Our Custom Bars | Their Stories

There is no doubt that when an event arrives guests are excited, eagerly anticipating the festive offerings of the night. At White Door Events we believe every element from drapery to tabletop décor should be selected to visual perfection. Enter our love of the custom bar. A custom built bar gives guests a unique visual experience they will remember for years to come.

Custom design and construction is our passion, so much so that we carry that energy into the naming of each creation. Each of our custom bars are carefully given a name based on some of our favorite and most memorable icons from the past! Take a closer look at each of our custom bars and the name that embodies their style…

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Bardot Bar
Named For: Brigette Bardot, French Actress/Model
Style: With its ornamental frame, curved cabriole legs, and tufted front, this highly detailed bar is reminiscent of the Rococo age so loved by Louis XV. Because France became the trendsetter of the Rococo age, it is only appropriate to name this beautiful bar after the French icon who was known for her trendsetting style and activism.

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Photography: Erin Lee Allender
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Chameleon Bar
Just like a chameleon changes its appearance to blend in with its surroundings, our Chameleon Bar has the ability to alter its appearance. The bar comes with front inserts that are removable. We have a collection of inserts with various designs ranging from acrylic to boxwood. The inside lighting of the bar can be customized with a variety of colors.

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Chaney Custom Front Bar
Named For: Lon Chaney, Silent Film Actor
Style: Chaney is regarded as one of the most versatile actors in early cinema that earned him the nickname “Man of a Thousand Faces.” Just like Chaney, this bar can be customized in its appearance. The entire bar can be covered with any type of wallpaper/fabric pattern.

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Eastwood Bar
Named For: Clint Eastwood, Actor
Style: With its traditional shape, classic framed paneling, and rich coloring, this bar has all of the qualities of the strong, masculine type that many of Eastwood’s roles are associated with. The dark-colored finish evokes a refined strength.

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Harlow Bar
Named For: Jean Harlow, Actress
Style: As one of the most famous stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Harlow's persona in classic cinema is timeless. Emulating her "Platinum Blonde" legacy, this bar channels that airy lightness with a white finish and simple shape.

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Hemingway Bar
Named For: Ernest Hemingway, Novelist
Style: Carved out of cypress wood, this bar resembles one that Hemingway himself might be found at! Ornamental iron corner brackets gives additional decorative elements reminiscent of the times!

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Hepburn Bar
Named For: Audrey Hepburn, Actress
Style: Similar to the Eastwood bar in its traditional shape, the Hepburn bar carries itself as the feminine counterpart with a light, custom finish. The combination of raised paneling on top and inset paneling on bottom was designed for a polished, graceful look that echoes Hepburn's own iconic style of delicate dignity.

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Photography: Erin Lee Allender

Kennedy Curved Bar
Named For:John F. Kennedy, 35th U.S. President
Style:Much like the Monroe bar, the Kennedy bar's entire shape is curved with inset paneling. Smaller in size, this bar's boneyard finish gives a warm-colored richness that compliments the tailored style of distinguished figures.

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Photography: Kristyn Hogan Photography
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Photography: Creation Studios

Meryl Mirror Bar
Named For: Meryl Streep, Actress
Style: Though traditional in shape, this bar's elegant condition is heightened with a custom finish and raised paneling framed around the centered mirror. Just like a mirror shows the reflection of anyone in view, Meryl, who is known as the greatest living actress, has the reputation of reflecting a wide range of characters.

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Photography: Taylor Square Photography
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Photography: Christen Jones Photography
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Monroe Curved Bar
Named For: Marilyn Monroe, Actress
Style: Grand curves and opulent exhibition is the quintessential essence of our Monroe bar, as well as an ode to the iconic beauty. With a white-colored finish, it features curved inner inset paneling painted in gold and silver that amplifies the glamorous bar.

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Sawyer Bar
Named For: Tom Sawyer, Literary Character
Style: The corrugated tin front and pine wood frame of our Sawyer bar has a rustic and industrial look. The laid-back nature of this piece brings to mind the idyllic setting of rural Missouri Mark Twain's protagonist enjoyed his adventures in. 

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