|Project by mafe||posted 03-29-2013 09:42 PM||2058 views||13 times favorited||26 comments|
For my new kitchen
As so often a small sketch of the basic idea.
Years back at a visit in Stockholm I saw a wine rack that was just a piece of wood with holes, this idea stayed in the back of my head, but I never got a kitchen where it could fit in, until now.
I decided to keep it simple, plain pine, hand planned and holes drilled with a forstner bit.
I had some old leftover tubes from a curtain bar and these became a part of the design, but you might as well just drill a hole all the way through and hang it on the wall that way.
1. The rack, had to drill two different sizes of holes since the bottle necks were really different.
2. Drilling the holes.
3. Remember to go only almost through and then turn the wood and drill from other side, then you get crisp holes.
4. Wine in the hole…
5. Turning rods for the mount (look at drawing).
6. And here it is in the new kitchen, happy I am!
Sorry for the bad picture quality, my camera was at home and the mobile camera become scratched.
Hope this can bring some inspiration.
-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.