Easy DIY Projects | Make Your Own Pallet Wine Rack

A couple of weeks ago, my wife and I did this amazing project called a Pallet Wine Rack. This is a wine rack made out of wooden pallets. In our effort to reduce, reuse, and recycle, we scoured the nearby junk yards for these wood pallets. Using it as our base, we were able to make this wine pallet.

Easy DIY Projects | Make Your Own Pallet Wine Rack

Easy To Build Wine Racks For Your Home

Wine racks can cost up to hundreds of dollars. But if you can make your own wine rack, you’ll save a lot of money. And in addition, you can come up and play with your own design that’ll fit your exquisite taste. All you need is a wooden pallet, hammer, nails, screws, and a little bit of creativity. This is just the base that we used for our own pallet, so feel free to innovate and to expand your own pallet wine rack.

Step 1 – Measure and mark the pallet.

Cut the pallet according to the size of the wine bottle.

Cut the pallets using a machine cutter. Make sure that 3 pieces of pallets have scallops.

Step 2 – Assemble the pallets together

Two pallets with scallops will be the sides and those without scallops will be your back pieces. The extra pallet with scallop will be the bottom. Make sure it has the same width as the interspace between the two sides. Follow the image above.

Step 3 – Nail the pallets

To secure them in place, nail them or you can screw them in. I highly suggest nailing them.

Step 4 – Measure pallets for wine glass

Measure the pallet to make slots for your wine glass holder.

Step 5 – Cut out the holes for the wine glass

Drill and cut the slots according to your measurement.

Step 6 – Screw the glass holder

Nail or screw the glass holder at the bottom of the pallet with a block of wood as stopper.

Your wine rack is done! You can stain or paint it if you want to then hang it on your wall.


Watch this video from homesteadonomics for more details on how to make your own wine rack :

Easy DIY projects such as this wine rack are fun and simple to do. It adds aesthetic appeal to your home without paying a lot of money like this DIY kitchen island. And I’m’ pretty sure I made my wife happy with this cool wine rack. Cheers!

Featured image via Housely

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