Got wine? Display your wine collection in the most stylish way possible with a DIY wine rack. I found this cool tutorial and it’s the perfect wine rack for a tiny home! It’s compact, easy to build, and even easier to install.
Yes, you’ll use basic tools but it’s not like you returned the power tools you “borrowed” from the neighbors from last time. Trust me, there’s nothing to it!
Imagine coming home after a rough day at work. You sit back, relax, watch your favorite shows while enjoying a glass of fine wine from your personal collection. Or, how about wowing guests with your growing wine collection presented ever so beautifully in a wine rack you made with your bare hands. Are you ready to make your own wine rack? Let’s get started!
You will need:
Copper spray paint
Step 1: Spray Paint the Hooks
It’s best to do the spray painting outdoors to avoid the noxious fumes. But if you live in a tiny home complex or a small apartment, choose a well-ventilated area as your work space. Lay several newspapers on your work area to prevent paint splatters.
Spray paint the hooks according to the manufacturer’s instruction, layering the color for an even application. Leave the spray paint to dry completely. The tutorial requires copper spray paint but you can go for any color you like.
Step 2: Install The Hook Screws
With a pencil and ruler, mark the screw hooks into the board. The screws should be perfectly parallel to each other so the hooks are stable once they are installed. Screw the hooks into the board, give each hook a pull to see if it’s secure. It should not move when pulled.
Step 3: Paint the Chalkboard
Get a tape and tape off a rectangle above the first pair of screws. Paint the rectangle with chalkboard spray paint. Leave the spray paint to dry. When the chalkboard paint is dry, peel off the tape.
Step 4: Instal the Wine Rack
Once the chalkboard spray paint has dried down completely, you can install the wine rack using heavy duty screws. Just pick any spot to install the wine rack, screw the rack and you’re ready to show off your cool new creation! But if you’d rather not drill the wall for screws, just prop the wine rack against the wall and it’ll look just as great.