Stackable Wine Racks

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Create handsome storage for your vintage favorites.

By Bob Dickey

Overall dimensions (two-tiered rack): 285⁄8"w × 93⁄4"d × 10"h
Overall dimensions: 30"w × 12"d × 34"h

Every woodworker looks for that one project that he or she can make in a day or massproduce for welcomed gifts. If that describes you, you’re in luck. This pleasing design consists of just four different interlocking parts that assemble like Lincoln Logs. While I’ll work through the construction for a two-rack system for holding up to 12 bottles, keep in mind that you can build and stack several identical racks. Five racks, the maximum, let you store as many as 30 bottles (inset at right). For this floor model, I cut and placed two top rails on the uppermost end pieces and added a top, as shown in Figure 1.

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