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Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

Posted by slc2053 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 14, 07 at 21:45

Hi..

We remodeled our kitchen with maple cabinets and a custom stain. We want a maple stemware rack for attachment to the bottom of a cabinet above our wine/beverage cooler. I can't find a size to purchase and a "friend" who said he'd make us one hasn't gotten around to it and I don't think he ever will! ;-) Does anyone know of someone I can send photos and dimension to that can make me one? We just want a simple one that you typically see (something like in first photo below) to go under our cabinet (second photo below).

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We want it unfinished as we have the stain we used on our cabinets and we'll stain it to match.

Thanks in advance!!

Suzanne in Johnstown, PA


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RE: Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

That would be a piece of cake for any small shop. Have you asked any local guys besides the "friend?"


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RE: Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

Hi,
This is a stock item. Rockler sells it by the foot (or inch). Most all cabinet manufacturers offer it as an option.
Casey

Here is a link that might be useful: assembled stemware holders


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RE: Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

Send me the measurements and I will make it for you.


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RE: Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

Thanks oldscout!

May I ask what you'd charge as someone emailed me personally after seeing my post and said "custom" made stemware rack could be quite expensive!

Thanks


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RE: Need maple stemware rack!! Can anyone help?

oldscout..can you email me? I tried to email you but your email address wasn't available on "My Page". My email address is on "My Page." Thanks.


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