These homeowners loved their open floor plan, but they wanted to create separate spaces within their home while still maintaining visibility throughout the room. One solution? A glass wine rack that separates kitchen and dining room. Designers then blended the homeowners' traditional style with modern features to create a space that is inviting, warm and sophisticated.
Love pallets and wine? This set of two wine racks from Del Hutson Designs combines the two. Made of 100% reclaimed wood, each rack can hold eight wine bottles and up to nine stemmed wine glasses for the ultimate in pallet vino storage.
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.
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.
Penny tiles are used behind the stained concrete bar to create a cool backsplash display with the alphabet. Rows of wine glass racks flank each side for the bartender's handy access. Black leather barstools pull up to the bar, which also features a sleek penny tile facade.
This glamorous kitchen even includes a bar area with beautiful glass front cabinets, wine storage and a mini refrigerator. A low countertop separates it from the living room while still allowing easy access when entertaining.
This clever china cabinet not only has room for glasses and dishware. It also features a wine rack, a mirror and an elegant granite countertop that can double as a buffet. A chalkboard lets hosts inject personality into the scene.
Who wouldn't crave this elegant butler's pantry that houses a complete array of wine and sundries? Mary DeWalt used this out-of-the-way spot to feature this clever repository, replete with wine, glasses, cabinet and counter space, all decked out in the dark wood she used in other areas of the home.
Have an old hutch or cabinet at home that’s just collecting dust? Turn it into a beverage and food station for your outdoor entertaining area. Add a mini fridge and wine glass racks, and you’ll have yourself a multifunctional piece of furniture for serving and storage in no time.
In the dining space, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens added plenty of storage and a bar area. To add more display options and complete the design in the space, a vintage barn shutter was repurposed into a shelving unit that is illuminated by a bright, broadway light fixture. Vintage metal rakes on either side of the shelves were upcycled and used as wine glass racks.
An added touch just steps from the kitchen is this custom dry bar with wine rack. The cappuccino stained alder cabinets with frosted glass inserts and stone and glass linear backsplash complete the look.
Wine aficionados will delight over this contemporary wine cellar. Boldly patterned wallpaper makes a striking accent wall in the back of the room. Opposite the wine racks, floating shelves and cabinets hold glasses and other accessories.