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I like the relative simplicity of the design and that you used salvaged materials.

I actually think I like the simplest one the best, the one that doesn't hold glassware. If you have a bottle on the top of this one, and nothing below, is it relatively stable, or a bit tipsy? Do you need to pay attention to bottle placement on any of these three, as far as keeping things "balanced out," or is that not an issue?

I suppose you could even make one that hold a couple of bottles, plus four glasses, then put a carrying handle on top. That way, when company comes over, you've got everything all together and can bring it out all at once for a nice setup.

What other designs do you have?
 

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Stunniingly simple yet effective…looking forward to your posts…
 

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I will send you a few. The biggest problem I had was the balance, but after a few times of trying different length of feet and cut angle I got it down pretty well.

The Tall one I have that holds 7 bottles yes placement of the rack need to be thought out.

The one that looks like a " T " needs to have some " out rigger " type feet put on it also but is pretty stable. Its wide enough to keep a pretty good balance.
 

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cool designs.
 

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Good use of salvaged material. May keep these in mind as ideas for gifts.

CtL
 

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What a great idea, and great design!
 
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