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Kitchen-Organizing DIY Island

with Wine Storage

By: mejones for instructables.com
Kitchen-Organizing DIY Island
Kitchen-Organizing DIY Island
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One thing we never seem to have enough of is space, especially in the kitchen. This Kitchen-Organizing DIY Island with Wine Storage maximizes storage space with two shelving areas beneath the table-top work space. Never be far from a wine bottle with the spacious DIY wine bottle holder that makes up the middle level of this homemade island. Not a wine drinker? Not a problem! This storage space can easily house pans, bakery items, or any other non-refrigeratable item. This beautiful wood island is the perfect kitchen solution for lack of space.

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsWood

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Intermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

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Our kitchen used to be super tiny. Then we took out a wall and opened it into the living area and so it has increased in size to being Small but the great news for us is that we have space for an island just like this one. It might be Intermediate but it seems to me that if one reads the instructions carefully and takes it slowly it is not at all difficult.

I love this DIY island for my apartment kitchen. I like this island especially because it costs almost nothing to make I don't have much space in my kitchen for a bigger island. This could still store so many things in my kitchen though. Thanks for the idea.

I know this kitchen organizing island says intermediate and I hope I can manage it. It looks absolutely lovely and maybe a bit out of my league as I am not used to working with wood but I'm willing to give it a go. These days the DIY stores are very helpful and will sell you ready made cut pieces of wood to your specifications so that will make everything easier.

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