Our expert design team encompasses degrees and certifications in architecture, interior design, and engineering as well as extensive experience in custom cabinetry and architectural millwork. - David Stasiukaitis, CEO Low Country Case & Millwork COPER COUNTER TOP 36 " 18 " 18 " 2 " 31 2 " BLACK PLAM FINISHED END 12 " 10 " 81 2 " 2CM QUARTZ COUNTER TOP 2 " 2 " 1 " 8 4 " 42 " BLACK PLAM PULL OUT WRAPPING STATION BARREL STAVES BEYOND 30 " WIRE CHASE 28 " 237 8 " RECLAIMED METAL ATTACHED TO FACE OF WALL BLACK PLAM REMOVABLE ACCESS PANEL PLYWOOD STUD WALL BLACK PLAM WALL FACE 81 2 " 61 2 " 3 " SECTION @ BAR LOW WALL 173 4 " The barrel staves used at the tasting room bar and the gift shop desk came from Firefly's very own used bourbon barrels. " Bourbon legally has to be aged in a new charred Oak barrel, " he explains. " This is achieved by literally burning the inside of the barrel prior to storing the bourbon. So, we received around 20 used barrels from Firefly at the start of the project that we had to completely disassemble down to the individual staves. The staves were then scraped to remove the excess and loose char. We then applied a sealer to the inside surface in order to capture the remaining char and keep it from wearing off over time. " Low Country Case & Millwork sampled a lot of different reclaimed barn wood in order to find the right look and cost point. " The owners specifically wanted a consistent brown coloration with more natural characteristics on the edges and face. We also did a lot of mock-ups to figure out the barrel stave details, " says Stasiukaitis. MacMurphy adds, " We wanted to reuse high quality wood and in a way that created a comfortable environment that made our employees and customers feel at home. The Firefly team meticulously considered each sample provided. We wanted to find real high-quality wood with genuine character. "