Wine rack console table comes in all shapes and sizes, from individual bottle holders to five or six-post racks. For true wine lovers nothing less than a large bottle rack will do to store all the bottles you undoubtedly want to store. A simple grid rack is ideal for a large rack that can be built with minimal carpentry skills. This rack can store 63 bottles of wine. Measure and mark every 5 inches along six 1/2-inch wood planks measuring 14 by 45 inches long and eight 1/2-inch wood planks measuring 14 by 35 inches long. Draw a line through the center of each longitudinal beam there will be 7 inches on each side of the line.
Use a router with a little 1/2 inch attached to a cut or slot on one side of each plate at each 5-inch mark that goes until the center line is found. Repeat on the boards, so you have six 45-inch boards and eight 35-inch boards with grooves along one edge like giant combs. Paint the planks now if you want a wine rack painted, as well as two 14 by 47 inch wood planks from the sides of the wine rack console table and two 14 by 35 inch wood planks from 1 inch wood for the top and bottom. Allow to dry completely before continuing. Align all 45-inch boards with 5 inches of distance between them, with the slots facing up. Slot planks 35 inches perpendicularly over 45 inch planks, with slots of 45 inch slots mating with slots of planks 35 inches.
Wine rack console table, tap the planks together gently with a rubber hammer until all the slots are docked and are left with a grid where each hole in the net is 4.75 inches wide and 14 inches deep. Place the top panels over the 35-inch side of the net and use finishing nails hammered at the top at the ends of the net that adhere to it to secure the cover in place. Use about five nails at last grille. Place the side panels on the sides of the grille with the additional 2 inches used to make a square corner with the ends of the top panels. Fix the sides in place as you did the top panel as well as through the side panels at the ends of the top panels.