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I'm heading to St. Louis for Memorial Day weekend and the rest of the week. I'll be going to a wedding on Saturday and also working on a wine shelf for my dad.
Unlike the pre-machined wine racks we put together last time, I'm going to be building this shelf completely from scratch. The shelf will fill a wall near the door and will hold bottles horizontally with a center section for display purposes.
Here are my plans so far:
For the most part I already have all the tools I need for the project, the only thing I had to buy was a $50 crown molding router bit so I could put a round channel into the shelves so the wine bottles would stay put.
I'm looking forward to it... hopefully it works out well!
Posted 05/21/2009 11:00 PM in St. Louis, Woodworking | Total Comments: (3)
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Ah ha, so this is the culmination of your trip to the lumberyard. If you place the wine bottles on the side in each shelf how will you prevent them from rolling off?
Submitted by Jen on 05/28/2009 02:59 PM
Btw, I didn't get to say hi at the wedding :( Was looking for you but I think you already left. We should definitely catch up when you're in NY.
Submitted by Jen on 05/28/2009 03:01 PM
Heh, good question. I put a special groove in the board. I'm sure there's a name for it, but I'm not sure. Basically I had to buy a specialized router bit ($50!) that allows me to put a concave groove into the board so the bottles don't roll. I'll have pics in a bit.
Submitted by filbert on 05/29/2009 10:39 PM