Add shelves to an area next to a counter or peninsula instead of hanging art or other wall treatments. X-shelves are perfect for holding wine bottles.
Include some wine cubbies in an island. The storage space in an island can sometimes be shallow due to clearance for plumbing or gas lines. This is the perfect opportunity to include a place for wine in the cabinet design.
Stylize a blank wall. This extra wall was wallpapered with burlap with hung with repeating store-bought wine racks. A walnut ledge offers a place for glasses during tastings. Lighting above illuminates the labels.
Look below the stairs. Many staircases have untapped storage space underneath. This is a perfect place to build in some shelves.
Design shelves for a corner banquette. These X-shelves take up minimal space. The table can hold wine-tasting glasses when it's not being used for dining.
Think of your kitchen storage in a new way. Instead of having doors on all your upper cabinets, turn one cabinet into handy wine storage.
Or make use of an extra bottom cabinet. Most cabinetmakers have several styles of wine racks they can incorporate into your built-ins.
Select wine-inspired furniture. This grapevine table creates a lovely tasting area. Small enough to fit in small areas, it can double as a breakfast table or work surface. Display bottles on top with glasses and openers.
Use a wine bottle in a beautiful holder as an accessory. Display in full view bottles that don't have to be chilled. The labels can be beautiful and add a personal touch. Also notice the wine barrel repurposed as a stool here.