Sunday, May 23, 2010
Want a stunning table-top wine rack? This one by Anthony David Oliver shows "sold out" on his Etsy store, but at least one other site says it's in stock. Update on Aug. 11, 2012: It doesn't seem that Oliver has an Etsy store any more, and I'm not seeing any site selling this.
But maybe you're not looking to spend $250 for a rack that holds six bottles. Here's a less-expensive option from Restoration Hardware - with a very different look. [via Uncrate] Update on Aug. 11, 2012: Restoration Hardware no longer sells this wine rack.
Or you could get a 6-bottle felt wine rack from Etcetera Media. This green-grey color combination is sold out, but there are other dual-color options. A single-color version is also available. [via Swiss Miss] Update on March 3, 2011: Etcetera Media has closed up shop.
This rack is one of the Bali series from Oenophilia, available in various sizes and colors. You can find these all over the place: Target, etc.
Another interesting option is the Zigzag wine rack, made from Syntrewood: "a mixture of recycled thermoplastic synthetics and paper by-products." [via Better Living Through Design]
And here's a stacking wine rack, from Zack - something a bit different from other stacking racks I've seen. [via From Europe] Update on Aug. 11, 2012: I'm no longer finding this product.
Returning to gorgeous wood-working, here's the Vin-O Wine Rack by SIDD - not inexpensive, but a work of art. [via Furniture Fashion] Update on Aug. 11, 2012: I'm no longer finding this wine rack.
And let's end with something really special: a custom under-stairs wine cabinet. This is just one of the many options from Vinotemp.
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