$35 130 Bottle Wine Rack

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  1. Jan 11, 2019 #81

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    What to do with all that wine....... :)
     
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    Hah! I did not realize you were the OP on this thread! Still looks good, lo these many years later.
     
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    My idea but a different take by using any metal rack bought and used PVC pipe cut into cylinders then glued together using liquid nail, let dry for 24 hours then put in your bottles.
     

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    I am glad you reposted in this, very nice wine rack. I have been debating on building some for a room in the basement or buying pre-built units. My room will be about 11' x 6' with 103" ceiling I am looking at covering 3 walls.
    I looked at those Seville metal racks but they are not tall enough, plus I am not fond of stacking bottles unless they are in cubes.
     
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    I also didn’t want to stack bottles on one another but saw a picture where someone had glued together the PVC, then painted and displayed on countertop. My thought was to secure onto large rack where I could just pull out what I wanted without having to restack each time.
     
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    are you using 4" or 6" pvc?
     
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    I like the PVC idea, I'll use that. Bravo (take a bow)!
     
  9. Jan 16, 2019 #89

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    I needed attractive, simple and quick to assemble and reasonably priced - these were/are perfect! They where a little cheaper several years ago though.
    ULTRAZINC 168 BOTTLE 7-SHELF WINE RACK, 36" W X 14" D X 64" H $132.99 Free Shipping
     

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  11. Jan 17, 2019 #91

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    I used 4 inch, only one problem is one particular bottle style of the magnum sized wouldn't go all the way in.
     
  12. Jan 20, 2019 #92

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    You can get that rack on amazon for a lot less.
     

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