Introduction: Make Your Own Wet Wet Bar


Have an old fish tank sitting around and want to know a good way to use it? Have a need to entertain guests, but don't have the means to do so? You're in luck! For under $50, you can assemble a quality wet-bar complete with a fish tank. 

WARNING : This task should not be attempted by anyone under the age of 18 without proper adult supervision.

Step 1: Materials Needed


Step 2: Overview

The above overview is for reference when framing your wet bar. Each color represents a different sized piece in the structure.

Step 3: Cutting the Wood

Your local hardware store will likely cut the dimensions for you, but if you choose to do it yourself, the diagrams are here.

Step 4: Framing

The first step in the actual construction of this bar is the framing. Follow the diagrams here in framing your bar.

As shown above, Pilot Holes are needed for proper construction.

Step 5: Shelving

Depending on your own likes and preferences for your bar, you may want to shelve your unit differently. The diagrams here show you how to assemble it including a mini-fridge.

As shown above, Pilot Holes are needed for proper construction.

Step 6: Skinning

Again, like most decisions in this process, what you choose to skin your bar with is up to you. In the diagrams, you will see the cheap skinning of ply-wood. Skinning instructions are shown in the diagrams here.

As shown above, Pilot Holes are needed for proper construction.

Step 7: Finishing

Staining, while optional, gives your finished product a much nicer look. Above are the finishing steps.

Step 8: Installation

The installation of these items obviously depends on whether or not you use these items, but be sure you are being safe in the installation process; keeping in mind the water in the tank and the power strip's location.

Comments

About This Instructable

2,543views

1favorite

License:

More by kshondel:Make your own Wet Wet Bar
Add instructable to: