Guest Picks: Freestanding Wine Storage for All Tastes
We're juiced for these racks and cabinets from inexpensive to investment, in styles for a farmhouse to an industrial loft
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For the luxury crowd, a climate-controlled wine cellar may be the norm, but for the rest of us, even a small wine collection poses a real storage problem. Whether you’re saving a few bottles for special occasions or like to keep a larger stash on hand for parties, there are plenty of freestanding options available. The prices range quite a bit here, and there is something for all storage needs, spaces and styles. — Maggie from Maggie Stephens Interiors
Industry 12-Bottle Wine Rack - $79
I'd keep this pretty rack on a countertop or in the pantry, where the bottles would be easy to access.
Aiden Wine Tower - $499
For a rustic country look, a little distressed paint goes a long way. This is best for someone who entertains somewhat frequently and keeps more than eight bottles on hand.
Industrial Wine Console - $499
This is perfect if you don't store a lot of bottles and you need a multifunctional piece. Keep a few bottles close at hand and use the tabletop as a bar or for a decorative display.
Wire Wine Rack, Small - $99
I love this industrial look; it reminds me of vintage locker baskets.
Arthur Umanoff Wrought Iron Wine Rack
This wrought iron piece makes a graphic statement on its own, so if your supply dwindles due to a big party, it'll still look chic.
Rustic Wood Wine Storage Cabinet - $4,400
For a more extensive collection, dedicate a wall or closet to this beautiful storage piece. This is not for the casual collector — invest only if you have the wine to fill it.
Keraton Wine Cabinet - $849.95
Carved details make this piece a special feature of any living or dining space. With shelves behind the upper doors, two drawers and wine shelves behind the lower doors, it is unique, practical and beautiful. At less than $900, it's a great buy!
Graham Wine Cabinet - $599.95
I love the unusual texture on the doors of this piece as well as the minimal hardware.
Vintners Wall-Mount Wine Rack - $99
This is a fun statement piece that can show off fun labels, maybe in a casual dining area or a kitchen.
Clear Rack - $39.95
Stack a few of these for a wine collection that seems to float. I love this modern look.
Reclaimed Wood Wine Rack - $139.95
This shape is unusual, and the piece folds flat if you need to store it. I love the pairing of the rustic reclaimed wood with a modern aesthetic.
Stacked Wine Storage - $29.95
You can position these cool modern frames horizontally or vertically. I like the look of a few stacked horizontally on a buffet or sideboard.
Universal Expert Small Wine Rack - $70
Modern and sleek, this rack mounts to the wall to stay out of the way. It also has a cubby for your corkscrew and wine journal.
Bombay Davenport Cognac Open Wine Cabinet - $259.91
This is great bargain piece if you're looking to store more than a few bottles. Bonus: It has a removable tray top, so you can move the party to any location.
Eiffel Birch Wood Console - $429.91
This has wine storage at the bottom, shelves for glassware or display, and a nice tabletop for pouring a drink and grabbing a snack. It's part of a collection, so if you're looking for a matching buffet, you're in luck!
Verona Wine Rack - $599.99
Here's a weathered and worn piece with loads of character for when you want your pantry to feel like an Italian cellar.
Comstock Wine Rack - $199
Small and affordable, this little table could be easily tucked into a corner of the dining room. You can display flowers on top or use it as serving space during parties.
Pantry Collection Leather Wine Bottle Holder - $149.95
I've seen this style pop up in several places recently. The iron and leather mixture of this middle-range rack, which holds 10 bottles, is really different and has a bit of an equestrian vibe.
Heera Wine Rack - $49.95
This is a pretty little wooden rack with exotic details.