Bar Foot Rail Kits

Foot rails at the bar are the tonic water in a G&T, the salt in peanuts.

Encourage your guests to rest their feet and linger with one of our extensive and exclusive selection of bar foot rails. Lyfe Hardware offers a fine selection of bar rail finishes and premium metal hardware that will bring a dull bar or kitchen to life.

 Elevate your bar by choosing from our luxurious & ready to install range.

Plan your Bar Railing

Bar foot rails are the unsung heroes of the bar,  they have an an aesthetic responsibility in your bar. The bar rail brackets you choose can add style to your commercial or home bar, and they come in a variety of mounting types. Your choices will be decided by the kind of look you want, the function you need it to perform, and the type of installation you’re looking for. 

Types of bracket

1) Combination Brackets

Combination rails tend to be the choice of many bar owners. They come with sturdy and worry-free face and floor mounts you can rely on to carry the weight of the most overflowing full house. Installation is easy – you don’t need access to the back of the bar. The tubing will be mounted at a height of around six inches from the floor and sit around the same distance from the face of the bar. Where the rails turn corners, the tubings are connected by elbow joints. 

2) Bar Mount Brackets 

Bar mount brackets offer the cleanest look as they fix directly on the face of your bar with a bolt in the back and face screws in the front. No hardware touches the floor and it’s easy to get under the brackets to clean. You can also choose a custom height for the position of the rails as there are no floor mounts involved. Most other rail types will force you to a height of 6 inches. 

But note that since the bar mount brackets use a bolt in the back for weight-bearing, so you’ll need to leave the back of your bar clear for installation. 

3) Floor Mount Brackets 

Sturdier than the combination bracket and the bar mount bracket is the floor mount bracket. As expected, it’s mounted to the floor and makes it practically impossible for any circumstance to cause any damage from mounting the brackets on the bar face. Typically, the bar rail will sit around 5 1/2 to 6 inches off the floor. 

4) Center Post Brackets

Center post brackets have low profiles, sitting around 3 1/2 inches from the floor. They are versatile pieces of bar railing hardware you can use as a bar kick rail or hand rails for the counter. They’re ideal for bars with lower counters and lower bar stools. You have the option of fixing these rails to the walls as handrails as well. The bar brackets are post style and when fixed to the floor, they can add a clean, edgy look to your barroom or home bar. 

90-degree Brackets 

As the name suggests, 90-degree brackets attach to both the floor and the bar face (or a wall) for additional stability. What makes them different from combination brackets is the 90-degree angle between the mount arms. They ensure a strong and secure mounting to the floor and the wall. These brackets are easy to install, with 1 1/2 inch screws. They sit up to six inches above the floor. 

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Types of bracket

1) Combination Brackets

Combination rails tend to be the choice of many bar owners. They come with sturdy and worry-free face and floor mounts you can rely on to carry the weight of the most overflowing full house. Installation is easy – you don’t need access to the back of the bar. The tubing will be mounted at a height of around six inches from the floor and sit around the same distance from the face of the bar. Where the rails turn corners, the tubings are connected by elbow joints. 

2) Bar Mount Brackets 

Bar mount brackets offer the cleanest look as they fix directly on the face of your bar with a bolt in the back and face screws in the front. No hardware touches the floor and it’s easy to get under the brackets to clean. You can also choose a custom height for the position of the rails as there are no floor mounts involved. Most other rail types will force you to a height of 6 inches. 

But note that since the bar mount brackets use a bolt in the back for weight-bearing, so you’ll need to leave the back of your bar clear for installation. 

3) Floor Mount Brackets 

Sturdier than the combination bracket and the bar mount bracket is the floor mount bracket. As expected, it’s mounted to the floor and makes it practically impossible for any circumstance to cause any damage from mounting the brackets on the bar face. Typically, the bar rail will sit around 5 1/2 to 6 inches off the floor. 

4) Center Post Brackets

Center post brackets have low profiles, sitting around 3 1/2 inches from the floor. They are versatile pieces of bar railing hardware you can use as a bar kick rail or hand rails for the counter. They’re ideal for bars with lower counters and lower bar stools. You have the option of fixing these rails to the walls as handrails as well. The bar brackets are post style and when fixed to the floor, they can add a clean, edgy look to your barroom or home bar. 

90-degree Brackets 

As the name suggests, 90-degree brackets attach to both the floor and the bar face (or a wall) for additional stability. What makes them different from combination brackets is the 90-degree angle between the mount arms. They ensure a strong and secure mounting to the floor and the wall. These brackets are easy to install, with 1 1/2 inch screws. They sit up to six inches above the floor. 

Bar Rail Finish Guide

  • A variety of finishes intersect with a variety of installation styles to make shopping for bar foot rails an enjoyable process. Our plethora of premium and exclusive finishes have you covered, whatever your preferences.

    Antique brass

    Antique brass tubing and hardware is aged to bring a rich, deep warmth into your bar reminiscent of classical styles. Low-lustre antique brass will not patina or tarnish.

    Antique bronze

    The dark chocolate finish of antique bronze bar foot rails will suggest the glamour of classic ages long since past.

    Antique copper

    The refined warm reddish-brown tone of antique copper bar foot rail tubing and hardware will bring charm and elegance into your bar or kitchen.

    Brass

    Invite a mid-century Modern aesthetic into your bar with lustrous brass tubings and components. Brass was popular in the forties and sixties, and added warmth to the futuristic designs of the time.

    Matte Black

    Matte black bar foot rails will bring a cool edge to your space while also being highly weather resistant. This makes matte black bar rails good for outdoor use.

    Oil Rubbed Bronze
    Oil-rubbed bronze is matte and ranges from dark brown to near-black in its appearance. Oil rubbed bronze bar foot rail will bring a classic aesthetic to your space and subtly lend to the ambience.

    Polished Stainless

    Polished stainless steel bar foot rails provide a balance of style and strength. The durability of stainless steel tubing is unmatched and the bright polished surface will catch the eye.

    Satin Stainless Steel

    If you prefer a luxurious matte silver look, the satin stainless steel bar foot rails are for you. Enjoy all the advantages of the strength of steel with the enhanced aesthetics of an almost translucent surface.

Custom Bends and Radius Work

Standard 4, 6, 8 feet kits not working for you? Your bar may have a special layout that doesn’t fit the mould, but we have you covered. We will custom design a kit for you that will bring a balance of functionality and style. We are happy to offer custom lengths, custom rolls, ultra-turnaround times and exclusive finishings that you may not find anywhere else.

We’re sure you’ve got a lot of questions about how we can help you complete your bar. Check out our FAQs for some quick answers or contact us through email ([email protected]), or phone (+18185144720) for more information. You can also drop by at our Gould St premises and we’ll be happy to help.

Hand Rail Systems

With over 20 years of experience in this industry, we offer an exclusive variety that caters to wide range of clients, large and small.

Bar Rail FAQs

You’ve got questions about bar rail and we’ve got answers. Our team of bar rail experts have put together a list of some of the questions they get the most from people starting a new project.

Contact Commercial Sales

Lyfe prides itself on offering the best in customer service for commercial accounts of all sizes. So, tell us a little bit about what you are interested in, and we will contact you with the appropriate information as quickly as possible.

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Lyfe Hardware: +18185144720

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30 N Gould St Ste R Sheridan, WY 82801

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