• Perfect for commercial and home use for ballet/dance and barre fitness
• Wall mounted barres for ultimate stability
• Systems consist of 2 components: BWFT Wood Barres and WB15 Black Collared Brackets.
• Longer length barre systems over 8' ship in multiple barre sections. See the systems components tab above.
• Barres are Natural Ash wood 1-1/2” diameter, sanded smooth – ideal for hands of all sizes.
• Brackets are made of heavy gauge steel and feature a light textured matte black powder coated finish.
• The number of brackets required depends on the length of the barre. (See the systems components tab above.)
Our stock systems are configured for our recommended 4’ bracket spacing.
• When barres meet in a corner take 1’ off each barre dimension so that the barres do not touch in the corner.
Distance from mounting surface to center of barre is approximately 8”. (see diagram)
• Bracket mount plate is 1-1/2” wide x 4” tall. From center of 4” mount plate to the top of the barre is 5-1/2”. (see diagram)
• Brackets may be placed anywhere along the barre length.
• Barres are joined together inside the bracket collars for a continuous length look.
• Systems include all components and hardware needed for installation into wood studs.
Wood screws are provided for use underneath each bracket collar to secure the barres.
• Black end-caps are provided for optional use.
• Proudly made in the USA
• Exclusive 10-Year Limited Warranty
• Barres supports 100 lbs. per linear foot of static weight when properly installed.
• Allow at least 2’ per person or more depending on the activity.
• Ballet barres are typically mounted at 42” top of barre height, 42” and 32” for double barres.
• Barres for barre fitness are typically mounted between 36” and 40” top of barre height.
• Most people use the wood barres unfinished as they are and let them naturally patina. We do not recommend staining or varnishing the barres because this may cause a sticky buildup or may wear and need to be re-finished. For a wood preserver, we do recommend using a Danish oil or Linseed oil every few months. For cleaning, we recommend using 600 grit sandpaper and lightly sanding the affected areas.