A lot of people have appreciated drinking wine for many years now. To this day, the affection for wine has grown to the degree that individuals directly acquire and stock their favourite vintages. Suppose you are amongst those who like to collect valuable wine in a wine vault. It is a good idea for you as these assortments can become more affluent in value as well as taste over time.
A wine rack is undoubtedly an excellent choice for any wine lover to obtain a professional wine depository in the comfort of home. Typically, these racks are wall-mounted, but they can also be stacked based on the number of bottles and your appetites. So you have to select the frame accordingly.
Here are the requirements and steps you need to build a wine holder by yourself.
Tools For DIY Wine Rack
- power miter saw
- drill bits
- nail gun
- tape measure
- 1/2” round-over bit for the router
- electric drill
- pocket jig
- hole saw
- miter saw
- table saw
- 1×4 poplar
- 1-1/2” wood screws
- 3/4” plywood
- Take Measurements
Take the dimension (width and height) of the area where you wish to place the wine rack
- Build Face Frame
Use a table saw to cut poplar to a 1 – 1/2” depth, and then chop the poplar to pieces depending on the measurements. Make use of a pocket jig to secure the face frame pieces together
- Construct the Body
Cut four chunks of plywood, using the measurements of the face frame and reduce the total size of the body by 1/ inch. Make use of wood glue and a clamp to hold pieces while screwing them together. Utilizing a pocket jig, and bind the face frame to the body
- Construct Shelves
Make use of the base of a wine bottle to mark holes on a chunk of 1×4 poplar from the center out. Drill out gaps utilizing a hole saw, which is slightly larger than the base of the wine bottle.
Follow the same step, using the neck of a wine bottle to mark a 1×4 poplar board. Drill holes utilizing a smaller bit
Chop the poplar boards in half make use of the table saw. Beat the edges of shelf openings with a 1/2-inch round-over bit.
- Assemble Pieces
To fasten the DIY wine rack, drive wood screws via the sides of the unit and into the shelves. Ensure the shelves are evenly positioned, and the back of the stand is narrowly higher than the front of the frame. Nail a piece of tiny plywood onto the end of the unit. Paint or tint the unit. Use plank screws to clamp the wine rack to the studs in the wall.
Advantages of Wine Racks
Wine shelves save space and can be clamped onto a kitchen wall or being piled on top of each other. A repository rack could be the answer to whatever wine consumption one possesses. Unlike different configurations of bottle storage, wine shelves have a unique benefit because you can modify them based on your taste and décor.
Here are a few advantages of wine racks
- Wine racks allow one to transform any available room into a stylish wine depository area as these shelves come in numerous colours and styles
- As these racks employ small or no construction, these storage units are simple to utilize. You can position the racks wherever place you want and start filling it with your favorite bottles of wine
- Irrespective of variety or age, the taste of any bottle of wine will benefit if it’s correctly stored
- The most effective method of stocking your wine is by putting the bottles on their side. This technique can stave off any residue in the wine from settling at the bottom
- Wine racks allow you can arrange the bottles according to your choice by utilizing multiple frames for a more massive collection or one rack for several bottles
- You don’t have to spend a lot of money on your wine storage because wine racks are cheap
- The quantity of space these shelves can take is far smaller than that required for stocking wine bottles without it
Nowadays, wine shelves are not only for commercial use, but individual wine enthusiasts can also stock many bottles in a DIY wine rack. Irrespective of how much room you have in your home, these frames will provide you with everything you require to store your wines nicely. Find more DIY projects on this blog.