How To Upcycle A Veneer Wine Rack

Spotted at an op-shop and bought for a couple of dollars, this veneer wine rack got a facelift and is now a fun and functional piece that would look great in any kitchen or living space.

You’ll be ready to pop your bubbles when entertaining and it’s guaranteed to be a great conversation starter.

There was slight damage to the rack, so the cracks were filled with timber filler, then lightly sanded, and any loose bits of veneer were glued back down. The rack was finished off with two coats of spray paint.

The rustic bedside table was found dumped by the side of the road and makes an ideal stand for the rack. It was simply sanded back to give it a distressed look.