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    DIY Lattice Wine-Rack Kitchen Cabinet

    by Heide Braley
    Creating a nook for storing wine bottles in your kitchen is convenient, and if built into the cabinetry is usually handsome. The glass bottles add a touch of sophistication to normal cabinets. Since the majority of kitchens do not have a wine rack built into the cabinetry, you can create your own ra...
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