Get crafty with place cards for your event. Emboss copper garden labels with the name of each guest, and then wrap them around the stem of inexpensive wine glasses so guests can take them home as a favor.
Cut a small slice off one side of a wine cork to create a flat surface, then cut a 1/4-inch-deep slit in the opposite side. Voila! You have a simple-yet-elegant place card holder for your next dinner party. You can even make these in bulk for a wedding — they’re that easy.
For an alternative use for wine glasses, place the wine glass upside down and use the bottom as a stand to display festive cupcakes.
Chic Tablescape From Katie and Nick's Contemporary Art Museum Wedding
This tablescape is the perfect mix of edgy and organic thanks to matte black chairs, textured tablecloths, rose-colored wine glass and floral centerpieces. As a nod to their contemporary art museum venue, the bride and groom also formatted the place cards like gallery placards.
Cozy Sitting Area Next to Wine Cellar
Conveniently located next to the wine cellar, a brown leather sectional and a hefty wood coffee table offer a cozy place to sit and enjoy a glass of wine (or two).
Yes, it's true; this state-of-the-art kitchen comes with its own wine cellar. To ensure that the feature complements the rest of the room, the design team outfitted the glass door with a copper handle and matching hinges.
Create a miniature paper tree village in the dining room or entryway. These are easy to make using card stock, wooden dowels and glue. Once complete, simply place inside glass cloches for a more permanent display.
Contemporary Seating With Rich, Wine-Inspired Upholstery
The deep purple upholstery of the contemporary seating serves as a nod to the many bottles of rich red wines stored in this basement's wine cellar. The chair and sofa are situated by an entertainment center and TV, providing a place to kick back with a glass in hand.
Chic Modern Bathroom Features Relaxing Bathtub & Storage Space
An exceptionally relaxing bathtub and additional storage were requests of the client, so designer Brooke Arciniega configured a space that allows the client and her husband to store additional clothes and a perfect place to set a wine glass.
The mood in this open concept great room is of uninterrupted space from inside to outside. Light pours in through walls of glass and clerestory windows. The fireplace gets a striking surround of copper. In one corner of the room, the wine cellar becomes an integral part of the visual display, which also includes a series of prints by Robert Motherwell.
Layering tones of blue and white with metal accents, botanical prints and potted plants creates an organic and natural seating area that is the perfect place to relax with a book or enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day.
French doors from the master suite lead to this spacious outdoor seating area. A mix of seating and matching tables are the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee or relax at the end of the day with a glass of wine.
Formal dining doesn't have to be fussy. The mismatched glass goblets and loosely arranged centerpiece keeps this table from feeling too stuffy, while sterling silver, linen napkins and place cards keep it dressy enough for holiday dining. Strike a balance that's comfortable for you, your family and guests.
The placement of the bar helps keep the conversation flowing while cooking. The homeowners and guests can dine on the glass-top table or in the lounge area. The arched doorway connects to family room for easy access. Inspired by the vaulted ceilings, designer Bea Pila added handmade copper lanterns to cast off a warm and comfortable ambience.