12 Stylish, Small Space Friendly Wine Racks We Love

updated Mar 24, 2021
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Attention all wine lovers: You don’t need to hide your wine in your bottom cabinets anymore. Let your love for merlot take center stage in your interior decorating with the help of design-forward wine racks. Rather than simply storing your bottles on the bottom shelf of your bar cart, you can incorporate them into your room’s decor with the help of some seriously stylish wine storage. From industrial grid racks for the serious vino aficionado to dignified leather racks for those with elevated tastes to playful honeycomb racks for those who like to be a little tongue-in-cheek with their decor details, there’s something for everyone (and If you’re more of a DIYer, we’ve got ideas for easy wine racks you can make yourself, too). Below, we rounded up 12 of our favorite picks for everyone from the casual wine drinker to the connoisseur. But be warned — you might end up stocking up on more than one.

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Add some edge to your kitchen with the help of this leather and metal wine rack. It can hold up to four bottles at a time, so you can rotate between reds and whites, depending on whether you cooked pasta or fish that night. Think four bottles of wine is child's play? I like your style. There’s also an eight-bottle rack available.

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Channel your inner "Great Gatsby" (minus the tragic ending) with the help of this Art Deco-inspired wine rack. Great for small apartments or houses that already have gold-finish hardware, this hanging rack can hold up to six bottles of wine or champagne. Get to popping.

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World Market
was $19.98

It might look like Connect 4, but this rustic A-frame wine rack can hold up to six bottles and costs less than $20. The wood brings an organic element to the room, and its minimalist design is sleek and unobtrusive.

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This 12-bottle wine rack looks just like a crate, but with an industrial twist. Give your kitchen an urban feel with this impossible-to-miss wine rack.

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Crate & Barrel

With its honeycomb shape, this 11-bottle wine rack is tidy and sleek. You can also choose between four different colors: copper, gold, graphite, or silver.

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was $126.00

For the serious wine drinker with more bottles of wine than a fine dining establishment, this floor wine rack is a contemporary way to display your impressive collection. You can store up 144 bottles here, and its minimalist and compact design creates a lot of storage without taking up too much space.

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Harlequin Illusions

If you really want a statement piece, go for this wine rack that doubles as an optical illusion. Former illusionist Tony Potter designed the Pinetti wine rack as a way to combine his two passions – magic and woodworking – and each piece is handmade in Virginia wine country. It’s the perfect solution if you need help making those wine bottles disappear.

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This clear wine rack (sold singularly) can stack up to three high. Its acrylic construction gives it a very minimal, modern aspect that doesn’t add visual clutter – perfect for small spaces that already have a lot going on.

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The Container Store

This no-fuss wine rack from The Container Store is both economical AND attractive. This particular size holds eight bottles, but there’s also a less expensive four-bottle option if you’re looking for something smaller. If it’s more space you need, these racks are easily stackable.

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Pottery Barn

This easily portable wine rack perfectly captures that rustic farmhouse feel. One box can hold up to 12 bottles, or you can stack them to add more space and really play up the traditional wine cellar vibe.

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World Market

If you need storage for 44 bottles, you must really, really like wine – no judgment here. This larger rack will accommodate your collection easily (and fairly economically), and its light wood finish will fit with any design style.

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If you’re lacking in space, try displaying your wine collection on your wall instead. This hanging wall wine rack from Anthropologie combines an industrial structure with more traditional wood touches to create a wholly modern and sophisticated storage solution.

This post was originally published on June 2, 2019, and was last updated on March 24, 2021 to reflect current prices and offerings. Sarah M. Vazquez also contributed to reporting.