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Primitive Wine Cabinet

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Project by Art posted 11-12-2012 07:56 PM 1530 views 3 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This floor to ceiling (almost) wine cabinet is made from 54mm thick rough, pine scaffolding boards, stained dark. Not hard to make but lots of mitering and heavy as hell when it’s done….building it on site is a must!! The client wanted a medevil look so this is what I came up with. It holds about 240 bottles so should keep most folks happy for quite a while.

-- Arthur T., Pringle Braai Furniture, South Africa, atrfrmusa@yahoo.co.uk. A lion leaves its skin when it dies....





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#1 posted 11-12-2012 08:16 PM

Another very nice build

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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#2 posted 11-12-2012 09:25 PM

I hate any kind of wine. But I may force myself to start drinking it just so I can build something cool like this. Well done!

-- Directions are just the Manufacturer's opinion on how something should be assembled. ----Mike, Waukesha, WI

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#3 posted 11-13-2012 01:26 AM

Very nice wine rack.

-- Mike, Missouri --- “A positive life can not happen with a negative mind.” ---

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#4 posted 11-13-2012 05:23 PM

That’s great looking and functional as heck. Nice work!

-- Mike from Lansdowne, PA

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#5 posted 11-13-2012 10:15 PM

Something vintage always has a touch of elegance and timelessness. Perfect!

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#6 posted 11-14-2012 02:19 AM

Wow, now that’s beefy! I don’t think I’ve ever seen this style of wine rack done with such massive timbers before. No worries about anything bowing on this one, that’s for sure.

-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."

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