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Pallet Wine Rack

Cut pallet to size, remove a few extra slats on for the top shelf, another for the wine glass holder, and another (not shown here) cut to size, to create a bottom. For the bottles to sit. Sand everything smooth.
Put it all together. Stain or paint it!
Attach to studs in the wall with heavy duty hooks on the back. Voila! Cheers 🍷
  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Dec 8, 2014

    WOW! This is stunning! Cheers :)

  • Tjc65
    Tjc65 Cloverdale, IN
    on Jun 19, 2015

    How far apart do you make the cuts for the wine glass holder?

    • Lian Wright
      Lian Wright Canada
      on Jun 22, 2015

      Tjc65 I honestly couldn't tell you lol .... I positioned the glasses on the plank side by side but so as not to touch one another...traced the circles then using a hole saw bored the holes then used jigsaw to make the "channel" ... :)

  • Nuckster70
    Nuckster70 Canada
    on Jul 23, 2015

    very nice, but the Copper moon bottles have to go!

    • Lian Wright
      Lian Wright Canada
      on Sep 6, 2015

      Lol what do you have against copper moon.... 🍷😁

  • Schalow.derek
    on Aug 11, 2015


  • Native treasure's
    Native treasure's Winsted, MN
    on Sep 6, 2015

    Ive always thought the bottles were suppose to be upside down to keep the corks moist ??

    • Lian Wright
      Lian Wright Canada
      on Sep 6, 2015

      These bottles are twist off....plus I believe having to keep corks moist is a myth...they don't need to be....wine comes in cases, and bottles are always upright...I think they're just easier to store on their sides.....

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