Forhoja

Published on October 21st, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Ride around Wine Glass Rack





Materials: Förhöja and two pieces of Lämplig

Description: I had some empty space in my kitchen and was looking for both some storage space as well as a wine glass rack. Since regular stores couldn’t supply this for me I decided to hack one myself.

The hack is simple but elegant. Starting with a Förhöja kitchen cart I added a wooden bar on the upper inside.

After that I prepared two Lämplig trivets and cut of all the rods at the end including the right-angled rod. This created the perfect ‘rack’ for the wine glasses. Since the cut-off rods are hollow, I push some gray caps in the holes

On the bar in the Förhöja kitchen cart I screwed the base-holders. The Lämplig trivets are placed in these ‘sockets’. Since these holders are not firm enough, I also screwed on a u shaped metal holder from my local hardware store.

The result is simple, but very effective wine glass holders which also looks great in my kitchen.

~ Chris van Baal, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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5 Responses to Ride around Wine Glass Rack

  1. Anonymous says:

    You’re kidding! I was trolling the Ikea site this last week looking for something to hack an upside-down wine glass rack from!
    If you don’t mind me asking; how’d you cut off the one end? I only have a hand saw, would that do the trick?

  2. Chris van Baal says:

    I wouldn’t recommend a handsaw. First of all it is gonna take you some time, secondly the bars are more prone to bend as they only rest on 1 right-angled bar. I did this myself using a dremel rotary tool, needing 2 cutting blades.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Chris, where did you find the end caps?

  4. Extremely delayed reply, but the end caps are caps that normally are used to cover screws. These caps lay around in a box somewhere in my house, so I have no idea where you can buy these as loose parts.

  5. Manshway says:

    Nice.. Looks like it holds about 20 glasses? Very cool!

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