If you plan to keep your wine for a long time, you should think about storing it in a cool, humidity-controlled environment. A wooden wine rack, on the other hand, will fit well if you only need wine storage for a short time. Making your own wine rack allows you to personalise the piece to suit your room and get more bang for your buck. Here are some excellent wine rack ideas that are pretty simple to build.
How to Make a Wine Rack Out of a Wooden Crate
Crates made of wood are very cheap and can be found at any nearby craft store. To store wine, simply place an X or a Y in the centre room. You may also paint, dye, or distress the wood to match your current decor.
Customize a Handmade Wine Rack with Labels
One thing to keep in mind with this wooden wine rack is that it isn't the safest. To ensure that it doesn't move, make sure it's anchored to the wall on both the top and bottom. If you succeed in doing so, this piece will serve as a useful piece of wall art.
Create This Contemporary Wine Raffle
This wooden wine rack is one of the most straightforward to create and would look fantastic on a kitchen counter. The wooden wine rack tends to be very new as is. However, by ageing the wood and painting the spikes bronze or black, you can make it look more rustic. Just make sure it's fully safe if you lean it against a wall.
Manila cord, a slab of wood, and a hot glue gun are used to build this nautical-inspired DIY wine rack. Make sure the rope you're using is stiff enough to maintain its shape and not droop over time. To harden the rope into place, you may use a clear finishing spray or adhesive.
Make a Wine Rack That Stores Wine Glasses
This wooden wine rack was made by a blogger based on a Crate & Barrel version. Since the bottles are stored upright, this version of the wall wine rack is much more stable. The fact that the initial guide includes step-by-step diagrams makes it even better.
Build a Wine Cabinet
This wooden wine rack isn't the easiest to put together, but it's perfect for woodworkers. The original designer included easy-to-follow printable plans. Just keep in mind that you can weigh twice and cut once.
With this wall wine keeper, you can defy gravity.
Make sure you have the angles right if you try to recreate this classic wine rack. Otherwise, the safety of your wine bottles can be jeopardised. Also, have four bottles of wine on hand because this piece looks so much better with wine in it than it does without.
Construct a Table top Wine Rack.
If you don't have much wall or floor space but do have an open area on top of a table, try this DIY wine rack. While you will need to purchase some additional equipment to complete this wine rack, it is simple enough for beginners to complete.
Make a Wine Rack Out of an Existing Piece of Furniture
Converting an existing piece of furniture into a wooden wine rack is one way to integrate a wine rack into your home. This Ikea chest of drawers has been transformed into a bar cart with additional wine storage on top. If you don't have this Ikea item, you can add wine cubbies to any dresser by removing the top drawer.
Barn wood can be repurposed in a variety of ways.
Reclaimed wood slabs are a common way to store a few bottles of wine in a stylish manner. Instead of using rope or stakes to carry the wine, this DIY wine rack uses newspaper hooks.
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