Wine Steward

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Project by Tim Marko posted 1785 days ago 3294 views 80 times favorited 25 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Made this wine rack with ash and african mahogany. Finish is BLO/MS/Gloss Poly followed by a few coats of MS/Poly. The sides are shaped similar to a carafe.

I used M/T construction on the bottle rack and attached the glass rack with biscuits.

-- Tim, trying to come up with something cool to say here!

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#1 posted 1785 days ago

Wow this is a unique design, is it yours? This would make for a great gift. Blkcherry

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#2 posted 1785 days ago

Very nice, I really like it. Did you use a plan or make the design yourself?

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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#3 posted 1785 days ago

very cool idea well done

-- Custom furniture

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#4 posted 1785 days ago

Functional and elegant; a very nicely executed design!

-- Mistake? No, that's just an unexpected design opportunity....

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#5 posted 1785 days ago

Like DynaBlue said functional and elegant,,,as a wine drink and owner of lots of cut crystal wine glasses would you mind if I borrowed the design????

-- I get out to the shop when Ryan lets me. Arggggggggggg

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Tim Marko

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#6 posted 1785 days ago

Thanks all for the comments. They really are appreciated.

I’ve done some others, (one of which I’ll post as soon as it finishes drying) that were modified from plans I found somewhere. I don’t remember where. I wanted to do something different, and thought it would be neat to add a place for glasses. The rest was just a combination of things I’ve seen here and other places. This is what I came up with,

Rog, you are welcome to the design. If you want I’d be happy to send you what I built from. Let me know.

Thanks again!

-- Tim, trying to come up with something cool to say here!

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#7 posted 1785 days ago

Sure Tim, I was thinking of the basic design but in a mission style. My whole house is a craftsman ranche and furnished in quarter sawn mission furniture. It wouldn’t be hard to take your design and modify it to mission… email is thanks, anyone else have ideas send them along..

-- I get out to the shop when Ryan lets me. Arggggggggggg

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#8 posted 1785 days ago

Great idea. All you need now is a place for a cork screw and a bucket of ice.

-- You always have tomorrow to stop procrastinating.

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#9 posted 1785 days ago

Nice design Tim! Haven’t seen anything like that before.

-- Rick

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#10 posted 1785 days ago

that is the best I,ve seen yet good job mate

-- jim nevada

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#11 posted 1785 days ago

cool design, looks like something you could pick up and travel with.

-- If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail!

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#12 posted 1785 days ago

Very nice. BZ

-- Dudley Young USN Retired. Sebastian, Fl.

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#13 posted 1785 days ago

Very nice design!

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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#14 posted 1785 days ago


I’d like to have a copy of your plans also.

This is a great looking piece.

-- Father of two sons. Both Eagle Scouts.

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#15 posted 1781 days ago

Would love to get a copy of your plans, too!

-- Dean

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