Double Floor Mounted Ballet Barre

Starting at  $290.00

With the ability to be mounted in front of windows, mirrors or other fixtures, the Double Floor Mounted Ballet Barre allows for options!

With the ability to be mounted in front of windows, mirrors or other fixtures, the Double Floor Mounted Ballet Barre allows for options!

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Built for Clubs

Our Barres have options! Available in 3 types of wood and 2 diameters and in 4ft, 6ft and 8ft lengths. The top Barre is set at 42" and the lower Barre is at 32" from the floor.  The top Barre protudes out another 4in from the bottom barre. Screw the Ballet Barre directly to the floor, or attach with anchors in concrete and then screw to the floor. Standard unit comes with two uprights and rails options including poplar, oak or maple and are finished with linseed oil which helps protect the wood and prevents moisture absorption. The frame includes a gray powder-coat for durable finish. Hardware is included.

Perfect for Home

When choosing a home ballet barre one of the first factors to consider is where it will be used in your home. This floor mounted ballet barre is an ideal option for spaces where windows or wall obstructions will not allow for a wall mounted barre. 

Our Barres have options! Available in 3 types of wood and 2 diameters and in 4ft, 6ft and 8ft lengths. The top Barre is set at 42" and the lower Barre is at 32" from the floor.  The top Barre protudes out another 4in from the bottom barre. Screw the Ballet Barre directly to the floor, or attach with anchors in concrete and then screw to the floor. Standard unit comes with two uprights and rails options including poplar, oak or maple and are finished with linseed oil which helps protect the wood and prevents moisture absorption. The frame includes a gray powder-coat for durable finish. Hardware is included.

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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