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22 thoughts on “DIY Built-in Wine Fridge – NewAir 46 Bottle 24"

  1. Christie 1231 says:

    Hi Toni! You must be known among your family and friends as the "Hostess with the Mostest!" What a functional yet attractive idea. I just love your videos, please keep them coming. Blessings to everyone, spring is on the way! <3 🙂

  2. stanley jones says:

    Hi toni i have been a big fan of yours for years…….you can sell me hot bottle water.Your delivery is so calm and nice.I love the wine fridge ,,,,this is on my list.Thank you for always sharing.

  3. Synovia Wingate says:

    Great job Toni. Love the step by step instructions. I also converted an old TV armoire into a bar. Such a huge amount of storage for serving pieces, party things.
    Thanks for sharing! Toni do you have faux locks? They look amazing 😍.

  4. Adrienne Burke says:

    Wonderful idea. Your wine fridge and bar area turned out so lovely and practical. A little concerning to see those guys cutting your countertop without wearing safety glasses. Once again, another beautifully creative design! Cheers! 🍷🥂

  5. James Gutman says:

    Wow, total waste of time and cheap. Why convert your living room to a wine bar? You could have easily removed a cabinet in your kitchen which I’m sure has junk in it you have not touched for several years and saved money and energy instead of buying new cabinets for an already cluttered area. Your home would be one that I would immediately pass on or if I got it cheap enough demolish and renovate the cluster you created.

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