• Perfect for commercial and home use for ballet/dance
• Floor mounted barres for ultimate stability - the solution when wall mounted barres are not an option such as in
front of existing mirrors or windows
• Systems consist of 2 components: BWFT Wood Barres and FS2 Single Fixed Height Ballet Floor Stanchions.
• 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.
• Floor Stanchions are made of heavy gauge steel and feature a light textured matte black or metallic silver powder coated finish.
Baseplate to top of barre height is 42” - the standard height for ballet.
• The number of stanchions required depends on the length of the barre. (See the systems components tab above.)
Our stock systems are configured for our recommended 4’ stanchion spacing.
When barres meet in a corner take 1’ off each barre dimension so that the barres do not touch in the corner.
• Stanchions may be placed anywhere along the barre length.
• Barres are joined together inside the stanchion collars for a continuous length look.
Wood screws are provided for use underneath each bracket collar to secure the barres. Hardware for mounting
into the floor is not provided as it will depend entirely on your floor type and what your installer feels will mount most securely.
Hardware may be purchased at a local hardware or home improvement store.
• Stanchion baseplate is 6” x 6” and has (4) 1/2" diameter holes, so you will need to use 3/8" diameter anchors.
• The distance from the rear edge of the floor stanchion to the front of the barre is approximately 4-1/2"
• Black barre 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 feet of barre space per person, or more depending on the activity.
• 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.