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Wine Glass Storage for Every Style and Budget

Display your favorite wine glasses in style or keep them safely in storage with these nifty wine glass racks and organizers.

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Photo: Regan Wood. From: Allison Lind.

Wine Bar ... Cabinet

Why does liquor have to be the star of a liquor cabinet? If you're more of a wine drinker, turn a liquor cabinet into a wine cabinet stocked with glasses for each type of wine on each shelf. We love this Art Deco antique cabinet for champagne enthusiasts. Just picture it stocked with coupe glasses.

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Mirror, Mirror on the Bar

If you already have a well-stocked bar cabinet or bar cart, you can add a bar mirror to create a larger vignette and add extra storage without sacrificing floor space. This clever-yet-practical mirror from Pottery Barn features six rows of hanging wine glass storage.


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Photo: Ryan Hainey Photography. From: Deep River Partners, Ltd..

Secret Sip Station

Breakfast bar? Nope. It's been reimagined as a semi-disguised wine bar between tall cabinets. Pocket doors slide open to reveal shelves of wine glasses and a mini fridge perfect for chilling whites and rosés.

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Hutch Heaven

Instead of a bar cabinet, a larger hutch is great if you like to keep all of your glassware and serve ware together. Typically, we see a hutch in the dining room for fine china, but this hutch from Pottery Barn features a built-in shelf for hanging wine glasses and stemware.


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