Email Answered: Wine Bottles in Home Decor??

I got an email from a high school friend (Who is also my cousin…we found out 2 years ago.  We have the same great-great grand parents! Crazy, right?! I was blown away!)

Anyway, her dilemma?  She has wine bottles and wants to know if there’s any way she can use them in her home decor.  She’s seen options for using the corks on display in vases and bowls, for example, but nothing for actual wine bottles.

So check out what I found…

Use a glass cutter and make vases!

This is one of the easiest and more thought of options.  You can also just use the wine bottles as is minus the label.

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Use them as outdoor torches for your patio.  I don’t think I would have thought of this one.  Very creative.  Your neighbors will have backyard envy!

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If you’re REALLY talented try this chandelier!  I love these.  They are so at home in this rustic and modern space, but would be just as at home in a funky loft.

Here’s the top of my kitchen cabinet.  Believe it or not, some of these were left by the previous owners of my house.  The others I bought at Pier1. Wine bottles would work just as well.  Don’t forget to mix and match different colors if you have them.  Keeps things interesting.

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Do you guys have any other ideas?  Share with us!

Chezik!  Hope this helped ; )


3 thoughts on “Email Answered: Wine Bottles in Home Decor??

  1. che says:

    SO perfect!!! all of these ideas are great, but i LOVE LOVE LOVE the chandelier idea. i definitely have some inspiration to do some fun things with these bottles!! thanks raynee!!!!!

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