Adjustable Single Wall Mounted Ballet Barres

Starting at  $175.00

Our Adjustable Single Wall Mounted Barre is one of the strongest wall mounted Ballet Barres on the market today. Our unique design includes a flat plate for added strength and offers an angle that is sturdy and comfortable for users.

Our Adjustable Single Wall Mounted Barre is one of the strongest wall mounted Ballet Barres on the market today. Our unique design includes a flat plate for added strength and offers an angle that is sturdy and comfortable for users.

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Built for Clubs

Our Barres have options! Wall-mounted Ballet Barres are constructed of hand-sanded poplar, maple or oak and are finished with linseed oil which helps protect the wood and prevents moisture absorption. The Barres attach to the wall with chrome, powder-coat finish mounting brackets. We recommend setting rail at a standard 42'' off floor for adult use. This Barre uses the same brackets and rails as the Single Wall-Mounted Ballet Barre, but features an adjusting channel range of 15 1/2 inches.

  • Available in 3 types of wood and 2 diameters.
  • Adjustable height
  • Custom lengths are available upon request.

Perfect for Home

A dancer doesn't stop being a dancer when they leave the studio. Wall mouned Ballet Bars are a great option for fueling your child's passion while providing strength and flexibility training options at home. The durable design includes a flat plate for added strength and an angle that is sturdy and comfortable for users of all sizes. Wall-mounted Ballet Barres are constructed of hand-sanded poplar, maple or oak and are finished with linseed oil which helps protect the wood and prevents moisture absorption. The Barres attach to the wall with chrome, powder-coat finish mounting brackets.

How do I know which diameter Barre to choose?

The 1-3/4'' Barre is preferred by adults who find the larger bar more comfortable for legs and hands. However, many prefer the 1-1/2'' diameter for the more economical price.

What is the difference between the three types of wood options?

Poplar (good) is a shade darker than maple but has longer wood grain. The color can have a greenish hue and it is a hardwood, but not as hard as Oak. Oak (better) is a darker, more porous grain and it is not as hard as Maple. Maple (best) is a lighter colored wood and has a less porous grain. It is more resistant to scratches and denting and flexing.

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