Optimal storage: Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Cowboy bar

Introducing Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Cowboy bar, which has reclaimed wood bands applied in a basketweave treatment throughout the front and sides. The wood base contrasts cleanly with the hammered faux concrete bar top. Measuring 84 inches wide, 29 inches deep and 42 inches high, the bar can be customized upon request. Housing three cabinets and three drawers, the piece offers bottle and glassware storage

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