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DIY Wine Bar



I designed this DIY wine bar so that the base can be made entirely out of 2x4s. I made a concrete countertop for it but it could also be made with wood countertops consisting of 2x4s. The wine rack system is quite versatile and could easily be adapted to create wine storage for a entire wall or cellar.

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  1. Project Steps

    1. Step: 1

      Cut the 2x4s

    2. Step: 2

      Glue the side panels together

    3. Step: 3

      Cut recesses in the side panels

    4. Step: 4

      Glue on more 2x4s

    5. Step: 5

      Drill the racks

    6. Step: 6

      sand the racks

    7. Step: 7

      assemble

    8. Step: 8

      Cut the 2x4s

    9. Step: 9

      Make a template for the countertop

    10. Step: 10

      Glue the side panels together

    11. Step: 11

      Making the mold

    12. Step: 12

      Cut recesses in the side panels

    13. Step: 13

      Making the plywood core

    14. Step: 14

      Glue on more 2x4s

    15. Step: 15

      mix and pour the concrete

    16. Step: 16

      Stain the base

    17. Step: 17

      Drill the racks

    18. Step: 18

      Remove the slab from the mold.

    19. Step: 19

      sand the racks

    20. Step: 20

      assemble

    21. Step: 21

      Make a template for the countertop

    22. Step: 22

      Making the mold

    23. Step: 23

      Making the plywood core

    24. Step: 24

      mix and pour the concrete

    25. Step: 25

      Stain the base

    26. Step: 26

      Remove the slab from the mold.

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DIY Wine Bar

by Homemade Modern
Apr 21, 2017

I designed this DIY wine bar so that the base can be made entirely out of 2x4s. I made a concrete countertop for it but it could also be made with wood countertops consisting of 2x4s. The wine rack system is quite versatile and could easily be adapted to create wine storage for a entire wall or cellar.

Project Steps

  1. Step: 1

    Cut the 2x4s

  2. Step: 2

    Glue the side panels together

  3. Step: 3

    Cut recesses in the side panels

  4. Step: 4

    Glue on more 2x4s

  5. Step: 5

    Drill the racks

  6. Step: 6

    sand the racks

  7. Step: 7

    assemble

  8. Step: 8

    Cut the 2x4s

  9. Step: 9

    Make a template for the countertop

  10. Step: 10

    Glue the side panels together

  11. Step: 11

    Making the mold

  12. Step: 12

    Cut recesses in the side panels

  13. Step: 13

    Making the plywood core

  14. Step: 14

    Glue on more 2x4s

  15. Step: 15

    mix and pour the concrete

  16. Step: 16

    Stain the base

  17. Step: 17

    Drill the racks

  18. Step: 18

    Remove the slab from the mold.

  19. Step: 19

    sand the racks

  20. Step: 20

    assemble

  21. Step: 21

    Make a template for the countertop

  22. Step: 22

    Making the mold

  23. Step: 23

    Making the plywood core

  24. Step: 24

    mix and pour the concrete

  25. Step: 25

    Stain the base

  26. Step: 26

    Remove the slab from the mold.