14 Easy DIY Wine Rack Plans
Having a sophisticated wine rack at the dining area or kitchen gives your interiors a more organized look. While you may prefer mounting the rack on the wall, some wine enthusiasts love floor-standing shelves for keeping a larger stock of wines. If you do not like the idea of hopping from one store to another for buying a wine rack then build a contemporary one at home for a lesser cost. The following homemade wine rack plans will come in handy to create an outstanding and functional wine holder, making your DIY project a huge success.
Drill few holes into a single piece of wooden plank to create this simple wine rack. Few coats of paint or stain will give it a refreshing look.
Transform some old wooden pallets into an attractive wine rack for displaying your vintage collection of wines.
Ideal for keeping large-sized bottles, this wall-mounted wine rack can fit comfortably either in your living room or kitchen.
The small pieces of aluminum pipes inserted into the wooden rack hold your wine bottles in place. Besides, this elegant piece of furniture occupies less wall space.
Why rush to the kitchen for grabbing a wine glass when you have this rustic wine rack with glass holders. Whitewashing the wood décor will make it go against darker walls by producing a contrasting effect.
Perfect for storing a large variety of wines, this gigantic wine holder functions as a personalized bar that gives you the liberty to access your favorite drink in the comfort of your home.
Another interesting wine storage idea using PVC pipes that adds a modern accent to your décor. It is flexible enough to fit easily into a cabinet or shelf.
This pigeon hole-styled wine rack has a high storage capacity for holding and showcasing a dizzying array of wine bottles.
One of the advantages of building a rectangular wine holder with large bottle holes is that you can fix it on the wall either vertically or horizontally. If there is an empty space below the kitchen countertop, you can use it as a free-standing rack.
The versatility of this rugged-looking wine rack gives you a host of storage options. How about syncing it with the background by applying a bright paint?
Make the best use of an empty cabinet in your kitchen by building a lattice rack with a diamond pattern. Apart from adding a classy touch to your cooking area, it facilitates convenient storage of wine bottles.
Although this looks like a store-bought wine rack, your friends will be awestruck when they come to know that it is built by you using recycled barn wood and pallets.
This is the perfect space-saving pallet furniture to keep all your winery items.
You don’t need complicated tools to create these stylish wine racks that boast of simple designs and sufficient storage space. So it is time to put your basic carpentry skills to the best use by constructing an extraordinary wine holder with all the reclaimed wooden stuff lying in your basement for ages.
Published on July 2nd 2015 by Michelle Anderson