actually I think I have come up with a better solution for that top piece. Let me see what I can do in sketchup...
lets see the comparison sketch up.
I say you could keep the top piece. make a shelf up top as well for more actuall drinking glasses and keep your wine glasses hanging.

I would say also for the glass on the bottom, make it like a frosted glass. Paired with the cathode=smexy!
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lets see the comparison sketch up.
I say you could keep the top piece. make a shelf up top as well for more actuall drinking glasses and keep your wine glasses hanging.

I would say also for the glass on the bottom, make it like a frosted glass. Paired with the cathode=smexy!
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Yes, frosted glass + Lighting = hotness
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post #47 of 56
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Ok I think this would be a much better solution. Let cost, less materials to deal with. All around better IMO. Only thing I would have to do was attach it to the wall. Easy enough.



What do you think?

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Originally Posted by SongofStorms View Post
I see 2 issues with the sketch up file:
1) that person is scary and possibly cut in half
2) there are only 3 bottles

Jokes aside, I like the top piece and vote to keep it. Having a place nearby to hang your
glasses is classy and super convenient. I wish my bar at home had something like that.
Haha yea just a model I found to give perspective. And dont worry, there will be many more bottles than that in mine.

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lets see the comparison sketch up.
I say you could keep the top piece. make a shelf up top as well for more actuall drinking glasses and keep your wine glasses hanging.

I would say also for the glass on the bottom, make it like a frosted glass. Paired with the cathode=smexy!
Lets see how you like my new design.
Edited by Timlander - 3/25/11 at 2:28pm
post #48 of 56
I like it, breaking it up gives it a less imposing footprint but keeps that top piece functionality. Thumbs up.
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Lets see how you like my new design.
oh yes i like. Just curious how you would attach it?
Or just have it as its own free shelf and you can customize the placement when ever you want.
post #50 of 56
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I like it, breaking it up gives it a less imposing footprint but keeps that top piece functionality. Thumbs up.
Yea that is what I was thinking. I just didn't like the way that top piece was looking before. Plus it would have taken a lot more material and time. This way I feel like it looks much better, and will also be much easier on me as far as time and money goes.

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oh yes i like. Just curious how you would attach it?
Or just have it as its own free shelf and you can customize the placement when ever you want.
It will be its own shelf, so it can be as high or low as I want. It will be attached to the wall. Wine glasses don't weigh much, so even sheet rock screws should do the trick.
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