This piece of Tennessee Cherry just screamed out to have the imperfection in the top of it drawn out in a special way, so we made it into one of our asymmetrical Incline Wine Racks.
We got the name for it from the incline railways we’ve seen in places like Chattanooga and in Switzerland (there’s two cities you might not have thought you’d ever seen mentioned together).
It features slices of 100-year old Tennessee Coal & Iron Company and Carnegie steel to hold the wine bottles.
Cap it off with the asymmetrical staggering of the holders (yes, we said staggering in describing our wine rack), and you have a one of a kind piece. Date nail number 45.