Industrial Wine Rack
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.
Very cool idea! Fits perfect in your home April!
Thanks so much Sara!
Love this idea and how it turned out, April! I wouldn’t have known it was PVC pipe. Looks great!
Thank you Tiffany!
How cool is that? What a great idea!
Very creative! I’ve been dreaming up ways to make a DIY wine rack myself, pinning!
Love the industrial look of this wine rack. Can’t wait to see how the whole area looks! Great project!
This is such a neat idea! Love how it turned out.
Thank you Amanda!
I love how creative and different this idea is, also it is so simple to make!
Love it ! Looks neat and perfect ! Thank you for linking up with us @ #HomeMattersParty . We would love to have you again next week.
Thanks so much! I’ll be back :).
I’m beyond obsessed with this! Thanks so much for sharing at Merry Monday!
Haha, thanks Lindsay!
Loving how you saved and were able to make your own custom wine holder! 🙂
Very cool and CLEVER idea – it looks fantastic!
This is completely a unique idea of storing wine and its looking like a stylish show piece. I had never thought about such an amazing idea of storing wine. Now I am also gonna make this wine rack. Thanks for sharing this idea with us.
Thanks so much Larry! I’d love to see it when you are done! Glad you stopped by.
Last week i was made an industrial wine rack but it is all made of wood i never use any type of pipe in our wine rack. But now i am felt guilty! I think i have done a big mistake i should use the pipes in wine rack. Now i order to the carpenter to make this type of wine rack. Your rack best then me