Rustic DIY Wine Rack by Matthew Richter



Wine is also called the Bacchus liquor and is one of the alcoholic drinks appreciated by most of the people. I do not know if you can imagine a romantic dinner without a glass of a sweet wine, a delicious steak of pork without a good company of a glass of red wine and the list may go on.

I am not a good connoisseur of different types of wine but recently I have read an article about the most expensive types of wine in the world which have prices of thousands of dollars or euros. Here are some famous names that most of us definitely have heard about them: Chateau Mouton- Rothschild, Bordeaux, and Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon.

If you want to impress your guests with your collection of bottles of wine here it is a solution.Matthew Richter, a founder of XOM, the one-man atelier of fine furniture presents you a DIY wine rack made of live-edge maple scrap that can accommodate up to 16 wine bottles of your collection. This wine rack is 8’-10’tall and has a rustic design which can create a wonderful traditional ambient where everybody should feel nice and comfortable. You can be sure that everybody will appreciate your refined tastes and the ingenious idea related to the storage of these wine bottles.


Published by in DIY, on July 21st, 2011

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