I've had this wine rack for about two years now. Hung it in my living room above a couch for decoration. I've gotten a lot of compliments on it, it's very classy and sleek. A couple cons though: even when it's installed in studs, it DOES NOT support the weight of full wine bottles. I originally used this as an actual wine rack, but it started coming off the wall and bowing in the center from all the weight (holding about 8 wine bottles). So I reduced it to 6 wine bottles and it continued to come off the wall. I had to remove the whole thing off the wall (and it is not easy to install because it's heavy for me and long so it's hard to get level). Anyway, my husband and I re-installed it using the drywall anchors (and one stud) and only 4 wine bottles. Still too heavy, maybe our walls can't support the weight? IDK, but we ended up just using it as decoration with empty wine bottles, a clock and the hanging glasses. Still looks nice to me and classy - it's just such a pain to hang (and hang again) and doesn't actually serve as a wine rack. You're supposed to store wine horizontally and slightly chilled to keep its flavors longer apparently (a wine expert in Italy told me). So, I'll likely invest in a wine fridge soon. Still like this item for it's look though! Just don't put a lot of weight on it.
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