Wine bottles can be stored in a variety of ways, but if you intend to recreate the ambiance of an old, traditional wine cellar, you should perhaps consider getting a dark wood wine rack. Here’s a collection of products that will meet the needs of even the most demanding wine collectors and suit a variety of home styles.
Crafted from sturdy wood, this Wine Rack can be easily mounted on your kitchen wall. The rack holds up to 5 bottles of wine, accommodating them in horizontal position to prevent oxidation.
Beautiful and extremely practical rack for wine. It allows you to organize and very comfortable fit twelve bottles. At the same time, it does not take up much space. It provides easy access to each bottle. This makes it so practical.
pallet wine rack diy | ... wine rack using the remaining six screws two per post your wine rack
Reclaimed Pallet Wood Rustic Wine Rack Glass Holder with Shelf in Dark Distressed Wash Small Size
Palette bois 12 bottle Wine Rack étage sombre ou Counter Top rustique récupéré vin Stave, décor de cave à vin, rangement bouteille, vin on Etsy, 55,32 €
Light tile backsplash set on an angle to go with the Giallo Ornamental granite and dark cabinets.
our vintage home love LOVE the white base with stained wood top TABLE, with white chairs. Need to do this with our kids table!
This wall mounted wine rack includes shelves and decorative Mesh, wine and liquor shelf and cabinet. The wine rack does not need much space, and it can be mounted on the wall with 2 hanging brackets installed on back.
Reclaimed Wood Wine Rack - Pallet Wood Wine Rack - Dark Walnut, Brown or Natural (no color) Wine Shelf Eco Friendly on Etsy, $69.00
Make existing cabinetry function as a wet bar - think I may have to do this for our sports / bar room in the house!
I like the colours. would go well with the colour I would like the living room to be
Kitchen Remodel: Golden oak millwork, glazed oak floor and a new tone-on-tone stone backsplash. >>
Dark cabinets w wood floors I would do lighter cabinets up top to have some brightness!
Massive luxury white kitchen with extra long central island which includes wine rack. Island in dark wood while kitchen cabinets in white.
Reclaimed Wood Rustic Wine Rack Glass Holder with Shelf in Dark Distressed Wash Small Size on Etsy, $49.00
I like the rustic, but modern look of this kitchen, especially the screen door on the pantry. Nice. Fossil Gray Paint | Black Kitchen Cabinets | The Lettered Cottage
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Don't banish your wine to a dark cabinet! Have your favorite bottles ready to go by mounting a storage rack near your bar cart.
Transitional dining room. I like the black furniture with glass top table. Also, wet bar against the back wall replaces need for other furniture.
bar set up for a small space - I would do this with the diy wine bottle/glass holders from pallets. maybe make the cabinet/counter from pallets as well...
Hand made, great price, beautiful product. The only question is how many should I buy.
Super small wet bar, 1 beverage center and enough room for 1 cabinet. Like the wine storage but it's not really enough for me.
My daddy could make this for me. :) Wine Rack Reclaimed Pallet Wood Pallet Wine by JNMRusticDesigns, $85.00
Conversation Piece Wine Rack love this wood bottle and glass shaped wine cabinet!!!! Love it!!
I love the Dark grey cabinets and light grey tiles... with the wood. Awesome.
Kitchen - dark cabinets and wood floors. Upper cabinets with glass doors. Pendant lights - LOVE
Dark beautiful cabinetry. Awesome wine rack built into the wall, gorgeous stainless steel appliances. And a rustic, dark wood island. I. Want. All of it.
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Love these legs on the Eames shell chairs. Sexy black with wood - i like the way it tones it down instead of that same-old, same-old glossy glam thing.
Wine room design for our basement...this will be a work in progress!!! A wider bar and some stools will be a must (and way more wine storage!)