Floating Bar Glassware Rack

Project by Weekend_Carpenter posted 05-30-2008 10:26 PM 3908 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Posted this on LJ, and thought that I should also post here…

I had a litte wrought iron bar rack, and wanted something better. This attaches to one part of the wall, and floats above the bar using three peices of chain. It has 5 puck lights recesed underneath between the glassware tracks, and has 1 on top to light up the liquer bottles that I have.

Add the above picture of the inside before it was done (I added more reinforcment to it). Also this looks better in person due to the glare from the flash and the semi gloss paint.

Let me know what you think! Thanks :)

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posted 05-31-2008 01:57 AM

Very nice job on the glass rack. I like the idea of the lights, prevents dark spot in the kitchen. Also, the black finish keeps it from being to over powering. Thanks for the post.

-- Tim

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posted 06-03-2008 07:54 AM

very nice, but be sure to keep the glasses clean, you will have many inspectors!

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posted 06-03-2008 07:58 AM

Yeah, I need to wash the glasses, they sat around collecting dust on an end table while I built this in my spare time and I put them up there so I could see everything together and take some snapshots for family! :) Thanks for the positive feedback!

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posted 06-04-2008 06:40 PM

Nice work WC. I like the crown moulding look for the edges in the third picture. It makes the rack look very substantial and yet elegant.

-- Bill - Turlock, Ca. - http://www.brookswoodworks.com

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