Retail Grocery Store Wine Bottle Merchandiser

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I'm working on a new project to design a 3 tier, metal, wine bottle merchandiser.
3-tier freestanding display rack
Fits 6 bottles per tier – bottles are 293mm x 92mm (11-1/2” x 3-5/8”)
Small/Med Footprint
Shoppable from both sides would be nice, however, not a requirement
Either metal or acrylic (open to other materials that will give a sleek, polished look)
Clean lines, art deco inspired style The fixture will have 3 tiers, hold 6 bottles per tier (3 facings across the front x 2 deep). The fixture will need a 6" base plate to keep to FDA store requirements of all food/drink off the floor at 6".
The approximate height will be 52" + a sign holder/sign channel that will allow the store to slide in a 5/16" thick plastic sign.
The approximate side to side width will be 18" and the approximate back to front depth will be 15"
PANTONE Colors you can use are
Pantone 215C, 166C, 709C, 382C 116C, 3025C, 3125C, 3285C, 2915C.
The fixture can be powder coated/painted in one or several of these colors.
Don't Wants:
I'd like to see designs, preferably created in 3d modeling, Solidworks, Sketchup, Illustrator etc.
Ask for Sample:
Would like to see a fully rendered design from 3-4 angles; Top, Front, Side and 3/4 view.


= Buyer's Rating
#17 Retail Grocery Store Wine Bottle Mercandiser by adeshi
Aug 10, 2021 19:30
#15 Wine Rack by Allen Christopher
Aug 10, 2021 18:42
#13 Wine holder by S_İZCİ
Aug 9, 2021 22:05
#12 Wine Rack Merchandiser by Russel_72
Aug 9, 2021 17:40
#9 Sleek Stand by Rodaditya
Aug 8, 2021 14:12
#8 Drafthouse Wine Rack by ChadATDrafthouse
Aug 7, 2021 20:53
Aug 7, 2021 16:57
#6 WINE GRIPPER by sanju
Aug 7, 2021 16:05
#5 Wood by benalia
Aug 7, 2021 11:19
#3 Wine Rack by haroldj
Aug 6, 2021 18:07
#2 MickyMac by mickc1
Download Files
Aug 6, 2021 14:36
#1 Wine Bottle rack for Merchandiser by sanju
Aug 6, 2021 14:12


Thu, 05 Aug 2021 16:22:45 +0000
I uploaded a pdf to show samples of other retail wine merchandisers
Thu, 05 Aug 2021 15:55:06 +0000
anyone know how to attach files to this project?
Thu, 05 Aug 2021 15:41:56 +0000
Do you have any rough sketches sir, so that I can get a clear perspective of what you need and can work accordingly.



Thu, 05 Aug 2021 11:47:14 +0000
Hi, ya did you just reduce the first prize?


Wed, 04 Aug 2021 11:12:24 +0000
Do you want POSm, or it's a simple merchandiser ?
Wed, 04 Aug 2021 08:08:50 +0000
Please pre-pay!

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