Wall Wine Holder

This wine bottle holder project takes just minutes to build and can be made for free or close to it if you have the right scraps. Another great holiday gift for your wine-o friends. 🙂 While it is a simple design it looks great on a wall and could be customized with stain or switching up the wood type for a more modern look! Enjoy!

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How to build a Simple Wall Wine Holder

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Questions? Comments?

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  • Ashley Davis

    How this hung/mounted on the wall?

    • Timothy Harmon

      I was wondering the same thing?

    • I used two 2-1/2″ wood screws straight through it and into a stud or drywall anchor. You can cover them up with wood plugs if you are worried about seeing them.

  • Tony

    You could put a third 2×4 parallel to the ground as a place to hold glasses.

  • James

    I just built one today as a last minute gift for my girlfriend. It’s made with 4/4 Peruvian Walnut and finished with one coat of Minwax Antique Oil.

    I let our 5 year old son pick out the wood and I did all of the work.

    Thank you for sharing this design.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/684a736f3d7479d8e9e74779f84ae36a135224976a758b41abb37d429d8d5f7a.jpg

    • James

      I have some feedback here for anyone else wanting to use 4/4 hardwood. For anyone that doesn’t understand 4/4, it’s how wood is measured when it’s rough sawn and is 1″ thick. My final thickness was 15/16″ after jointing and planing each face.

      The 1 3/8 hole is too large for boards this thin. The bottles sit at too much of an angle to be as visually appealing.

      I tried a few different sizes and 1 1/4 for the forstner bit worked very well with 4/4 lumber.

      I used a 1/4″ radius round over on all edges including the inside of the holes for the bottles to sit.

    • That looks amazing James! Thank you so much for sharing and for the detail you have provided!