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Thu Nov 22 00:00:00 MST 2012jwm0329 Rating:4.0
I like the finished product, however it was not as studry when I finished as I expected. I used all the nails to increase the sturdiness. I prefer screws to hold wood without glus, so I will watching to make sure it holds up.
Mon Oct 17 00:00:00 MDT 2011gemese Rating:4.0
This rack works well for our basement to store our growing wine collection, and it's easy to expand by adding another rack. The wood, however, is not just unfinished, but rough, so I wouldn't use it in a living space. I aslo found it pricey for the quality, and the primitive assembly required, i.e. nailing it together.
Wed Aug 31 00:00:00 MDT 2011melvinian Rating:5.0
This wine rack went together well, after a little studying. Bottles fit well, and the rack was sturdy after setting up and attaching to the wall. The wood is very nice. Haven't had it long enough to know how well it stands up, but it looks like it should last very well. This rack looks very nice in my family room in the bar area.
Thu Sep 29 00:00:00 MDT 2011nanab05 Rating:4.0
Was a little disapointed that they didn't tell you before the purchase that you needed a nail gun to put it together. You can do it by hand but the possiblity of the wood splitting is a lot higher because the pieces are small so you actually do need the gun. That was the only down fall
Sat Dec 10 00:00:00 MST 2011karen0209 Rating:4.0
This wine rack is made of quality wood. It is very nice when fully assembled but must be nailed together. The wood strips are cut and ready for assembly but it does take many hours of labor to nail it all together.
Thu Jul 21 00:00:00 MDT 2011fredbananas Rating:5.0
I was thrilled to find this wine rack at such a great price. Architectural Elements is based in Anderson Valley, one of my favorite parts of California and where I purchased much of the wine now being stored in this rack. Each time I open the door to the closet where my wine is stored I get a big whiff of Redwood and I'm transported to the Valley. So many of the wine storage pieces in this price range are descendants of the cheap, particleboard, disposable furniture legacy. Well, they have nothing in common with this wine rack. Assembly was not a joke. I spent a good 30 minutes of hammering and working the level to get this together. However, working with such high quality materials made it a fun project. And let's face it, working with hammer and nail is so much more satisfying than an allen wrench.
Tue May 05 00:00:00 MDT 2015jonesy Rating:5.0
I have built multiple wine racks over the years and these are by far the EASIEST to put together. Instructions could not be any simpler. The wood is of good quality and the finished product is sturdy no matter what size you buy and build from the company. USA MADE 100%. Would like to know if they would build me a cellar?
Wed Nov 14 00:00:00 MST 2012quesyrahsyrah Rating:5.0
I lost the instructions for assembly of this rack before I could figure out where to put it, but Overstock and Main Street were both very accommodating - sent me a new set of instructions! This rack needs to be attached to a stud for stability. In my basement, the only studs were at the stairwell, and there was too much light in that area to put this rack there permanently. Once some wooden studs were attached to the concrete and the rack was assembled, it is quite sturdy. I would highly recommend this rack for someone who wants to correctly store wine.
Tue Nov 27 00:00:00 MST 2012jamief75 Rating:4.0
I love this wine rack. It looks good, the quality of the materials is good and it will look and do exactly what I wanted. However...the site needs more detail on the assembly required so that buyers are aware of the assembly required. The rack arrives as 15 separate pieces and a box of nails plus 2 slotted wood spacer bars to enable even and correct spacing of pieces. The assembly instructions recommend use of a nail gun! It would be very useful if the site was this specific about the assembly requirements. This rack definitely requires 2 people to assemble it, as it is near impossible, or at least highly frustrating, to assembly the wood pieces using the spacer bars without someone to help hold the pieces in place until the pieces are securely held by the spacer bars. I don't have a nail gun, so I used an old fashioned hammer and I was fine and there were plenty of nails included with the rack to complete the job. Total assembly took me about 2 hours and was easy once the pieces had been fitted into the spacer bars for the first time. However I would definitely have struggled if I had been trying to assemble this on my own. I would have given this rack 5 stars had it not been for the lack of information on the site regarding assembly - I was not expecting to receive the rack as pieces and a box of nails. I know assembly was required but assumed it would be like all flat packed furniture and come with pre-drilled holes, screws and wooden pegs. Additionally this rack will not disassemble once constructed, making it less easy to move.
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