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I made this rack from repurposed lumber...mostly pallet boards...with lots of nails!

I added a couple of extension blocks to make the storage shelf 4 1/2 inches deep so bigger wine bottles and/or liter size liquor bottles will fit. Now if only I had some! This may be a good excuse to procure a new bottle of Jack!

The rack for the hanging stemware has slots for 4 glasses. I wanted 5 but I figured they would be too crowded or wouldn't fit, so four it is. The top shelf is made from two boards so it extends forward by 3/4 inch. That will make a nice spot for decorative items.

I have enough material to make at least four of these racks, and probably several more (three pallets still in the bed of the truck).

WARNING! This is not a fine woodworking project!

Here are a few pics.
Hope you like 'em.
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I like it but in my humble opinion the 2 bottles on the far right of the sketch up are the better fit. Particularly the Jameson!
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Ahhh, another user of pallet wood. Been doing a lot of that lately myself. Do you make to sell, or just for yourself?
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Ahhh, another user of pallet wood. Been doing a lot of that lately myself. Do you make to sell, or just for yourself?
I posted the drawing on Facebook and got three orders from our friends and family! :-)

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Well done on the orders. But now it becomes "work". Unless of course you benefit from the 2 bottles in question.

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I like it but in my humble opinion the 2 bottles on the far right of the sketch up are the better fit. Particularly the Jameson!
I disagree . A couple 26ers of Gibsons Finest would fit better yet

Nice job Mike . Functional , and the price was right

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Well done on the orders. But now it becomes "work". Unless of course you benefit from the 2 bottles in question.
Mike has his own "sub contractor/finishing department". He just designs it and tells her what to do.

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I'm jealous...I have a couple of thinsg for sale and not one response yet.
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Nice job Mike. Reminds me I really must make a wine rack, it's a job that's been on the list for about 10 years
4 glass slots seems like a good number, since wine glasses are so often sold in sets of 4.
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Mike has his own "sub contractor/finishing department". He just designs it and tells her what to do.

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John if you believe Mike tells her what to do you must not be married!!!
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