Hello all! I’m back today with another addition to our new bar/entertaining area – an easy and cheap DIY Industrial Wine Rack.
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I pondered over wine holders for awhile. I love the ones that are made out of black iron pipe, and I was trying to think of what design I would use. Pipes and Industrial go together like ham and swiss. But, I had already used a bunch of black iron pipe in this area and I didn’t want to over do it, so I started looking around on Pinterest. I spotted this great article after searching for industrial wine racks. The link back to the CB2 website didn’t produce any results, and I couldn’t find it anywhere. So, I decided to make one similar.
It was a pretty simple project, and I still used pipe-just in a little different way. I bought a $12 PVC pipe at Lowes.
I used a 4″ pipe and it fits the bottles perfectly. To cut it, I used a reciprocating saw, but any saw would probably work. Just make sure the pipe is securely clamped down – they like to roll! I didn’t measure, I held the bottle to the first one and made sure it was long enough, then just cut them all different lengths.
Next I sanded down the edges with a mouse sander, which is my favorite of all my sanders. Find one here (affiliate).
And glued them all together using this stuff. It worked surprisingly well. I am always skeptical, but this thing isn’t coming apart.
They were wanting to roll all around, so I had to incorporate a lot of clamps. The goop is very strong, but does take awhile to dry.
Sometimes you have to get creative.
Once I had it all put together I spray painted it with Rustoleum metallic hammered spray paint.
And that’s it! Voila! An easy and cheap Industrial Wine rack you can make yourself. Check out the mixed wood wall I did for around $40 HERE.
Thanks for stopping by. Hopefully I’ll finish this area soon and be able to show you the new goods. It’s been a long time coming.