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Flickr pool member Yankees251 decided he didn’t want to cough up $300 for a wine rack kit, so he built his own instead. And he was thinking when he designed it. He cut the wood, including the runners that hold the bottles, from 10” boards — no funky, custom stock here.

We also dig that he made the entire thing from pine, so he probably had a few bucks left over to put some actual wine in the rack after building it.  Now that’s really thinking.

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11 Responses to From the Flickr Pool: Homemade Wine Rack

  1. perry douvros says:

    do you have any plans for that wine rack?

  2. Luis Aguayo says:

    Can you post the wooden measures?

  3. Bill Stamper says:

    Awesome design – hope you don’t mind if I copy the concept.

  4. Paul Durry says:

    Yes, the plans for this would be great!!! If you are willing to publish. 🙂

  5. Walter Wolf says:

    The necessary measurements would be great.

  6. Brian says:

    I made some racks very similar to this. Each rack holds 65 bottles and cost me about $40 each and about 3 hours work. I now have 260 bottle racks for $160 in my cellar. Can’t beat it.

  7. Laura Ross says:

    Need measurements to build the wine rake

  8. Bob Neubaum says:

    Looks great, I’m about to outfit my cellar with racks. Would love dimensions if you have them!

  9. liquor decanters says:

    I really like your rack but this is so big. I have wine rach that I kept inside in the room. I bought a wood wine rack in 40$.

  10. Keith Samuel says:

    could i get a copy of measurements please, awesome rack.

  11. Mauro says:

    Cool … let try measures …
    The wine bootle has 7,5cm diameter, champagne 8,5cm
    Imagine the rack like the letter “H” , between legs must be 10cm. The sticks that holds the bootle must be 2x2cm, living 6cm free.
    12cm between stick holds.
    Will try to draw … find a place to post

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