And then there were shelves.

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Along with the 120 year old reclaimed barn wood chairs came 120 year old reclaimed barn wood shelves. Problem was the side you’re supposed to display was so dark it looked awful against the light walls and didn’t blend with the bar or chairs.

Solution? We flipped them upside down.

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And installed the railroad spike brackets.

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Talk about rugged! These shelves could hold an elephant…. but if you see a pink one wandering around, I’m shutting you off.

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Bottles were brought from the house for proper spacing.

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And then came the disagreement.

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I have a lot of bottles, which is why I had 4 shelves made.

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But now the husband only wants 2 on this side instead of the planned 3.

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When you’re mixing cocktails, variety is key.

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And I can’t put another one on the opposite side because, you know… short people.

I have more bottles that need a home. Stay tuned..

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26 thoughts on “And then there were shelves.”

  1. I did not know that whiskey bottles were like cats. What ever you do don’t give them to the kids down the road. No matter how much they say they lost one ! And why is it no one ever complains about crazy whiskey bottle ladies like they do about cat ladies ? Truly puzzling. Kinda like the shirt from the winery … with the pink elephant on the back. Where it belongs. Let someone else see the pink elephant. I don’t even have to drink to know he’s there following me.

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