Wine Rack Plans

Wine Rack Plans

These free wine rack plans include everything you need to create a wine rack that is functional and stylish. Written building directions, photos, videos, diagrams, shopping lists, and cut lists will give you everything you need to make this a successful woodworking project.Building a wine rack is an easy project that can most of the time be completed in a day or two, depending on how large and detailed you'd like it to be. Even better news, is that these free wine rack plans will build you a great looking wine rack for much less than it would cost to go buy one.The free wine rack plans feature wine racks in all different styles so be sure to look through the whole list. There are vertical, horizontal, and even custom wine rack plans. Some will hold 6-bottles of wine where some of the modular plans can hold dozens. Just take a look and you'll find a wine rack plan for your style and your space.If you enjoyed this wine rack plans, be sure to see my other free woodworking plans for building a home bar, dining room table, farmhouse table, step stool, entertainment center, jewelry box, kitchen islands, bookcases, coffee tables, porch swings, desks, picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, dog houses, and sheds.
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Wine Rack Plans

The free wine rack plans feature wine racks in all different styles so be sure to look through the whole list. There are vertical, horizontal, and even custom wine rack plans. Some will hold 6-bottles of wine where some of the modular plans can hold dozens. Just take a look and you'll find a wine rack plan for your style and your space.
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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.
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11 Wall-Mounted Wine Rack Plan by DIY Network Here's a wine rack plan for a modular style wine rack that is mounted to the wall in your home. You can customize it to make as many of the modular units as you need to store your wine collection.A materials and tools list, building directions, videos, and photos are all included in this free wine rack plan. More
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4 Countertop Wine Rack Plan from Lowe’s Lowe’s This free wine rack plan is perfect for the beginner and anyone who's on a budget. You'll be able to finish this wine rack in just a few hours for less than $20.The free wine rack plan includes diagrams, a cutting list, and step-by-step directions. More
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10 Vertical Wine Rack Plan from Home Hardware Home Hardware has designed a free wine rack plan that hangs vertically on your wall and is finished with a distressed wood finish. It makes for an elegant yet understated wine rack.Diagrams, a tools and materials list, as well as written instructions are included in this free wine rack plan. More
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Figuring out how to store wine in our house was a tricky ordeal. We wanted to make our bottles accessible but we also wanted to protect them. We’re not lucky enough to have a dedicated wine cellar or fridge, so I made it my mission to put together a good DIY wine rack in our kitchen. Who knew that the DIY wine rack projects and tutorials were so abundant? We had a hard time narrowing down which we’d make, but in the end, pulled together a combination of wood and rope to make a pretty slick wine rack for our kitchen. 
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3 Wine Rack Plan for Bottles and Glasses from DIY Network DIY Network Use this free wine rack plan to build a stylish shelf that holds your wine bottles as well as your wine glasses.Photos, diagrams, and instructions will walk you through assembling, attaching, and finishing this beautiful wine rack. More
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Instructions No room for a wine cellar? Just store and showcase your favorite vintages on this compact rack — and impress friends with your handiwork. Create Shelves with Pins Step 1 From a 1 x 8, cut the back (A) 36 inches long. From a 1 x 4, cut the shelves (B) and top Shelf (C) to length (Wine Rack Project Diagram, Drawing 1). Also, cut two 4-inch-long shelf spacers from the 1 x 4 board. Step 2 From the 1 x 4 board, cut one piece 7-1/2 inches long. From the 1/2 x 2 board, cut one piece 8 inches long and one 3-1/2 inches long. Drill 1/4-inch holes in the 1 x 4 board where shown (Drawing 2) — a drill press will help with this. Then glue and nail the drilling jig together. Step 3 Press the 1/2-inch-thick boards of the drilling jig against the front edge and right end of a shelf board (B) and drill 1/4-inch holes 1/2 inch deep in the shelf board for the retaining pins. Repeat for each shelf board and sand the shelves, top shelf, and back with 220-grit sandpaper. Good to KnowTo drill holes of uniform depth, attach a tape flag to the drill bit 1-1/4 inch from the tip. Step 4 Measure and mark the pilot hole locations on the back (A) and drill 1/8-inch pilot holes countersunk on the back face. Glue and clamp the bottom shelf (B) in position. After the glue dries for 15 minutes, extend the pilot holes into the shelf and drive #8 x 1-1/2-in wood screws to reinforce the shelf. Step 5 Using the two 4-inch spacers, glue and clamp the next shelf to the back. After the glue dries for 15 minutes, extend the pilot holes and glue the back to the shelf. Repeat for the remaining three wine shelves and the top shelf (C). Step 6 Apply three coats of gel stain according to the manufacturer’s instructions and let the final coat dry overnight. Then apply at least two coats of clear finish, taking care to keep the finish from clogging the retaining pin holes. Step 7 With a hacksaw, cut ten 1-inch-long pieces of 1/4-inch aluminum rod for the retaining pins. Then grip 3/8-inch of a pin in a drill chuck. With the drill flat on a work surface, spin the end of the pin against a file to remove the saw marks. Buff the sides and end of the pin with an abrasive pad. Repeat for the remaining pins. Step 8 Insert the rough ends of two pins into a wine shelf (B) and repeat for the remaining shelves. Step 9 Screw one piece of the Hangman picture-hanging bracket centered on the back face of the back (A) 3 inches from the top. Screw the other half of the bracket to a wall, driving the mounting screws into a stud or a wall anchor as needed. Then add two rubber bumper pads to the lower back and hang the rack on the wall.
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Here's a wine rack plan for a modular style wine rack that is mounted to the wall in your home. You can customize it to make as many of the modular units as you need to store your wine collection.A materials and tools list, building directions, videos, and photos are all included in this free wine rack plan. More
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Building a wine rack is an easy project that can most of the time be completed in a day or two, depending on how large and detailed you'd like it to be. Even better news, is that these free wine rack plans will build you a great looking wine rack for much less than it would cost to go buy one.
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Step 1 Take Measurements Measure the height and width of the wine rack location. Step 2 Build Face Frame Using a table saw, cut poplar to a 1-1/2″ thick. Cut pieces according to measurements. Use a pocket jig to secure face frame pieces together. Step 3 Build the Body Cut four pieces of plywood, following the measurements of the face frame and reducing the overall size of the body by 1/8 inch. Using wood glue and a clamp, secure pieces together; screw in place. Using a pocket jig, attach the face frame to the body. Step 4 Construct Shelves Using the base of a wine bottle and working from the center out, mark openings on a piece of 1×4 poplar. Using a hole saw with a bit slightly larger than the base of a wine bottle, drill out holes. Repeat once. Follow the same procedure, using the neck of a wine bottle to mark a 1×4 poplar board. Drill holes using a smaller bit. Repeat once. Cut the poplar boards in half using the table saw. Rout the edges of shelf openings with a 1/2-inch roundover bit. Step 5 Assemble Pieces To attach the shelves, drive wood screws through the sides of the unit and into the shelves. Make sure the shelves are evenly spaced and the back of the shelf is slightly higher than the front of the shelf. Nail a piece of thin plywood onto the back of the unit. Paint or stain the unit. Use wood screws to mount the wine rack to the studs in the wall.