Curved cradles turn an ordinary pantry shelf into a beverage storage center and allow you to store wine — or even water or soda — bottles on their sides without fear of them falling off the shelf. Photo courtesy of transFORM
A decorative wrought iron piece is mounted to the wall of this wine cellar complimenting the iron chairs tucked against the wall. Natural wood wine boxes placed in the room add fitting and simple decor to highlight the theme. Built in bottle storage built from floor to ceiling maximizes the available space.
Think outside the bottle with this accordion-style rack that's typically used to store wine or bottles of Pellegrino. A wine rack in the bathroom is a clever way to keep a few towels right at hand. It's a perfect solution for a guest bathroom, so friends don't need to hunt down a clean hand towel. Simply roll up towels and place bath towels on top and smaller hand towels and washcloths in the spaces below. Design by Jen Jafarzadeh L'Italien. Photography by Charlotte Jenks Lewis
Wood crate storage brings personality to the entryway and host stand of this restaurant. Wine bottles and packaged food are displayed on the shelves leading to the simple wood stand. Next to the stand a tile wall draws the eye. The patchwork wall features neutral shades of orange, yellow and beige.
Wooden bottle racks stretch from floor to ceiling for optimal wine storage in this closet. The natural stone floor adds the feel of a wine cellar while the closet keeps the storage at a convenient location.
Experiencing real growth on the wine market are wines from Australia like 19 Crimes, a hyper-innovative brand that also features augmented reality labels which "come alive" when you download the 19 Crimes app. The criminal featured on the bottle describes why he landed in an Australian prison in this clever brand capitalizing on its Aussie origins. Pinot noir and chardonnay from this warm weather wine region continue to rise in popularity.
Its all about the wine in this small kitchen. Glass floating shelves house wine glasses, while the mobile island includes wine bottle storage. The island is trimmed with a stainless steel countertop and accented with wood cabinetry. A pair of wine bottle paintings add color to the space while gray kitchen counters complement the stainless island countertop.
An assortment of bottle storage shelves gives a pleasing look to this wine closet. A vintage corkscrew display is a simple and fitting way to decorate the space. The warm wood is balanced by cool toned countertop and stone floor tiles.