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Top 100 Bars Projects

  1. 16. City Chickens Need Fancy Coop (00:01:40)

    Sara loves the idea of creating a backyard to accommodate city chickens.

  2. 17. Potting Shed Bar (20:01)

    Professional caterers get a backyard makeover.

  3. 18. Bamboo Blowout (04:43)

    After four years and seven contractors, this kitchen is ready for a redo.

  4. 19. Kitchen Impossible 204 (20:00)

    Marc rescues and transforms Tim and Laura's falling-down kitchen.

  5. 20. How to Tap Into the Water Lines for a Wet Bar

    Host Ed Del Grande shows how to tap into the water lines for a wet bar.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  6. 21. Repurpose Railing (20:02)

    Amy installs a cool wet bar and then a transom window above the door.

  7. 22. Towel Bar Install (05:18)

    A Home Repair and Remodeling guide to bathroom towel bars.

  8. 23. A Landscape Jewel (03:36)

    Jason helps the Jewel family turn their bedraggled yard into a real gem.

  9. 24. Superhero Man Cave (00:03:59)

    Mild-mannered Adam hopes to realize his potential in a Superhero Man Cave.

  10. 25. Kitchen Chaos (03:57)

    Tile floors, granite counters and an onyx bar add style to this kitchen.

  11. 26. Tiki Hut Bar (01:50)

    A tiki hut with a real palm roof adds exotic ambience to a huge bar area.

  12. 27. Installing a Wet Bar

    A wet bar can add class and style to any home. Learn how to get your new wet bar ready to go.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  13. 28. Rockin' Casino Man Cave (00:03:55)

    A work-at-home father of two now has a place to unwind and call his own.

  14. 29. Road Signs Give Bar '50s Look (00:05:06)

    Jake and Joel skin a custom bar with road signs for a '50s backyard theme.

  15. 30. Install a Wet Bar Like a Pro (00:55)

    Watch a quick overview of this weekend project.

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