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Rustic wine rack


Rarendasky
Rarendasky
Rarendasky
Rarendasky

I made this rustic wine rack from 100% reclaimed, recycled pallet wood. This shelf was assembled, painted, sanded, and stained by hand using exclusively ryobi one tools. It is equipped with a wine glass rack on the bottom that can hold 4 hanging glasses of wine which was embarrassingly hard to figure out! This piece would be perfect in a kitchen or dining room to display your favorite glasses and bottles of wine. It would be particularly perfect for a tall narrow space.
This rack has two separate bottle shelves and two display shelves. The wine bottle shelves can hold up to 6 regularly sized bottles of wine each (12 bottles total!!) and the display shelves are 6" tall each.
It took me a while to figure out how to make the wine glass rack on the bottom. Eventually I used a 1/2" drill bit and drilled holes where I wanted the slots to end then used my miter saw to cut slits in the wood that ended in the holes. It seems simple now, but it took a couple failed attempts!
I really wanted a rustic look, so I dry brushed the paint, sanded it, then stained over the paint.
The only problem I have with me new wine rack is keeping it stocked! Who's up for a trip to the store?

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  • We sure do love pallet projects! Really liking the combo of display shelves, bottle shelves, and the wine rack underneath. Nicely done!
    By RYOBI Nation, on August 29, 2017

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Rustic wine rack

by Rarendasky
Aug 28, 2017
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I made this rustic wine rack from 100% reclaimed, recycled pallet wood. This shelf was assembled, painted, sanded, and stained by hand using exclusively ryobi one tools. It is equipped with a wine glass rack on the bottom that can hold 4 hanging glasses of wine which was embarrassingly hard to figure out! This piece would be perfect in a kitchen or dining room to display your favorite glasses and bottles of wine. It would be particularly perfect for a tall narrow space. This rack has two separate bottle shelves and two display shelves. The wine bottle shelves can hold up to 6 regularly sized bottles of wine each (12 bottles total!!) and the display shelves are 6" tall each. It took me a while to figure out how to make the wine glass rack on the bottom. Eventually I used a 1/2" drill bit and drilled holes where I wanted the slots to end then used my miter saw to cut slits in the wood that ended in the holes. It seems simple now, but it took a couple failed attempts! I really wanted a rustic look, so I dry brushed the paint, sanded it, then stained over the paint. The only problem I have with me new wine rack is keeping it stocked! Who's up for a trip to the store?