I recently purchased a wine glass rack to install above my sink, to attach to the bottom side of the cabinets. The rack looks pretty much like this...
Anyway, I thought drilling relatively large holes in the cabinet for the screws and plastic anchors that came with the rack was a bit overkill for a wine glass rack. My next thought was, "hey, its an Airstream, why not rivet it?!". It turns out though that the thickness of the cabinetry is 5/8", and with the wine rack adding ~ 1/4 in thickness for the rivet to go through, I would need some long rivets. No problem, I thought...I will just hit up the local hardware store. However, no one seems to carry such long rivets. Enter the internet...where I can get 100 1" grip pop rivets for ~ $20. I only need 4. Well, maybe 5 or 6, because I will probably do a test rivet elsewhere to make sure it works.
So my questions are: Should I pursue the rivet option? If so, any suggestions on places to get fewer than 100? Or should I buck up and drill the bigger holes and use the screws and plastic anchors?
Ultimately, I have other things I would like to put in the trailer as well, (knife rack, towel racks etc.), and I would like to see what brilliant options are out for attaching things inside an AS without too much collateral damage.
Thanks! The wisdom of Forum crowd is much appreciated!