This “party barn” looks so fun!
The antique boards on the bar front and back counter are of particular note, since each plank was salvaged from the original floors and walls of the main house. Mullen, as an artist would, chose the wood, de-nailed each piece and identified its perfect spot in the new space. Similarly, the weathered gray barn boards on the custom cabinetry, sliding barn door and walls were hand-selected from an old country fence.
Built to accommodate a number of people along with a dedicated space for live music performances, the ability to keep the party stable and quiet was essential. A specially engineered natural hardwood flooring with seemingly distressed floorboards provides enhanced stability and durability over the unheated garage space below. Additionally, the entire space is encapsulated in a rubber membrane to provide soundproofing. The bar houses an operational two-tap kegerator. A dozen different taps hang decoratively on the wall, so the matching tap can be switched out for the respective beer, come drinking time.
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