UPDATE: There was enough pallet lumber leftover for a wine rack

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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.

The rack from an angle to show the right side as you face it.

The rack from an angle to show the right side as you face it.

The left-side angle.

The left-side angle.

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