This renovation project was featured in Best Home Magazine - winter 2012 issue. Stay tuned for more details to come covering the story of how a single contractor designed and renovated a new interior for a large scale Bear's Paw home.

This project was started after the client viewed my workmanship from installing their custom wine cellar subcontracting for another company. Their Bears Paw estate was nice, but was quite standardized and needed some customization, starting with a new bar next to their new wine cellar. I wanted to tie the two together in look and feel, and kept with the same species of wood - knotty alder. The wine cellar had a beautiful arch-top entrance with sidelights and I wanted to take the take that arch-top and transfer it to the shape of the bar.

The bar featured thick floating shelves on the back wall, with dimmable LED's shining down on the spirit bottles and concrete countertop. Plenty of seating around this bar made it perfect for entertaining, giving it a grand feel in comparison to most basement bars. Inside the bar was a hammered-steel sink, microwave, fridge drawers, popcorn maker, and plenty of room for a double margarita maker.

The bar area also had in its vicinity a typical drywall bulkhead in the walkout area, which was converted to a beautiful accent with a custom shaker-style paneled faux beam treatment in stained knotty alder.

Tru Woodcraft thrives on creativity and works hard to re-define quality and service for Bears Paw renovations! Contact us today for a consultation

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