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What’s better than a wine rack? A wine rack that does more than just hold wine! Create this pair of multifunctional Wine Rack Book Ends in just a few easy steps and for right under $20 in lumber!

Difficulty easy

Tools

Kreg Tools

Other Tools

  • Miter Saw
    Miter Saw
  • Tape Measure
    Tape Measure
  • 3.25 Inch Hole Saw
    3.25 Inch Hole Saw
  • Drill (cordless)
    Drill (cordless)
  • Sander
    Sander

Materials

Wood Products

  • 1 Board , 1x6 , 48"
  • 1 Board , 1x10 , 48"

Hardware & Supplies

  • 1 Wood Stain
  • 8 1 1/4" Pocket Hole Screws
  • 1 Wood Glue

Cut List & Parts

  • 4 Faces , 10x10 (see diagram)
  • 2 Back Panels , 10 x 6 (see diagram)
  • 2 Bottom Panels , 9 1/4" x 6 (see diagram)

Directions

  • Check Dimensions & Cut List

    The plans for this project outline the steps to make one of the two wine holders in the set. To make a set of two, be sure to follow all steps twice. Check all dimensions and the cut list before starting.

  • Create Holes

    Drill holes into all of the faces of your wine racks using a 3 1/2" hole saw. Use a ruler to find the center of each face.

  • Add Back Panel

    Add the 10" tall back panel to the wine rack. Be sure that you have cut the top of the panel at a 45 degree angle (with the longest side being the 10" side). Attach the panel using pocket 1 1/4" pocket holes screws and wood glue.

  • Add Bottom Panel

    Attach the panel using pocket holes, 1 1/4" pocket holes screws and wood glue.

  • Fit Bottom Panel

    Make sure to dry fit the back panel prior to attaching. One edge should be cut at 45 degrees, making the longest edge 9 1/4" long.

  • Finishing Touches

    Use wood putty to fill pocket holes. Once dry, sand, and then stain your rack.