10 Inspiring Wine Rack Ideas For Home Décor

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No matter if they have dozens of vintage bottles or just a few on hand for their next dinner party, oenophiles and casual wine drinkers alike require some wine storage facility to keep their wine.  

In addition to the hundreds of wine rack models available on the market designed to be simple solutions, many of these products can also be easily replicated as homemade DIY projects. These wine rack designs will serve as inspiration for your next homemade project, though many of them are also available to purchase. 

1. Artistic Display 

While many wine racks are designed to keep your wine hidden away, this style showcases your prized bottles as works of art. This round, wall-mounted wine rack is made of solid wood, an eye-catching visual centerpiece for a dining room or kitchen. Because wine bottles should be stored on their sides to avoid the corks from drying out, this is also a practical solution. 

Residents of small apartments will appreciate the compact design of this highly rated wine rack, which holds four standard wine glasses and four bottles of wine. It is available on Amazon and has received a high rating.  

To ensure maximum durability, it is constructed from wood and powder-coated iron. The four non-slip pads on the bottom of the rack prevent the rack from sliding out of place when it is in use. Assembly is a breeze, as only four screws are required to assemble the rack in its entirety. 

3. Retro Wall-Mount 

Display your favorite bottles with this wall-mounted wine rack available on Amazon, which holds seven bottles in an eye-catching staggered design and is available in several colors. It measures 14.96 inches in width by 3.35 inches in depth by 27.17 inches in height, and it comes with all the required hardware. This style would be simple to replicate as a DIY wine rack for those just starting woodworking. 

4. Wall of Wine 

Do you have an extensive wine collection and want to display it in a contemporary art setting? Using wood paneling with holes crafted to fit the neck of a wine bottle, you can create a wine rack that covers the entire wall. If you are looking for a conversation starter, this is the project for you. 

5. Contemporary Geometric 

This slim geometric wine rack from Amazon fits on the counter and doubles as a cabinet insert. It has nine hexagonal storage slots and measures 15.2 by 7.7 by 7.3 inches in total. The top row is open, allowing for the storage of larger or unusually shaped bottles. The rack is made of matte black metal with a scratch-resistant finish to ensure that it retains its appearance for years to come. 

6. Cellar-Style Storage 

Crafting a homemade wine rack like this one, which features notched wood that’s designed to hold all of your precious bottles, can help you create a home wine cellar. This could be made into a do-it-yourself wine rack with the right skillset and materials. Check that the space in your basement can be hermetically sealed to ensure the best possible wine preservation conditions before converting it into a cellar. 

7. All-in-One Cabinet 

Use an all-in-one solution, such as this one from Bon Augure, which is available on Amazon, to combine your wine rack with a liquor cabinet. A closed cabinet for storing wine glasses and spirits, as well as an open area large enough to hold ten wine bottles, make this a comprehensive solution for all your alcohol storage needs. Due to the weight capacity of the top shelf alone, this surface can be used to display decorative items or to hold additional bottles as required. 

8. Barrel-Style 

Wine bottles can be stored in this barrel-style wine rack with a unique retro design and can hold up to 18 bottles. It measures 24 inches in height, 23.25 inches in width, and 10 inches in-depth, and it is made of fir, giving it a rustic appearance. Without using any additional equipment, one of these racks can be stacked on top of two others in a triangle-shaped configuration. A version of this may also be possible using an old barrel that you may already have lied around. 

9. Rustic Riddling Rack 

Invented by Madame Clicquot, the owner of Veuve Clicquot champagne and founder of the brand, riddling racks are used in the traditional process of making champagne. These devices are intended to tilt bottles at an angle, allowing yeast and sediment to accumulate near the opening and eventually be removed. Also, useful as rustic wine bottle storage, they can be easily fashioned into a simple DIY wine rack by following the instructions on the package. 

10. Zig-Zag Rack 

This handcrafted wooden wine rack from Etsy has a distinctive zig-zag design that is both functional and visually appealing at the same time. It is available in many sizes that can hold anywhere from 4 to 16 bottles each. A variety of finishes are available to customers, including Dark Walnut, Golden Oak, Red Mahogany, True Black, and many more options. The design of this wine rack can serve as inspiration for novice woodworkers who want to create their own DIY wooden wine racks. 


We hope that these beautiful designs will inspire you to include a wine storage rack in your kitchen as well as these examples. If you are interested in learning more about similar design concepts, visit our blog section or schedule an appointment with one of our designers right away. So, what are you waiting for? Get started today! Make your decision today and prepare to become the proud owner of a modern and functional modular kitchen. 

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