How to make your own wine rack

If you respect your way of living, you must have a mini collection of wine in your home. Not to drink every day and not especially to serve your visitors, just to let it get old and good. And, for the wine bottles you also need a nice stand that fits with your home’s décor. Usually, these racks are very hard to find. And if you find one, it won’t fit there most of the bottles because is created like a pattern and not all the bottles look alike. This is a problem that most of the wine collectors have. But, why don`t you make your own hand-made wine rank? It is very simple. We will explain you how to do it, step by step.

Using a natural piece of wood, cedar for example, that is not so expensive and it looks good also, a drill press, sandpaper, a tape measure and a pencil, your work will be ready in no time. First, you cut the plank at the form that you want, counting the weight that the wood can take. After that mark the holes that you want to drill. You should drill at a 30 degree angle and leave a space about 4 inches between the holes. After you drill the holes, use the sand paper to smooth the edges. Use pant to make it look better and after that, the only thing you have to do is to hang it on the wall.

Your wine bottles will look amazing hanged there. And, the best part is that you can show your collection to all of your friends. Because she’s always there, on your wall.{found on camillestyles}

Published by in DIY Projects, on September 9th, 2012


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