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Non-Adjustable Double Wall Mounted Ballet Barre

Starting at  $135.00

Our Non-Adjustable Double 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 Non-Adjustable Double 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

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. Custom lengths are available upon request.

  • Three chrome-plated mounting brackets are used to attach the Ballet Barre to the wall.
  • The bottom Barre extends 4", while top Barre extends 6" from the wall, spaced 10" apart. Our Barres have options!
  • Available in 3 types of wood and 2 diameters. 

Perfect for Home

Dancers will delight in having home access to a studio quality barre. 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. Custom lengths are available upon request.

  • Three chrome-plated mounting brackets are used to attach the Ballet Barre to the wall.
  • The bottom Barre extends 4", while top Barre extends 6" from the wall, spaced 10" apart. Our Barres have options!
  • Available in 3 types of wood and 2 diameters. 
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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