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6 DIY Wine Racks to Display Those Lovely Reds

As a wine lover, you know that proper wine storage is necessary for preserving your wine bottles from going bad. Everyone wants these storage spaces to be accessible yet protect them from damage. But if you don’t have adequate space for a wine cellar or wine fridge, then it’s time to get a little crafty. That’s where this list of DIY wine racks comes in. From a wooden crate creation to a leather-accented rack, get set to roll up your sleeves and create your stylish storage solution no matter how little time or money you have. Here are six easy and manageable ideas for creating a DIY wine rack that won’t clean up your bank or your back! 

A Word About Wine Storage

No matter what kind of wine you’re storing, opt for a cool, dark, and humid place with less temperature than your room temperature. While most wines will ultimately expire, appropriate storage will slow down the process and keep your wine tasting as delightful as possible. 

Also, stocking your bottles of wine in a DIY wine rack, standing up is not ideal especially if the wine bottle has a natural cork top. Since the cork is porous, it can dry out and contract. When this occurs, air and bacteria can get into the bottle, following a musty cork taint. Stocking your bottles on their side will help preserve the cork’s moisture by retaining it in contact with the wine.

How to Build A Wine Rack?

No matter which particular project you pick for making a DIY wine rack, there are some common steps to follow.

  1. Pick place and function: Are you creating a DIY wine rack to be arranged in the kitchen? Will it be displaying the front or back? Acknowledging these questions will benefit you a lot in deciding what style your rack will be and where it will be going.
  2. The number of bottles: Next estimate how many bottles you may need to store. Will, it fit 15 bottles? Will it be capable to fit big champagne bottles in? There’s no point building a DIY wine rack if you don’t know what or how many bottles of wine you’re going to be stocking.
  3. Pick your desired plans: The best DIY wine racks will serve both your styles and your storage wishes.
  4. Pick the wood: Choosing the right wood for your DIY wine rack is critical. Some woods are more suitable for long-term use, whereas others are pleasing to look at.
  5. Now build your rack: Now is the time to put all of this data together and make one yourself. With everything, we’ve given you. We’re certain you’ll find something particular to build for your DIY wine rack holding requirements.

Now that you are aware of the significance of properly storing wine, it’s time to get to work. Keep your bottles of wine graciously organized and ready to go with these simple DIY wine racks you can make with a little elbow grease, a can-do attitude, and a power tool or two. 

1. Wooden Crate Wine Holder

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You don’t need much experience or time to craft this simple DIY wine rack. To begin, you’ll require a wooden crate. These are easily attainable at craft stores or large retail outlets for around 50 bucks. Depending on the crate, you may also need to get any wood stain or paint so you can decorate and finish it as per your choice. 

You’ll also require some wood glue and an additional piece of wood that you can shape with a saw or have professionally cut at your local home improvement store. Just make sure to measure the inside dimensions of the crate so that the wooden planks will fit exactly inside to make an X shape. Glue the wood pieces to create an “X” inside the crate and before you know it, your new DIY wine rack is ready for stocking all your bottles. 

2. Barn Wood Wine Rack

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This a peculiar-looking DIY wine rack. You don’t require woodworking classes to make this rustic-chic yet antique wine rack. All you want is a few of the essential supplies — good quality barn wood, heavy-duty hooks, spray paint, chalkboard paint, and painter’s tape. Reclaimed barn wood is often available and sold in bunches, so see if you can get just a separate piece of wood at your local hardware store or online.

To elevate the look of your wine display, use the tape to mark off a rectangle at the top of the board where you’ll spray it with chalkboard paint and later write the word “Wine”. Next, spray paint the hooks whichever color you like and matches the theme of your interiors, and let them dry. 

While the hooks are drying, identify and mark the spots on the plank where you’ll be screwing in the hooks. Make sure to get the right number of hooks to support however many bottles of wine you want to stock. Once you have everything on point and in place, set your wine bottles sideways across each set of hooks for a simplistic, homey wine display. This traditional classic DIY wine rack can never go out of style.

3. DIY PVC Wine Rack

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For this DIY wine rack, you don’t require much more than a PVC pipe sufficiently large enough to fit a bottle of wine, ultra-strong adhesive like PVC cement, sandpaper, and a saw. Simply get the pipe cut at the hardware store if you don’t have a saw. You can also grasp some spray paint if you desire to customize the color as per the overall theme.

Once you have the adequate-sized PVC pieces in place, use the special hard glue to fix them. Be sure to connect the pieces with enough glue or cement for a firm, lasting bond. 

The beauty of this DIY wine rack isn’t just how simple it is to make, but also how adaptable it is. You can create as many bottle holders as you wish and use them as a countertop wine rack or place them on a tabletop, bar cart, the floor, or any other space at home that could use a little flair. Sometimes a single bottle of wine is the only thing you need to make a unique statement. This easy yet stylish DIY wine rack offers simplicity and a genius idea for stocking your wine.

4. Primitive Wine Rack

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This primitive DIY wine rack might be manageable, but it has a lot of sleek elegance, thanks to its clean and straight lines. To make this wine holder, you’ll require a thick plank of reclaimed wood, dowels, wood glue, and a drill. You might also need to use a wood stain or paint to customize the board as per your choice.

To start, mark the points on the wood where you’ll puncture out holes for the dowels. Then, use a drill to cut out the holes of the correct size. Next, cut the dowels down to size and apply wood glue to the ends to strongly fasten them inside the holes. After everything including the wood has been given enough time to dry, you can attach the wine rack to a wall or craft an easy kickstand with a hinge, rope, and a piece of wood and decorate it using a spray paint of your choice. 

5. A-Frame Wine Rack

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For an exciting and fuss-free DIY wine rack solution, give this fun A-frame wine rack a try. With two pieces resembling plywood, you’ll require two hinges, a screwdriver, some string, sandpaper, and a power drill. 

After inferring out where you need to place the holes (make sure they’re sufficiently large to fit a wine bottle), make the holes and sand them down to flatten the edges.

Next, connect the hinges to the top of the selected plywood so that both wood pieces from an A-shape. You can then decide where you need to put the string at the bottom of the frame. Drill little holes where you’ll loop in the string, fastened in place, and you will have a six-bottle wine rack that’s ideal for small spaces dedicated to wine racks This distinct-looking holder stores your bottles of wine in a unique and stylish way.

6. DIY Wood and Leather Wine Rack

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Style and utility match with this handcrafted wood and leather DIY wine rack that will add some rugged appeal to your place while flawlessly stocking your wine collection. You’ll require to whip out the power tools — specifically, a drill, nail gun, and miter saw — but don’t let that discourage you. 

To create the base, begin with wood boards (pine, whitewood, or any reclaimed wood will do). After some helpful woodworking guidance from a step-by-step video tutorial which you can follow, attach the leather straps and metal hardware. 

No matter how incredible your bottle of wine is, if it’s not suitably stored, you might end up with a not-so-great experience. While a wine cellar or wine chiller would be perfect, they require a sufficient investment of space and money. Luckily, you don’t require either if you go the DIY route. 

With these artful ideas on building your DIY wine rack, you can suitably store your wine bottles (on their sides, please!) and spruce up your space all at once. 

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