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How To Build A Wine Rack For Bottles and Glasses by diynetwork.comPosition the back flush with the sides and bottom edge of the bottom and attach using glue and 1-1/2-inch brads. Position the outer glass shelves flush with the edges and ends of the spacers at the end of the assembly and attach using glue and #18 x 3/4-inch wire brads. Position the wide glass shelves centered on the remaining spacers and attach using glue and 3/4-inch wire brads. Be sure to drill the holes so that one shelf bracket is a mirror image of the other. Attach to the shelf brackets using glue and 1-1/4-inch brads. Make your own wine rack with glass storage to maximize your space and add an entertaining flare!
Then attach wine rack directly to studs in the wall, or you can use cabinet hangers.
You can attach the wine rack directly to studs in the wall, or you can use cabinet hangers. This pot rack can be built in an afternoon with simple construction and components.
You can add any countertop to it; we choose butcher block to have an extra food prep area. You’ll have ample space for kitchen appliances, dishware, cookbooks and accessories.
Position the front flush with the ends of the sides and bottom edge of the bottom and attach using glue and 1-1/2-inch brads. Position the middle glass shelves centered on the spacers next to the outer glass shelves and attach using glue and 3/4-inch brads. Position the shelf brackets 3/4 inch from the front and back of the assembly and flush with the bottom of the narrow glass shelf, and attach using glue and 1-1/4-inch pocket hole screws. Position the shelf on top of the shelf brackets and flush with the front and back of the wine rack assembly. When attaching to wall studs, be sure to drill countersunk holes in the back to match with the spacing of the studs.