DIY Coffee Bar for Home or Office
First, we’d like to give special thanks to David Sokolich up in Maine. He devised this nifty chrome espresso bar using our chrome wire shelves and components.
Mr. Sokolich, a former engineer, has the knack and knowledge to do just about whatever he wants. His biggest concern was making sure his wife was happy with the final product. We bet she loved it! He eventually purchased a second unit so Mrs. Sokolich must have been very happy!
Keep reading and we’ll fill you in on how you can mimic Mr. Sokolich’s espresso bar.
How to Make Your Own Espresso Bar
Let’s dig deeper into exactly how he put this unit together. He used 2 different height poles, 74″ for the back and we custom cut the front post to 42″.
Up toward the top of the unit you see a chrome cantilever wire shelf. Cantilever shelves are designed to only use 2 posts as opposed to a standard wire shelf which uses the traditional 4 posts. Just below the cantilever shelf you will notice our 36″ hanger rail. Hanger rails are popular for hanging necessities and accessories. In this instance, they also provide extra support for the 74″ posts.
You gotta admit the hardboard shelf insert (some people call it a butcher block) adds that extra little something. that just makes the chrome espresso bar stand out. It looks tremendous!
We would love to help you create your own unit. Give us a call or send us an email. We will be more than happy to help you.
Keep in mind that you can devise your own bar big or small. With our vast selection of wire shelves, you will be able to find that perfect size that will fit just right in your room.
Thanks again to Mr. Sokolich. If you would like to duplicate this chrome espresso bar. Here is a list of all the wire shelving parts and components that you need. As always, give us a call if you need any assistance. We are here to help.
36″ chrome poles (keep in mind we custom cut this height if you want us to do the same for you just let us know).