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This Bespoke Gin Rack Will Keep Your Gin Bottles Pride of Place

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When your love affair with gin begins, the collection starts with a bottle, maybe two. The bottles start multiplying and before you know it, they need their own organisational system.

If you fancy something a little different to a bar trolley, or even simply a cupboard, consider a custom wooden gin rack.

An Etsy shop owner has created brilliant solution for your gin organisational needs. Our Home to Yours on Etsy creates custom gin racks from reclaimed wood. That means each piece is one of a kind, with its own lovely personality with “cracks, splits, knots, twists, shakes and bows.”

The stained and waxed 100 cm (about 3’4″) wide rack is a decorative piece on its own that will definitely impress visitors. Treating gin like artwork will certainly show guests how serious you are about gin.

If you have a larger collection, the 100cm rack includes space for 6 copa glasses.

 

The racks are made to order, so buyers can customise the sizing to fit their individual gin collection. Although you may want to factor in room to grow…

Our Home to Yours is a small family run business, run by a couple from their own at-home workshop in Derby. The duo handpick reclaimed wood and personally create the perfect finish for each piece.

We reckon this would be a great piece of home decor. It’s also wedding season, so a gin rack could be a special gift for any newlyweds.

And if gin isn’t your only love, the shop also creates custom wine racks. You can also furnish your home with their upcycled bath tray on which to place a good book and an equally good G&T.

A bespoke gin rack from Our Home To Yours is available to purchase online, £53. Enquire for custom sizing


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