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I am building a back-bar in a closet area for a previously built bar. As you can see from the pictures, I am using reclaimed wood on all of the walls (both in and around the back-bar area). The cabinet is just being used as a 'place holder' to get the correct height. I intend to build-in cabinets that will span the length of the opening and contain the kegerator shown. Due to the large amount of wood surface(s), I am trying to decided what else I can use as a counter top and color suggestions. I am concerned that simply staining / painting wood will be overkill. I am looking for suggestions that can be completed on the less-expensive side that will maintain the rustic, weathered look of the walls.
 

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You want something gritty and authentic. Get the ugliest piece of quartz or granite you can find. A small piece that nobody wants might work perfectly for you. What most people would see as a defect could be a focal point for you. Probably pick it up real cheap.
 
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