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It sure seems hard to go more than a month without showcasing another creative DIY pallet idea. While many pallet projects are large and can be overwhelming, this simple build can easily be done in an afternoon and when you have completed this woodworking project you will have something you can be proud of and somewhere to store all the wine bottles you will need for this wine bottle project or this one or this one.
About usGoodshomedesign is an online home design magazine but do not sell the products reviewed or showcased on this site. When life gets hectic, that is the best time to go out of your way to find make a spare hour to celebrate happy hour with a few friends over some midweek libations. Today’s pallet project is from Projects with Pete and Pete has built a rustic wine rack using a wooden pallet.
From picking the right paint color and arranging the furniture to deciding on the perfect accent decor, our design choices not only tells a story of our unique style, they make a house a home.
What do you do with all the wine corks, assuming you aren’t drinking boxed wine or screw top wine.
Lots of people are beginning to show interest and be careful at what kind and particular type of beverages they drink, especially wine.
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A few corners have been trimmed, so slots to hold the wind glasses have been drilled and a touch of wood stain has been used to make a very interesting DIY project that is also functional.
No matter the style, a popular accent to any home that brings warmth and comfort is the candle. It was naturally from this perspective that people will eventually invest in other materials that complement the habit of enjoying a glass of wine with friends.


Used to create a memorable, aromatic atmosphere or simply to bring in more style, candles can be incorporated into unique arrangements that showcase your creativity.The Coffee Lover’s DelightDIY coffee beans candlesThis easy yet sophisticated display is warm and welcoming.
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Select three small, deep bowls or glass flower pots and fill them to the top with coffee beans choosing a bean flavor that matches the aroma you would like to achieve. That’s why this DIY wine bottle stand made from cans is one project we were obliged to share. Not only does this wine rack take advantage of some small, previously unused space in their home, but it also is the perfect way to bring the Pinot supply into their living room bar area. Fill the bottom of a large glass vase with wine corks, place a clear glass candle in the vase or jar, then fill in the area around the candle with the remaining corks. It can be bought on Etsy for $15.For the Wine EnthusiastFor an elegant centerpiece idea, use wine goblets (or any glass jar).
Take rubber bands and place them around the glass at random.DIY frosted jar candle holderUsing Frosted Glass Spray paint (you can purchase this at a hardware store or online), spray the glass with two coats of paint. Our next DIY wine rack (sold on Amazon but you can get some of these from your local hardware store) is a breathtaking wall display made of terracotta clay tubes. Buy a few or buy a bunch… either way you can create a perfect vintage wine display wall.Looking for something a little smaller and with a bit more funk? Add a filler or festive item of your choice to the inside of each glass (now the bottom), such as holly or ornaments for Christmas. Our next DIY wine rack, by Adventures in Creating, was made with various sizes of PVC pipe.


Finally, place a small candle on the base of the wine glass which is now serving as the pedestal. Arranged in a fun, sculptural way, this wine rack is really a work of art!Need some wine storage and a side table?
Thank you Indulgy for this great DIY project.Floating CandlesDIY floating candle holders This next idea is popular for weddings but can also bring class and elegance into your home.
This mod, industrial side table, by Adventures of an Almost 40 Year Old Intern, uses drainage pipes held together with turnbuckles to store your beloved wine collection. First, select a clear glass vase in the size and shape of your choice (tall cylindrical or square vases work the best). Add a glass table top and you can even have a little bar area on top!If you are looking for something on the cheap, you will love our next DIY wine rack. Originally created on ReadyMade and featured on Bob Vila, this DIY wine rack is simply made by lining up cardboard tube mailers. Carefully submerge a flower of your choice into the water then top with a small, round floating candle. I really liked the way they can be used for the decorations and some other purposes.shannaHow does the balls stay in the water like that.



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