Stone Front – Modifications needed?

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  • #19112 Score: 0

    Hi. I’m getting ready to build a L-shape keg bar and saw a photo of a stone front that I would like to incorporate in my build. Here’s the link to the pic. https://www.barplan.com/gallery/displayimage.php?album=850&pid=7910#top_display_media

    Curious if anyone knows if there is any modifications that need to be done to do this?

    #21146 Score: 0
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    Looks like that bar is using an artificial stone product, so no, all you need is bare wood and the proper adhesive. Check with your local home center. As I recall that stuff (stone) ain’t particularly cheap.

    #21147 Score: 0

    Here is a very similar product – 24″ x 48″ is about $80

    Comes in many colors. You will also need corner pieces shown under “accessories” on that page.

    #21148 Score: 0

    appreciate the input.

    #21149 Score: 0

    thank you.

    #21151 Score: 0
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    I did that to the front of my bar, and a photo is attached. It’s a veneer stone product, approximately 3/4 to 1 inch thick. I used stone mortar to set them and instead of plywood, I used a piece of hardy board for that area. If I recall correctly, I did have to “set back” the hardy board face about an inch or so to accomodate the thickness of the stone. I also used the stone on the lolly columns I covered in drywall.

    #21153 Score: 0

    Thanks for the info. The bar you made looks good with the stone. i also liked the column idea of adding the stone to that. i have column myself and may need to do that.

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