Like items grouped together become so much more than clutter. They're an ever-so-fun artistic display! A niche in this dining room shows off glass bottles and a collection of wonderfully mismatched teacups.
Thick bluestone shelves provide color and complement the room's stone walls. When grouped in threes, accent items feel especially pleasing to the eye, as is the case with these vintage green glass bottles.
Check out the clever design of this corner kitchen that packs in tons of storage and top-of-the-line amenities with sleek efficiency. A rippled pendant light and green and blue glass bottles soften the design's contemporary edge.
The bold blue color and X pattern of the stair railing adds a strong design element in an otherwise light, bright color palette in this New Hampshire coastal home. The stairs run the course of three floors, and the blue railing unifies other blue accents used throughout the home. A chandelier made from glass bottles adds a touch of whimsy.
Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer Design used a vintage papier-mache vase in the Mexican folk art style of Gemma Taccogna on a tray. Glass bottles fill out the space without detracting from the vase’s vivid design.
Colorful glass bottles organized in a captivating design create a unique accent wall space. Glass shelves support the bottles in a mix of horizontal and vertical rows. A metal background caches the light for increased illumination and reflection.
Warm lighting creates an inviting feel in this dining space. Shelf lighting illuminates the glass bottle wall drawing the attention in the room to the organized rows of green, brown and clear glass. Wood tables and chairs with wicker seat cushions line the floor below rows of recessed lighting and a spotted ceiling.