Stacked Wine Rack

6:45:00 PM

These stackable wooden wine racks got a coat of white paint and 
with a little sanding the crate-like loveliness came shining through.

The two pieces stack together to hold wine bottles...

Fazi Battaglia is an Italian Wine. 
I haven't tried it but I sure like their wine crates!

I love the way the lettering showed up when I sanded.

I tried the wine rack out in a shelf on my hutch and wouldn't you know it... it fit perfectly! 

The story of this hutch topper
found on the side-of-the-road can be found here.

The wine rack is great but it looks a little empty...
I think I'm going to have to get some more wine!

More wine to celebrate 3 years of blogging....
Homeroad was started 3 years ago today and 
here is my very first blog post about the desk 

Little did I know then that I'd be turning my
whole house into Homeroad!

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  1. The racks look great, Susan. White always looks great with vintage accessories.

  2. congrats on three years, and love how you put the wine rack together, it looks perfect in there!

  3. I love how that lettering shows through after you distressed it. Congratulations on 3 years - that's a great reason to celebrate!!

  4. Love it! Marries so well with your cabinet!

    And congrats on 3 years!

  5. OK, I think the Fazi wine people got together with the topper people, cuz that fits excellent.

  6. Love how the wine rack turned out.
    Congratulations on your 3 years of Blogging.


  7. hahaha I hear ya about your whole house turning into homeroad. When people visit me they say, saw it on the blog, saw that on the blog.... blah blah blah. :)

    congrats on 3 great years of blogging!

    Love the wine rack, looks great on your hutch!
    ps trying out different ways to comment to see if I can get rid of the no-reply comment blogger plague.


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