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Wine Racks


Kavanaugh29
Kavanaugh29
Kavanaugh29
Kavanaugh29

My boyfriend and I recently started visiting wineries in our area. We needed something to do with all of the wine we bought, so we decided to build our own wine racks.

The first one we built, we decide to paint and add a stencil. The next two are finished with an old cherry wood stain to complete the vintage look.

After a solid month of working here and there, a little at a time, we finally completed our first wine bottle holder. It wasn’t as big as we would have liked (only capable of holding four bottles and glasses) but it worked, especially to use it as a template. Aside from a few flubbed attempts at drilling out the holders for the wine glasses, we also learned our lesson that a darker stain did not suit the wine rack. Finally, onto our newest and best creation yet: a cherry wine bottle and wine glass rack, capable of holding eight bottles and equal glasses. We are both pretty new to building projects like this, so we made mistakes, the wine racks have errors and we started over many times. But we are learning to do them all together, and that has been the best part.

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  • Would like to make but don't see measurements or instructions.
    By Nursepatty, on September 5, 2015

  • I would like to see this pic of the wine rack with the stain finish. Did you add a stencil to the stain finish?
    By hojo04, on July 19, 2016

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Wine Racks

by Kavanaugh29
Aug 25, 2015

My boyfriend and I recently started visiting wineries in our area. We needed something to do with all of the wine we bought, so we decided to build our own wine racks. The first one we built, we decide to paint and add a stencil. The next two are finished with an old cherry wood stain to complete the vintage look. After a solid month of working here and there, a little at a time, we finally completed our first wine bottle holder. It wasn’t as big as we would have liked (only capable of holding four bottles and glasses) but it worked, especially to use it as a template. Aside from a few flubbed attempts at drilling out the holders for the wine glasses, we also learned our lesson that a darker stain did not suit the wine rack. Finally, onto our newest and best creation yet: a cherry wine bottle and wine glass rack, capable of holding eight bottles and equal glasses. We are both pretty new to building projects like this, so we made mistakes, the wine racks have errors and we started over many times. But we are learning to do them all together, and that has been the best part.