How To Build A Wine Rack

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How To Build A Wine Rack

Rely on Riddling Originally created for the use of making champagne in the early 1800s, riddling racks have found popularity with homeowners for their clever adaptation as wine storage. Forgo the big price tag and instead create one yourself with this tutorial from handywoman Cara Troell of Build It Craft It Love It. Wine and Twine Until today, we bet you’ve never seen “aluminum metal flashing” and “twine” in the same sentence when it comes to wine storage. This incredibly creative wine rack holds 16 bottles of your favorite vintage. Check out Blogger Beth Hunter of Home Stories A to Z for the full DIY tutorial. Transform a Wine Cart Transform an ordinary wine/bar cart with pallet wood or any other aged wood you have on hand. Blogger Kelly Rinzema of The Lily Pad Cottage repurposed rotting wood from a dock to create this thoroughly chic wine storage cart. Upcycled Milk Crate Hung from a wall, a crate that once held milk jugs gets a second life as a creative wine rack. Search for yours at flea markets or thrift stores like Jeff White of Oh! Glory Vintage did. Tipsy Wine Rack This whimsical wine rack floats bottles upside down, giving new meaning to the phrase, “Bottoms up!” Friends and family are sure to ask where you got this rustic wine rack. Tell them it’s available at Dot & Bo. DIY Copper Pipe Wine Storage Copper-toned furnishings are making a comeback, so why not add that accent to your wine rack? Swaddle your wine bottles with a do-it-yourself project that mixes copper pipe and faux leather. Click here for the full tutorial by Laurel Stavros of A Bubbly Life. Pallet Wine Racks Love pallets and wine? This set of two wine racks from Del Hutson Designs combines the two. Made of 100% reclaimed wood, each rack can hold eight wine bottles and up to nine stemmed wine glasses for the ultimate in pallet vino storage. Repurpose a Dresser If you don’t mind a little elbow grease, create your own wine buffet for the dining room from a bedroom dresser (or similar furniture piece). Look for furniture with good bones, then knock out drawers, add wine cubbies and a fresh coat of paint. Kim and Lori of That’s So Creative are the masterminds behind this repurposed wine buffet. Look Under the Stairs Give new life to the space beneath your stairs with a custom wine cabinet. This example from Vino Cellars & Accessories matches the home’s traditional decor. The major benefit of this space-saving storage solution? It’s temperature controlled to keep wines at peak enjoyment. Frame It Up This rustic wine rack is anything but expected. Made by Cold Creek Brewing, it screws into the stud beside a door frame for sturdy construction that stands up to slamming doors. Guests will be as entertained by the storage solution as they are after two glasses of wine. Oh, The Wine You’ll Store Prefer easy access to your wine while entertaining? This wine bar tutorial opens up a dresser with two big wooden racks perfect for perusing your vino collection. Blogger Meagan Brockway of The Charming Farmer shows you how it’s done. Space-Saving Wine Closet Humidity, light and temperature can have a big impact on the quality of your wine collection. Control the elements with the wine cellar of your dreams that also saves space underneath basement stairs. Cedar planks and granite floors will have you well on your way to aging your wine gracefully and stylishly. This custom install completed by Bridgewater Construction in Bloomington, Minn. Modern and Minimal Wine Rack Not a big fan of wine but keep a couple bottles around for company? This DIY wine rack will do the trick! Using common materials such as plywood, wooden dowels and leather rope, it’s a breeze to make with guidance from Caitlin of The Merrythought. Iron and Wine Don’t let this seemingly ordinary wine rack from Pottery Barn fool you. It’s where you mount it that makes all the difference. Try the side of an upper kitchen cabinet to create storage in a space that would normally go unused. The second best part? This Single Modular Wine Rack won’t break the bank. Perfect in the Pantry Ready-made wine holders from SimplyNeu fit inside pantry cabinetry for a sleek solution to wine storage. Order this custom wine rack to your specifications and install yourself for a sleek organization solution.

How To Build A Wine Rack

These free wine rack plans include everything you need to create a wine rack that is functional and stylish. Written building directions, photos, videos, diagrams, shopping lists, and cut lists will give you everything you need to make this a successful woodworking project.Building a wine rack is an easy project that can most of the time be completed in a day or two, depending on how large and detailed you'd like it to be. Even better news, is that these free wine rack plans will build you a great looking wine rack for much less than it would cost to go buy one.The free wine rack plans feature wine racks in all different styles so be sure to look through the whole list. There are vertical, horizontal, and even custom wine rack plans. Some will hold 6-bottles of wine where some of the modular plans can hold dozens. Just take a look and you'll find a wine rack plan for your style and your space.If you enjoyed this wine rack plans, be sure to see my other free woodworking plans for building a home bar, dining room table, farmhouse table, step stool, entertainment center, jewelry box, kitchen islands, bookcases, coffee tables, porch swings, desks, picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, dog houses, and sheds.

How To Build A Wine Rack

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Assemble the Wine Rack Assembling the Wine Rack. (c) 2006 Chris Baylor licensed to About.com, Inc. Now that the woodworking project is completed, we'll assemble the wine rack.Attach the front of the wine rack to the right side piece by sliding the dadoes onto each other, as shown in the picture above.Proceed by adding the back of the wine rack to the right side piece in a similar manner. Then, attach the left side panel to the front and back of the wine rack at the dadoes.Check all four connections to be certain that all four dadoes are properly seated. Continue to 8 of 8 below.

How To Build A Wine Rack

Add Wine! One Wine Rack. (c) 2006 Chris Baylor licensed to About.com, Inc. At this point, you're done with the first rack. You can add more racks to build a stacked set or simply add wine to your existing rack. When you have more wine, you can add more racks!Need ideas for some great wines to add to your wine rack? Our Wine guide can help you find wine for every occasion.

How To Build A Wine Rack

11 Wall-Mounted Wine Rack Plan by DIY Network Here's a wine rack plan for a modular style wine rack that is mounted to the wall in your home. You can customize it to make as many of the modular units as you need to store your wine collection.A materials and tools list, building directions, videos, and photos are all included in this free wine rack plan. More

How To Build A Wine Rack

3 Wine Rack Plan for Bottles and Glasses from DIY Network DIY Network Use this free wine rack plan to build a stylish shelf that holds your wine bottles as well as your wine glasses.Photos, diagrams, and instructions will walk you through assembling, attaching, and finishing this beautiful wine rack. More

How To Build A Wine Rack

At this point, you're done with the first rack. You can add more racks to build a stacked set or simply add wine to your existing rack. When you have more wine, you can add more racks!Need ideas for some great wines to add to your wine rack? Our Wine guide can help you find wine for every occasion.

How To Build A Wine Rack

4 Countertop Wine Rack Plan from Lowe’s Lowe’s This free wine rack plan is perfect for the beginner and anyone who's on a budget. You'll be able to finish this wine rack in just a few hours for less than $20.The free wine rack plan includes diagrams, a cutting list, and step-by-step directions. More

10 Vertical Wine Rack Plan from Home Hardware Home Hardware has designed a free wine rack plan that hangs vertically on your wall and is finished with a distressed wood finish. It makes for an elegant yet understated wine rack.Diagrams, a tools and materials list, as well as written instructions are included in this free wine rack plan. More

Now that the woodworking project is completed, we'll assemble the wine rack.Attach the front of the wine rack to the right side piece by sliding the dadoes onto each other, as shown in the picture above.Proceed by adding the back of the wine rack to the right side piece in a similar manner. Then, attach the left side panel to the front and back of the wine rack at the dadoes.Check all four connections to be certain that all four dadoes are properly seated.

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