Adding Wine Storage to Your Kitchen: From a Little Bit to a Whole Lot

Adding Wine Storage to Your Kitchen: From a Little Bit to a Whole Lot

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Nancy Mitchell
Jun 28, 2016
(Image credit: Pocket Witch)

So maybe you like wine. Maybe you want to add a little wine storage to your kitchen, so you can have a few bottles on hand when you need them. Maybe you want to add a lot of wine storage to your kitchen. We're not here to judge. We're just here to present you with these ideas, from the practical to the practically absurd, for stowing a few bottles in a space of pretty much any size.

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In this kitchen from BHG, just a tiny portion of the open shelving is set aside for wine.

(Image credit: Martha O'Hara Interiors)

The wine bottle storage in this kitchen from Martha O'Hara Interiors fills a spot at the end of the countertop that's not quite big enough for a traditional cabinet.

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The UK home of an artist and a furniture designer, spotted on Pocket Witch, includes this creative use of cabinet space.

(Image credit: Woon Home)

This unconventional built-in wine rack from Woon Home makes quite an impression.

(Image credit: The Glitter Guide)

From The Glitter Guide: One way to make use of the space above your fridge.

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From Trendland, a metal grid that holds enough wine bottles for quite some time (or maybe just one really epic party).

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Copper rods form elegant wine storage in a Hungarian loft spotted on Home DGSN.

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