7 Smart Ways to Store Your Stemware
If your wine glass collection just keeps growing (red wine, white wine, champagne flutes, coupes!) you’re going to run out of cabinet space soon. One of the best ways to store stemware is by hanging them upside down. Not only does that keep dust and dirt from collecting in the glasses, but it also makes it less likely that they’ll be knocked off a shelf and shatter into hundreds of tiny pieces.
Here are seven ideas for hanging your wine glasses that you can buy or DIY. We’ll raise a glass to that!
- Reese Wine Glass Wall Rack, $135 from Touch of Class: Our favorite part about this wall rack is that it’s made from reclaimed wine barrels.
- Tabletop Wine Glass Rack, $65 from Wayfair: Renters, if you can’t put holes in your wall, opt for this wine rack and just nestle it on to one of your bookshelves.
- Real Solutions Stemware Bracket, $17 from KV Kitchen & Bath Storage: Sometimes the simplest solution is best. These brackets can be attached to almost any shelf, and don’t forget — you can always spray paint them if chrome isn’t part of your decor.
- Vintage Hand Rake: This DIY wine glass storage only requires a flea market find. Or if you’re lucky, you might already have one lurking in the back corner of your garage.
- Wineglass Chandelier, $499 from Napa Style: While we can’t imagine that this would be a very practical solution, it definitely is a stunning one!
- Spectrum Diversified Wall Mounted Rack, $15 from Wayfair: Once again, we love a simple solution. This simple dowel rack could easily be painted to fit in with your decor.
- Reclaimed Wine Glass Rack: With a piece of reclaimed wood, a couple of brackets, and some scrap wood you can easily make this simple shelf. (The only tool you’ll need is a staple gun!)