DIY Wine Rack Book Ends

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diyhuntress added on 12/4/2016

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!


Follow the steps below to complete this project.


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.


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.


Add Bottom Panel

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


Finishing Touches

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

Tools Used:

Materials Required:

Wood Products:

(1) 1x6, 48", Board  
(1) 1x10, 48", Board  


(1) Wood Stain  
(8) 1 1/4" Pocket Hole Screws  
(1) Wood Glue  

Parts/Cut List:

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


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