Easy Project This Simple To Build Wine Rack Will Store Up To Eight One Litre Bottles Of Wine It Has A Handy Shelf That You Can Use To Store A Cork Remover Wine Guide White Gloves And The Like And A Removable Top That Does Double Duty As A Serving Tray
Easy project this simple to build wine rack will store up to eight one litre bottles of wine it has a handy shelf that you can use to store a cork remover wine guide white gloves and the like and a removable top that does double duty as a serving tray is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by elmer with ID 13059779980 was uploaded on 31-01-2019 and has been viewed 235,050 times.
Wine Rack with Serving Tray Illustration by James Provost SUPPLY CHECKLIST5 BF oak1 BF walnut16" of 1/8" x 1/2" spline (ply or solid wood)Four - 70mm (2 3/4") connector bolts and cross-dowelsFour 1/2" furniture glidesA bit too small for your collection of Mouton Rothschild 1945? No problem - you can easily extend the storage capacity by making the sides taller and adding more rails.
However if you do build a taller rack secure it to the wall to prevent it from tipping over.To simplify joinery I used dowels, splines and knock-down hardware.Connector bolts hold the side assemblies to the rails for easy disassembly.
If you don't have access to a doweling jig for this project you can use biscuit joinery, mortise and tenon joinery, or countersunk screws.To keep the design as clean and uncluttered as possible, and to reduce material costs, I chose quarter-sawn red oak.
In place of oak you can use any hardwood that compliments the decor in whichever room you put your wine rack.Legs and Stretchers Bear the LoadTo avoid glue lines and achieve a slim, straight look, begin with 8/4 (2" thick) quarter sawn-stock.
If you can't get 8/4 stock, glue together three pieces of 3/4"...