Vintage wine storage

December 11th, 2011 in member junk     
Porchman Porchman, member
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This is one of the best finds I ever had fun with.....and it turned out great! Old mail sorter from the New England area coupled with an old buffet. My wine rack! Added a couple wooden onlays for detail and didn't go overboard with a lot of different colored paints.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, furniture

Comments (8)

michaelmaloney writes: If you have any more bottles than these, it might be a good idea to start looking at some professional wine storage options. Storage in Northern Gold Coast for wines is actually quite common - proper climate controlled units so that the quality of the wine is maintained for as long as you'd like to have the stuff stored. But of course, if you're buying for personal consumption, then perhaps you don't really need to splurge on such facilities... Posted: 10:05 pm on December 14th
MissyBee writes: I love this! Well done! ...and I'm totally inspired to do something like this for my wine! Posted: 10:38 am on January 11th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Love how this turned out! Posted: 1:33 pm on December 20th
AtticusFinch writes: Wonderful, love how the two pieces came together as one. What lucky finds.
Thanks for sharing...
Posted: 7:23 pm on December 13th
NDJunkGirl writes: Love this "marriage" of the two pieces! I would love this in my house!

-Andrea Posted: 7:00 am on December 12th
JunkArchitect writes: The two pieces were meant for each other...great job.

Jim
Posted: 2:12 am on December 12th
Porchman writes: I guess I should have mentioned that these pieces took hours of sanding before the primer coat. The mail sorter was given 3 coats of paint in each mail holder. The funny thing about the whole project was the reaction we got from the guy I bought the mail sorter from...he said, "I knew I should've charged you more!" Posted: 6:43 pm on December 11th
Olivers_Oma writes: Absolutely beautiful. Nice job. Posted: 2:48 pm on December 11th
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