How do you fix corbels?
Satisfy the porosity of the corbels by submerging them in water for a very short period then let them stand for a couple of minutes before fixing. You can deal with the porosity of the plastered walls by a locally applied thinned coat of pva (see back of can)./span>
How do you attach corbels?
To attach the corbels from behind, use at least two screws or bolts that are long enough to pierce the supporting material behind the corbel, and at least 1 ½ inches into the corbel itself. Take care not to use a screw that is so long it will go entirely through to the front of the corbel.
How do you size corbels?
The corbels' widths should measure the same as the width of the doorway. They should never measure smaller than 2 inches of the doorway's width, with 1 inch on either side. Also, special consideration should be given to the sides of the corbel, since the carved details will face outwards./span>
What is the best height for a kitchen island?
How much space do you need behind bar stools?
How big is a bar stool?
The most common bar stool widths are 15", 17", and 21". However, the seat width of a bar stool also directly impacts how many stools you can fit in your space.
How high is a bar height stool?
Bar-height stools are the tallest on this list, usually measuring between 28”- 33” high at the seat. This type of seating is usually what you'll find in restaurants and bars and is best used with bar-height tables that measure 41”- 43” high./span>
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