Honomobar

Mar 16, 2018

Category: Living

Having a backyard bar shouldn’t be that complicated of a task. Or at least that is what the folks at Honomobo think. In fact, the architecture and design studio believed so strongly that this was the case they set out to make their own easy to install Honomobar.

This really straight-forward build measures in at 8 feet wide by 12 feet long and is cut from a shipping container. Of course, Honomobo did a lot more than slice up some steel to make this thing. The bar features a flip-up front with a hydraulic lift, a 3-foot cedar overhang, a floor painted with a special non-slip coating, and a Canadian Fir treated butcher block bar top. The best part about the bar though? When ordered, it’ll show up in as little as 4 weeks, and doesn’t need to be set on a foundation.

Purchase: $20,000

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