This Kitchen Bar Is Going to Make You Look Like a Master Chef

In this next article, I’m going to show you how I made a kitchen bar that you can’t help but love.

The design for this one was inspired by the kitchen of a famous chef.

The main difference is that this bar uses a traditional stainless steel design, with a beautiful, intricate pattern on the sides, and is finished with a wood finish.

The whole kitchen bar is made with a mix of hardwood and hardboard, and the finished product is one of the most unique pieces of furniture I’ve ever made.

Here are the steps: 1.

Determine your needs and budget 2.

Design your cabinet 3.

Cut, shape, and stain the cabinet 4.

Build the kitchen bar 5.

Build a countertop 6.

Cut and shape the countertop 7.

Measure, mark, and measure again 8.

Measure again and mark again 9.

Take measurements 10.

Measure and mark for the other cabinets in the room 11.

Measure carefully for the kitchen countertop 12.

Measure correctly for the cabinets in each corner of the kitchen area 13.

Measure properly for the cabinet on your left side 14.

Measure for the ceiling tiles in each side of the cabinet 15.

Measure around the edges of the cabinets 16.

Cut a corner of your cabinet and shape it into a corner 17.

Cut an edge and shape into a door 18.

Cut two corners and shape them into a ceiling 19.

Cut one corner and shape an opening for a door 20.

Cut another corner and cut it into the door 21.

Take a picture of your cabinets and mark the corners with your ruler.

22.

Cut the ceiling tile in your cabinet with a saw and measure the sides.

23.

Cut up the corners of the ceiling in your kitchen to fit your cabinets.

24.

Measure the height of the door and trim the edges to match the cabinets.

25.

Take your finished kitchen counter top and place it on the counter top.

26.

Measure accurately for the sides of your kitchen counter.

27.

Cut out a piece of the hardwood, and shape that into a small square piece.

28.

Cut off the corners and add the hardboard to the piece of wood.

29.

Cut that square piece of hardboard into two pieces, and cut them to size.

30.

Measure your cabinet’s height and the width of your countertop.

31.

Measure from the bottom of the counter to the top of the top.

32.

Measure up from the top to the bottom.

33.

Measure down from the front to the back.

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Measure vertically from the middle of the side to the front of the back of the piece.

35.

Cut this piece of material into three pieces.

36.

Take the three pieces and cut out a triangle.

37.

Mark your triangle and mark your edge.

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Mark the center of the triangle.

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Cut it in half.

40.

Measure along your triangle.

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Measure across the bottom and mark where the two sides meet.

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Measure over your triangle, from top to bottom, and mark it on your counter.

43.

Cut your two pieces of wood from your counter top, and add them to the two pieces that were cut off.

44.

Mark where your wood pieces meet.

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Measure on both pieces of the wood that you’ve just cut, and place them on your counters.

46.

Take one piece of your piece of timber, and line up the pieces.

47.

Measure all of your measurements, and make a mark on the top with a ruler.

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Measure a mark over your mark, then cut a straight line through your mark.

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Cut through your line, and trace the length of your line with a pencil.

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Cut along the mark, keeping the length the same.

51.

Measure with a straight edge.

52.

Measure horizontally across the edge of your triangle on the two wood pieces.

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Cut each wood piece to the length you need.

54.

Cut both pieces into quarters.

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Measure using a ruler, and then mark the top and bottom of your counters using the same measurement.

56.

Mark a rectangle of the same height as the triangle you just made, and put the triangle on your cabinets, along the top, on the bottom, along one edge, and along the other edge.

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Measure two inches from the right side of your triangles, mark the bottom edge, then measure from the left edge, marking the center.

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Measure three inches from one edge to the other, mark two more inches from each side, mark three more inches in each direction, mark four more inches on the other side, and so on. 59.

Measure four inches from all sides, mark five inches in one direction, and four more on the opposite side.

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Measure five inches on each side and mark four inches on all sides.

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Measure one inch from the center, mark one more inch on the right, and one more on each other side.

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Measure six