Building a wine cellar. What is the best wood to use for the walls and racks?
Hi Chris -
Good question. The best kinds of wood for wine racks are mildew resistant, and also moisture retentive to help keep the corks moist. Good choices are Clear Redwood and some species of mahogany. Avoid stains or finishes on the parts of the wine
wine rack that are in contact with the bottles, so you don't introduce any foreign odors to the wine.
You find more info about cellars on our site: http://www.vintagecellars.com/education/wine-racks/ or let me know if you have questions.
seller for wine cellars as the species we use is naturally decay and moisture resistant. I've included some pictures of cellars we've done.
We also offer free design consultations. You can fill out our questionnaire and one of our designers can design a wine cellar that fits based on your dimensions: https://www
an open wine cellar that features two refrigerated wine storage units and enough space for 300 bottles of wine. On the wall is a bio-fuel fireplace.
Photo by Charles Lauersdorf - Imagery Intelligence
I would like to find out the details or plans on how to make the shoe rack please.
I had the same question and a flash of inspiration struck: a magazine rack would be that same V shape.
For example: http://www.amazon.com/Spectrum-3-Tier-Wall-Mount-Holder-Magazine/dp/B001RLUMYK/ref=sr_1_19?ie=UTF8&qid=1344143945&sr=8-19&keywords=magazine+rack - not as
pretty as wood, but seems to be about the right size for shoes if units were mounted further apart.
For this next one: http://www.amazon.com/Design-Ideas-Magazine-Clutch-Silver/dp/B001FCYRUG/ref=sr_1_45?ie=UTF8&qid=1344144051&sr=8-45&keywords=magazine+rack - if you remove the "legs" of the rack, you could