A DIY Pallet Wine Rack With LED Lights + a Free Plan

3 Materials
$40
4 Hours
Easy
2 Years ago I have created my last wine rack with pallet wood, I have decided to refresh the design and this time bring some more color on board (Using LED lights)

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First of all you will for sure need a pallet and if possible try using one as clean as possible
Then make sure to clean up the wood as much as possible before addind any paint
When done with the sanding, I've decided to try the bottle one in order to know where to add the holes to insert them
Then when the holes were all created, it was time for me to do some painting. Note the I've decided to use white as main color in order to match with the walls in the house...
Done with the painting!!! So now time to add the front doors cover and the back side
Note the on the back side I've also created 2 deep lines which will allow me to insert the LED lights IN
To hold the glasses, I've decided to create 4 wooden handle with some scrap woodI had in my shop
And here is what they look like after fixing them to the back of the rack
And for the final stage I just needed to add some flinges and pipes to fix them to the wall
Et voila!!! The final look with the LED lights ON...
As usual, It always a pleasure for me to share with you my small DIY projects at home and feel free to comment below if you have any questions.

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