A 48-inch wine bottle rack next to an upper cabinet in the butler’s pantry offers another storage option for wine or bottles of sparkling water. The butler’s pantry backsplash with deep emerald hexagon ceramic tiles with white non-sanded grout coordinates with the backsplash in the kitchen.
This whimsical wine rack floats bottles upside down, giving new meaning to the phrase, "Bottoms up!" Friends and family are sure to ask where you got this rustic wine rack. Tell them it's available at Dot & Bo.
To give a wet bar a dose of witty personality, consider an easy DIY project: covering the backsplash area with used corks. "It’s a great conversation-starter,” says Luke Perisich of Blue Sky Building Company. “If anyone asks, just claim you can't remember drinking all those bottles."
A shiny wood-like tile wall provides an unusual backdrop for the patterned upholstered bench in this contemporary kitchen breakfast nook while wine bottles and glasses are stored in a leaning minimalistic wine rack.
Instead of hiding away serving ware in a closed-off cabinet, choose the prettiest pieces to display on open shelves. Here, wine glasses and platters join a collection of glass bottles and antique teacups to dress up a dining room.
The white backsplash that surrounds the cooktop in this kitchen has a lovely, textural surprise. The tile is gracefully curved, as though around a wine bottle, a pretty way to bring dimension to the walls.