Attractive wine racks help you organize your wine collection with style!
Wine racks add that extra touch of elegance to a room whether its for your kitchen, bar or cellar. From decorative to practical ideas, wine storage is available in all shapes and sizes. Decorate a counter, a corner or a whole room with a variety of wines, organized in elegant fashion. No matter where your wine rack is intended to go, the purpose is to display your wine collection and show off your passion for wine.
To help you decide what type of†rack is right for you or that special someone, you should consider where it will go, kitchen or cellar, and what material would best suite that need.
Iron wine racks are both stylish and sturdy, and come in a variety of designs, often emulating grape and vine patterns. Wood racks are made from a large selection of woods, with the most popular being solid oak, cedar, redwood and mahogany. Much of the wine storage made by heavy wood can also be used as a counter or tabletop, and we all could use more counter space. Lighter woods such as pine are used for more basic and practical wine storage such as stackable racks and bin racks that hold large amounts of wine at cost effective pricing. If you are in the market for a wine rack for your kitchen or bar, consider a hanging wine glass rack that holds wine bottles on top, and lets your stemware hang down.
- Solid Oak
- Plastic with metal
- Wood with metal
Wine cabinets are for the serious wine collector, as they have a door to protect the wine collection, while letting admirers view the precious stock. A wrought iron wine rack or cabinet can often be so artistic that it is the center piece of your room, and certainly an impressive conversation piece.
Before deciding what style of wine rack you want, you should have already decided how much wine it needs to hold, and where it will go. Small wine racks can go in the kitchen or living room, and can sometimes double as bookends. Wall mounted wine racks often hold around 5 or 6 bottles of wine and can fit in your kitchen if your kitchen isnít already over-crowded.
- Stackable racks
- Free standing racks
- Wall mounted racks
- Counter top stands
- Hanging wine and stemware racks
- Wine cellars with refrigeration
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