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Designer Wine Rack Kit - Diamond Bin With Face Trim

 

$1,049.95

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Luxurious style with a handcrafted look that rivals fine custom racking, at a price that only a modular kit could offer. Every component is available in classic wood finishes with the look and quality that will last a lifetime.
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I have an area that is 69" high and over 8 feet long. Is is possible to stack this Designer Rack Kit on its side, two kits high?
Joe on Feb 1, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Hello Joe,
Yes, you can stack this rack. I would recommend anchoring both racks to the wall.
Thanks
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A fabulous find!
Commercial wine cellars and even residential ones that have extensive collections will surely go for this product in the Designer Wine Rack Kit. Bulk storage has never been so practical yet chic what with the absolutely attractive design of this Diamond Bin With Face Trim. We really go for the fine quality of the wood, the superb craftsmanship, and the way those beveled rails and eased edges cradle dozens of wine bottles in such a secure way. At the current price, it's really an amazing buy because you get maximum bulk storage of over a hundred wine bottles, save space in your wine cellar, and make organizing your favorite bottles a more enjoyable task.
June 18, 2011
Surprisingly difficult to assemble
This is a very nice product, onc assembled, but I was quite surprised by the amount of work involved and how difficult it was to get the pieces to line up. I had to do quite a bit of sanding and trial and error fitting to eventually get it right and then I was very surprised to have to saw a lot of wood for the corners. All told, it took me a good three to four hours, and I'm usually good at this stuff. Still, in the end, it is a lovely piece and better looking than just about any wine rack I've seen.
October 1, 2010