Concrete wine rack. Make a wood box (cheap particle board is fine), use 4" PVC (spaced at least 1" apart) and fill with concrete. Add color tint if you want something other than gray. Wait at least 24 hours then carefully remove wood and PVC.
Rethink a wine rack's purpose, and you'll come up with a multitude of novel ways to put it to good use. In this kitchen cabinet, a tabletop wine bottle rack now holds waterbottles behind closed doors in tidy grab-and-go rows.
Ayla would love to have one of these for her crayons/ colored pencils/ markers. I'm thinking with colored cups that she can paint herself :) Use a wine rack and large cups to store markers, colored pencils. for paint markers and such.
Wine Bottle Storage No one will guess that this sleek, modern wine rack is made of PVC pipe from a hardware store. The design is completely flexible, so you can create one to fit inside any shelf or cabinet and paint it to suit your own decor.
This is an easy DIY project with great impact and also veryinexpensive. I probably would paint mine. If the wall is painted, I would paint the rack white so that the bottles can show nicely. If the wall is white, I probably wou