These free wine rack plans include everything you need to create a wine rack that is functional and stylish. Written building directions, photos, videos, diagrams, shopping lists, and cut lists will give you everything you need to make this a successful woodworking project.
Building a wine rack is an easy project that can most of the time be completed in a day or two, depending on how large and detailed you'd like it to be. The even better news is that these free wine rack plans will build you a great-looking wine rack for much less than it would cost to go buy one.
The free wine rack plans feature wine racks in all different styles so be sure to look through the whole list. There are vertical, horizontal, and even custom wine rack plans. Some will hold 6-bottles of wine whereas some of the modular plans can hold dozens. Just take a look and you'll find a wine rack plan for your style and your space.
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This DIY wine rack was made from a wood pallet and hold 8 bottles of wine as well as that many hanging wine glasses.
This is a straightforward project that even the beginner can handle. A materials list, building instructions, and color photos are provided.
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This free wine rack plan builds a very functional rack, that holds the wine perfectly in place. It's wall-mounted and really large but you could easily change the size of the rack. Dowels are used to create a custom pegboard for your favorite bottles of wine. You could leave it unfinished or give it a quick stain for a whole different look.
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Rogue Engineer has created a simple wine rack plan that looks both modern and traditional and would really go anywhere in the house. The finished rack holds four bottles of wine and will take you only an hour or so to build.
The plans for this DIY wine rack include a list of required tools and materials, a diagram, and building instructions.
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Create an industrial look in any room you choose when you use this stunning copper wine rack. Mount it under any counter and it's ready to hold a few bottles of wine, right within reach. It's a fun project to put together and even the beginner can tackle it.
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Ana White has designed a free modular wine rack plan inspired by Pottery Barn's modular bar system that will get you a similar looking wine rack for thousands of dollars less.
If you're short on space you can only build the middle of this wine rack hutch and still have plenty of room for your wine bottles and glasses.