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The 20 Coolest Wine Racks In 2022

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Whether you are a red, white or rosé fan, where and how you store your wine is something to take seriously – especially when updating your kitchen or dining room.  Investing in a quality wine rack not only keeps your bottles in tip top condition but can make a real design statement if you choose the right one for your home.   With so many different types of rack to choose from we decided to take a wine tour into what cool racks are available right now to come up with a list for 2022’s 20 coolest wine racks around.  So why not pour a glass of your favourite tipple, sit back and enjoy our picks.

Coolest Upmarket Wine Rack

1. This ultra-cool wine fridge is a cut above the rest.  It stores up to 144 bottles and can be set to two different temperatures – perfect for creating long term storage.  The top shelf can be tilted and the glass door is made from UV tempered glass to keep your best vintages in tip-top condition.  A touch screen control panel completes this highly sophisticated piece of kit, making you feel like a Bond villain as you regulate and store your wine.

Dimensions

H185.5cm x W60cm x D64cm

 

Material

Metal, UV tempered glass, oak wood shelves

 

Pros

  • Dual temperature
  • Large capacity

Cons

  • Not the cheapest
  • Takes up space

Coolest Compact Wine Rack

2. Simple is beautiful and this elegant design from Alessi Noè will look great on your kitchen worktop.  It looks particularly stylish if all the bottles are the same type, perfect if you buy your wine by the case.  It comes in black or white and holds 6 standard bottles.

Dimensions

H24 x W15.5 x D34.5cm.

 

Material

Thermoplastic resin

 

Pros

  • Designer finish
  • Compact

Cons

  • Self assembly required
  • Only holds 6 bottles

Coolest Industrial-style Wine Rack

3. This metal framed, bar cabinet lends an air of industrial chic to your wine storage. With room for 12 bottles of wine there is also hanging space for stemware above. Keep your ice bucket and extra glasses in the useful cupboards below. Featuring wire grid doors and a moody gun metal finish, your wine is stored, not only conveniently but stylishly too. It would look uber-cool in a New York loft space or warehouse style kitchen.

Dimensions
H151 x W61 x D42cm

 

Materials
Wood, metal, glass

 

Pros

  • Stylish, industrial design
  • Lots of extra storage

Cons

  • Pricey required
  • Only stores 12 bottles

Coolest Budget Wine Rack

4. Sophisticated, yet practical this neat wine rack is brilliant if you are short of counter and cupboard space. It is easily fixed to your existing cabinet and will hold 6 wine bottles as well as glasses. Constructed from steel with a black finish, it looks particularly stylish against the white tiles.

Dimensions
H18.5 x W54 x 11cm

 

Materials
Steel

 

Pros

Cons

  • Needs assembling
  • Only available in black

5. This industrial inspired wine rack holds 12 bottles and would suit a suitably eclectic room scheme. Works equally well on a table top or floor. Made of iron it has rubber feet so you don’t need to worry about scratching your polished floor or wooden table.

Dimensions
H60 x W38 x D15cm

 

Material
Iron

 

Pros

  • Quirky, industrial design
  • Holds 12 bottles

Cons

  • On the dearer side

6. Know any petrolheads? Perfect for their man cave this wine rack would surely be a talking point. Made from cast aluminium it holds 3 bottles and has a beautiful, wooden carrying handle for great portability.

Dimensions

H32 x W29 x D14cm

 

Materials
Aluminium

 

Pros

  • A real head turner
  • Sturdy

Cons

  • Only holds 3 bottles
  • Cost on the high side

7. Inject a touch of bistro style to your home with this compact wine rack. It incorporates a top basket shelf and loads of room to hang your glass collection. It’s also available in eye-catching bronze and will add instant impact to your wall space wherever you decide to place your wine rack.

Dimensions
80x35x27cm

 

Material
Wrought iron

 

Pros

  • Compact
  • Practical and beautiful design

Cons

  • Only hold 6 bottles of wine
  • High price tag

8. If you want to store quite a few bottles,  this industrial designed, funky wine rack would be perfect.  It can hold up to 21 regular, 75cl bottles.  Being on castors means you can move it easily and is useful when you have guests and would like to display your wines or if you want to clean under it.  For the amount of storage we think this is a great buy.  Made of iron it is strong and sturdy enough to hold your precious collection.

Dimensions
H76 x W31 x D19cm

 

Material
Iron

 

Pros

  • Sturdy
  • Portable
  • Holds 21 bottles

Cons

  • Self-assembly
  • Doesn’t accommodate champagne size bottles

Coolest Home Bar Wine Rack

9. Now that staying in is the new going out – how about creating your own bar? This wine rack holds a significant amount of wine and also allows storage of up to 30 wine glasses. The length and height are adjustable so you can make it smaller if you wish. It would also look great over a kitchen island or breakfast bar.

Dimensions
H120 x W60 x D30cm

 

Material
Brushed steel

 

Pros

  • Stores glasses
  • Chic but functional

Cons

  • Needs fixing to a ceiling
  • Bottle shelf is a bit of a reach

10. Have you noticed that copper is bang on trend at the moment? This curvy wine rack would perfectly complement your cookware in the kitchen or lampshade in the dining room, while keeping your wine close at hand. It can hold 12 bottles of wine and is made from copper finish iron.

Dimensions
71x 30x 30cm.

 

Material
Copper finish iron

 

Pros

  • Finish on trend
  • Great price

Cons

  • Could be sturdier

Coolest Contemporary Wine Rack

11. If you have a large wine collection, you can make a real statement with this floor to ceiling wine rack.  It would look funky in an open plan space as it doesn’t need to be against a wall.  Made of painted stainless steel it is available in black or silver.

Dimensions
H152 x W22 x D5cm

 

Material
Metal, stainless steel

 

Pros

  • Simple, effective design
  • Plenty of storage

Cons

  • Could be tricky to install
  • Not portable

Coolest Wooden Wine Rack

12. How about a piece of sculpture that’s also a wine rack? Handmade from solid hardwood, each one is unique and will bring the outdoors in for a beautiful, natural look. Perfect for a large space this wine rack is sure to impress your dinner guests.

Dimensions
H203 x W24 x D5.08cm

 

Material
Solid hardwood

 

Pros

  • Unique
  • Handmade

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Pricey

13. If you like the idea of wood but don’t want to go too big, this mango wood wine rack has a wonderful tactile quality and is decorative in its own right.  Place on a sideboard, in front of a mirror for double effect.

Dimensions

H33 x W33 x D12.5cm

 

Material

Mango wood

 

Pros

  • Sculptural quality
  • Solid and sturdy

Cons

  • Only takes 6 bottles
  • Fat prosecco bottles don’t fit

14. This elegant wine rack is equally at home in your dining room, living room or kitchen and is designed to show off your wine collection to great effect.  It can hold up to 15 bottles of wine and has a cabinet above for storing your glassware, dust-free.  With room on the top to display plants, candles or ornaments it is a beautiful piece of furniture to enhance any space.

Dimensions
H130xW53xD33cm.

 

Material
Bamboo wood

 

Pros

  • Made from sustainable
  • bamboo wood
    Attractive design

Cons

  • Costly
  • Small amount of storage for its size

Coolest Designer Wine Rack

15. This pared back design looks great in a contemporary, minimalist space. It is ideal if you only have a narrow space but would still like a wall mounted wine rack.  We love its graphic quality – even when it is empty.

Dimensions
H109 x W16 x D14cm.

 

Material
Metal

 

Pros

  • Simple, unfussy design
  • Looks great even empty

Cons

  • Needs fixing to the wall securely
  • Only available in black

Coolest Wall-hung Wine Rack

16. Add a touch of glamour with this gold, backlit rack.  It would look great in a dining room against a richly-painted wall. It can double up to hold your favourite gins too and even has space for wine glasses.  Available in black it comes ready assembled.

Dimensions
H100 x W68 x D11cm.

 

Material
Metal

 

Pros

  • Statement piece
  • Extra shelving and space for glasses

Cons

  • Pricey
  • Needs attaching well to the wall

18. No cellar? No problem.  Create your own collection using the space under the stairs with this specially shaped wine rack from RTA.  Made from galvanised steel and dark stained pine, this contemporary design looks great in an open plan space too.  It will take both 75cl and 1 litre bottles and it comes fully assembled.

Dimensions
H62 x W62 x D23cm.

 

Material
Galvanised steel, pine wood

 

Pros

  • Fully assembled
  • Utilises dead space

Cons

  • Designed for a specific space.
  • Only available in dark wood stain

Coolest Retro Wine Rack

19. Not just a wine rack, this cabinet is a full out bar – perfect for the smaller apartment or where you want to keep wine bottles out of the way of pets and children.  With room for glassware and spirits you can keep your cocktail umbrellas and corkscrew in the drawers below.  Constructed from MDF, stainless steel, and matte lacquer, when not in use it makes a great retro piece of furniture.

Dimensions
H194 x W158 x D60cm.

 

Material
MDF, stainless steel

 

Pros

  • Stylish, retro design
  • Folds away

Cons

  • Only holds 8 bottles
  • High price ticket

Coolest Minimalist Wine Rack

20. This simple, yet highly effective wine holder really shows off your wine and makes a bold impact in your dining or kitchen area.  Made of stainless steel, its minimalist design means it looks great in any modern home and is ideal if you are looking for a stylish way to display wine bottles. It holds 6 bottles securely.

Dimensions
H74.5 x W7 x D35 cm.

 

Material
Stainless steel

 

Pros

  • Stylish, minimal design
  • Tough, durable material

Cons

  • Needs to be wall mounted with care
  • Not suitable for fizz style bottles

Final Thoughts

We hope this has given you a wine rack to perfectly match the aesthetic of your kitchen or cellar, whilst also being within your price bracket. If not, take some time to mull over the designs, even if one of these cool wine racks doesn’t spark your fancy, it might spark some ideas, as choosing a good wine rack is something to take your time over and savour –  like a fine rioja.

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