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Welcome to the daily series, In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today we’re looking for wine racks that will hold all our wine, but not too tightly!
Whether you’ve got a professional wine cellar or just a personal stash of two-buck chuck, you need a wine rack of some sort. Wine racks can be built out of a number of different materials, varying in size and style. Check out this round up of storage solutions to hold your chardonnay and Malbec.
Industrial Reclaimed Wine Rack in Chicago, Illinois
Wine bar and rack made from reclaimed wood and industrial legs is perfect for entertaining in any modern space. Get it on Urban Woods Goods‘s Krrb corner, $495.
Unique Wine Rack Butcher Block Top in Brooklyn, New York
Handmade and the perfect recipient of many dinner parties. We’ll take it. From sylvainstufftosell‘s Krrb corner, $600.
Tall Wine Cabinet in Cincinnati, Ohio
This boasts a rack for storing wine glasses, a hardwood shelf and six racks for storing wine bottles. Available on Stefanie‘s Krrb corner, $500.
Swank Asian Style Wine Bar in New York, New York
This custom crafted über-swank wine and spirits cabinet looks like a Qing Dynasty wedding cabinet from the outside. However, remove the lynch pin, give the door a push and an internal rotating chassis spins around, revealing its secret alter identity as a fully functional home bar! We’re in awe of this find on A.B Landis‘s Krrb corner, $1549.
Bicycle Wine Rack in Brooklyn, New York
Remember: She who brings the booze automatically becomes the most popular. So use this bicycle rack and you’ll be the life of the party (or picnic). Get this bicycle acessory on Eleanor’s Krrb corner for $42.50.
Modern Wine Rack in Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Chrome and plastic mod wine rack—just the right size for a counter top or sideboard! This unusual hexagonal shape holds six wine bottles! Available on Homeworx‘s Krrb corner for $38.
Leather Wine Rack in Brooklyn, New York
This Arthur Umanoff leather cascade wine rack sometimes gets mistaken for a Paul McCobb design. Either way, it’s a very handsome and functional Mid-Century icon, this one in the hard-to-find 8-bottle size. Find it on Mike‘s Krrb corner for $499.