In the post last week about pallet lumber, I called the projects I made whiskey racks instead of wine racks because the bottles stood upright, and that’s no good for corked wine.
As it turns out, there was enough lumber leftover, plus a couple of other weathered boards I had laying around, to make another rack that would allow the bottles to lay on their sides. And to add a feature for hanging the wine glasses.
This one holds three bottles and four glasses. The top two shelves sit at 5-degree angles front to back to keep the bottles from rolling out and smashing on the floor. The bottom shelf is level, but I added a strip of leftover wood to act as a stop.
There was virtually zero was from the discarded pallet. And don’t judge me about my choice of wine.