How to assemble a wine rack

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How to assemble a wine rack

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Project Overview

Wine racks are a great feature to add to your kitchen design. The Kaboodle wine rack is easy to put together when you follow the instructions provided. We’ll take you through the steps involved in assembling a wine rack for your kitchen. 
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Step by Step Instructions

1 Screw the shelves to the side panel
2 Attach the side and back panels
3 Measure up for the adjustable feet
4 Screw in the adjustable feet base
5 Finish assembling the legs
  • Step 1. Screw the shelves to the side panel

    Start by screwing the shelves in to one of the side panels using the 50mm screws. Place the back panel of the shelf down first to make sure this is at the right height before screwing it in. Follow this same process for the next five shelves. Remember to keep the white edge of the shelves facing up so it will be visible once assembled.  
  • Step 2. Attach the side and back panels

    Once you have screwed all the shelves in, you can flip the rack over and attach the other side panel. You will need to use your drill to screw this on, following your instructions. After attaching the side panel, drill the back panel onto the rack.
  • Step 3. Measure up for the adjustable feet

    If you want to use your wine rack as a base cabinet, you need to attach the adjustable feet. Using the measurements in your instructions, use your tape measure and square and mark the position for the feet. 

  • Step 4. Screw in the adjustable feet base

    Place the feet in position on the rack before you screw these in using your base plate to keep them straight. Make sure the tapered edges of the feet are facing out. Pre-drill your holes and then screw down the feet to the rack using the 28mm screws.

  • Step 5. Finish assembling the legs

    Now that you have attached the base for the adjustable feet, you can finish assembling these. Set each of the legs to the right height, using your square at 145mm, and your wine rack is ready to install. 

Tools and Materials

Tools

  • Drill
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Screwdriver
  • Square
  • Tape measure

Materials

  • Store bought wine rack with instructions
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