Storage racks for wine and wine glasses
If you enjoy a regular glass of wine, you'll benefit from having a dedicated piece of furniture for storing your wine collection and stemware. Even though most average homeowners don't have a wine cellar, it doesn't mean you can't organize your wine collection in an aesthetically pleasing manner. Wine racks come in a wide variety of styles that you can seamlessly integrate into just about any kitchen or living room, no matter what your personal tastes may be.
Decorative Wine Racks
Choosing a wine storage rack doesn't have to be boring. With all the choices available, you can easily find a wine rack that suits your personality and home décor. Here are just a few of the options available to you:
- A wooden wine rack is a classic option. You can purchase simple wooden wine racks for an affordable price. As an alternative, hand-carved wine racks not only look beautiful, but can serve as a conversation piece as well.
- A metal wine rack is often designed with beautiful patterns that don't just hold wine bottles, but also bring a bit of art into the kitchen as well. Depending on the amount of money you want to spend, you select an elaborate or a simple piece.
- Wrought iron wine racks add a bit of class. These wine racks are reminiscent of the design flair of bygone centuries and are perfect for those that truly love everything about wine.
Wine Storage for Small Homes
You don't have to bury your wine bottles atop cabinets and in kitchen shelving just because you live in a small home. Here are some space-saving options to consider:
- A hanging wine rack can be attached to the ceiling to create room for storage without taking away valuable living space.
- The wall mounted wine rack is another wonderful option. They look like oversized peg boards that wine bottles can slide into, and are innocuous enough to be placed anywhere in your home.
Wine Glass Storage
If you have an extensive collection of stemware, you should definitely consider adding a hanging wine glass rack to your home. These racks attach to the ceiling, and the glasses are slid in upside-down. This creates a beautiful effect that will accentuate your kitchen décor.
Written by Amy Brantley