Design-Your-Own Wine Racks
I have been eyeing this for quite some time and finally bought it for my husband who loves to drink wine. It is like tinker toys for adults - super fun to construct and gives you a lot of options about how you want to set it up so it could go anywhere. Great construction, super easy and good quality. Love it!
April 23, 2013
Difficult to Assemble
I read all of the reviews and most claim that this was so easy to assemble.....perhaps I missed something? I collect wine and have been looking for a way to store it and was thrilled to come across this wine rack. I love that you can make it into various shapes and sizes - definitely a plus! End product is great and fits my need, but assembling it was not so great.
I bought a rubber mallot and that definitely helped, but I found it rather difficult to put together. I didn't use glue, but since I bought the 40+ bottle rack, perhaps I should have. It was a frustrating adventure, but I was determined to complete the task.
February 27, 2013
Great Wine Rack
This product has great flexibility as it can be configured in a shape and size to fit your needs. If needed it can be configured to fit inside a smaller cabinet spaces of various dimensions and you can add on as your personal wine cellar grows. If your collection out grows your initial space it can also work as a decent looking free standing wine rack as well. Also nice the product is made in the good ole USA from renewable resources.
February 7, 2013
Great Wine Racks
We have about 1,000 bottles stored in these racks - they're the least expensive STABLE racks we've found. I have one rack that's about 8' tall by 5' long and then several smaller ones.
They MUST be assembled with a rubber mallet on a flat surface - anything else will result in an unstable mess - a regular hammer will just damage the rack.
When I assemble a new rack segment, I make multiple rows about 6 to 12 racks long, then assemble those rows into cubes, then connect the cubes into whatever size/shape I need. If I'm adding to an existing rack, I usually remove the bottles for about 2 rows around the space being added, and then tap gently with a rubber mallet until the new rack is leveled and securely in place. Haven't broken a bottle yet.
November 24, 2012