A custom built-in provides ample storage in the open dining room and sets the stage for entertaining. We love how the piece integrates storage for both wine bottles and glasses in a simplistic fashion.
A collection of wine bottles separates the living room from the rest of the home. Displaying a wine collection allows for easy access during dinner parties, as well as a functioning as an eye-pleasing room divider.
A long storage table turns this awkward wall into a functional space to store books, wine bottles and tabletop accessories. A bar stool fits under the unit to create a makeshift desk, and colorful art and a wooden sculpture hang above the table to add interest to the mostly neutral space.
When entertaining space is tight, you need stylish furniture pieces that do double duty. This Barrel Stave Bistro Table from NapaStyle with arched legs made from genuine barrel staves fits the bill. The handmade table includes two shelves for storage of glasses and wine bottles, with a smooth pine top for rustic dining.
A built-in wine rack filled with dozens of wine bottles is part of this narrow dining room. An iron chandelier hangs from the ceiling which is made of bricks, and the wood dining room table is flanked by eight chairs.
Copper-toned furnishings are making a comeback, so why not add that accent to your wine rack? Swaddle your wine bottles with a do-it-yourself project that mixes copper pipe and faux leather. Get the full tutorial by Laurel Stavros of A Bubbly Life.
This rustic wine rack is anything but expected. Made by Cold Creek Brewing, it screws into the stud beside a door frame for sturdy construction that stands up to slamming doors. Guests will be as entertained by the storage solution as they are after two glasses of wine.
Use icicle lights to illuminate the edge of your walkway. Each of these small water bottles contains an “icicle,” and with the help of pencils poked into the soil, balance upside down to create a row of lights. You can also use wine bottles and beer bottles for a similar effect.
A clean and organized dry bar is a great option for a small nook. Here, a wine refrigerator and cabinet create the base of the bar. Above, built-in shelving and glass-front cabinets provide wine bottle and glass storage.
This large kitchen island offers useful workspace and storage and fills the floor space in the large, open design. The gray stone countertop shines under stainless steel pendant lights. One side of the island features built in wine bottle shelves.