Are you a wine connoisseur? Do you have champagne taste with a beer budget? No worries, there are numerous DIY projects for wine racks that are budget friendly! Some of the items might even be things you have laying around the house that you no longer use, FREEBIES!
If you’re a big wine drinker, this would be a fairly cheap option.. well, maybe not after all of the wine bottles you would have to go through to get enough corks! Another, likely cheaper, option would be to purchase corks from a craft store, such as Hobby Lobby. If you want the cork look, but not the cork color, you could spruce it up a bit with some colorful spray paint. You would paint the corks multiple colors before gluing them together, or all the same color once you have formed your wine rack.
If you are into more of a country look, this wine rack with horse shoes would be a great option. You could pick some shoes up at almost any farm store, or search the internet for some cheaper used options. Typically horse shoes are silver, so you might wish to paint them a more rustic color prior to beginning a project. For the back of this wine rack, you could use a wider board, such as a 1” x 6” or a 1” x 8” and use 2” x 4” sections for the shelves, or you could use only horse shoes for the shelves and simply attach them to the sides of the back board rather than where they are shown in the picture to the right.
Do you not have enough cabinet space for your wine glasses? You can add simple wine glass racks to the bottom of your kitchen cabinets by using T-Molding (shown in image below). This would be a great way to display your glasses, save cabinet space, and avoid clutter!
Another option, my personal favorite, would be to make a wine glass rack out of an old rake head, which is something that you might just have laying around the house. It looks good by itself, or you could add a piece of wood and horseshoe to add a little more character to the rack.
If you haven’t gotten enough of these DIY wine racks today, Pintrest has MANY more cute, cheap options that you can explore!
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