DIY Wine bottles shelves

Zero waste not only thought up these shelves stacked on used wine bottles, but share the full DIY instructions to make them.

DIY Wine bottles shelves in furniture glass diy  with Wine Shelves Bottle

++ By Zero Waste Design (DIY instructions on the website)

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5 Comments

  1. Chris Kampf - March 6, 2009

    Loving your art work. Very inspirational. I will keep an eye on what you’re up to. My semi recycled metal sculptures are the complete opposite…you can’t recognise the recycled parts.
    Cheers, Chris

  2. Nathan - October 26, 2009

    That’s really tacky.

  3. G england - September 19, 2012

    I like this idea but I wonder what the weight limit is on these shelves.
    I would seem that any weight would be placing downward pressure on the neck of the bottle.
    I think if I had the tools that I would cut the neck from the bottle and use the bottom portion like a column to be placed inside a recess of each shelf.
    I see that the turnbuckles are used to add stiffness stability to the shelf but it seems to take away from elegance of the shelf.
    Perhaps some all thread instead of eye hooks going through the shelf with a half nut and washer on each end counter bored out of sight in the shelf.
    That done in brass would really make this thing pop.
    It is a good looking shelf the way it is but it’s got potential to be more.
    About cutting the bottles, what if you cut the necks of and filed the sharp edges away for some pretty neat drinking glasses.

  4. Don't Toss It via Facebook - February 26, 2013

    Great idea – and looks really cool too!

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