20+ Creative Ways To Turn An Empty Wine Bottle Into A Practical Work Of Art
Sure, you could toss that wine bottle in the recycling bin. Or you could do something much more awesome.
01. Plant Nanny
03. Hurricane Candle Holder
04. Modified Tiki Torch
05. Hanging Planter
I love how it looks like the wine bottles are sprouting from the roots of the plant!
Clear or lightly colored wine bottles are perfect for growing a tiny garden.
07. Garden Wall
Bring some color into the garden while adding privacy. This idea could work indoors as well.
08. Hummingbird Feeder
Little pollinators will love sipping from this gorgeous upcycled feeder.
09. Lounge Chair
It looks cool, but do you think it’s comfortable?
10. Wind Chime
Outfitted with copper chimes, this whimsical wine bottle is ready for the wind.
A gorgeous centerpiece worthy of any ballroom.
12. Hat Rack
Designed by Lucirmás and presented in Milan, this 100 percent recycled hat rack is half art and half practical home furnishing.
Handmade in the U.S.A., this necklace can be customized according to your color preferences!
Wine bottles are more durable because of a process called annealing, which makes them the perfect medium for recycled glassware.
15. LED Lamp
Looking for a unique lamp that won’t cost an arm and a leg? Just shove one of these LED corks into a wine bottle and call it a day.
16. Serving Dish
An adorable way to serve munchies at your next cocktail party.
17. Bottle Tree
No green thumb? No problem. All you need to grow this tree is a thirst for delicious wine.
18. Coat Rack
This design by Daniela Cruz uses wine bottles as hooks to hold coats and scarves.
19. Kitchen Scoops
These unique utensils are part of a collection called “Cold Cuts” by French designer Laurence Brabant.
It’s always wine o’clock somewhere!
21. Soap Dispenser
Just add a pump or drizzle top to a clean wine bottle, and banish those ugly plastic dispensers forever.
22. Pantry Containers
Skip the plastic storage containers. Use wine bottles to keep pantry items fresh and organized instead.
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