DIY Reclaimed Wine Glass Rack
Cut 4 small strips of wood for each holder. Two of the strips of wood should be thicker (approx. 1/4″, thick enough for the base of a wine glass) and two thinner strips of wood to mount on the thicker piece (approx. 1/8″) The number of holders you will have depends on how long your shelf is. Also, the length of the strips depends on how deep your shelf is, my shelf was thin so the strips were only 5″ long (enough to hang one glass on each in most cases)
Using a staple wood glue first, then a staple gun, attach the strips of wood (the thinner piece overlapping the thicker piece) onto your shelf. Use a wine glass to make sure that you space the hangers appropriately. * Make sure to leave a space for mounting your shelf brackets, I chose to mount my brackets on the far outside ends of my shelf so I left approx. 4″ on both sides.
Repeat the same process across the bottom of your shelf until you reach the desired number of hangers…
Mount your shelf brackets in the space you originally allotted for them. I choose to use basic, industrial shelf brackets (purchased at Home Depot), I spray painted them hammered nickle to give them a more rustic, industrial look.
Mount your shelf to the wall and enjoy your Reclaimed Wine Glass Rack!