The cabinet space in my kitchen is limited, so I recently added some extra storage to my kitchen to hang some of my more decorative wine glasses.
My husband isn’t a wine drinker, so it isn’t often that we drink wine together, but I do like to serve wine occasionally when my dad stops by for dinner, or when I have friends over from the block for a ladies’ night.
The wine rack that I chose — the Oenophilia Under Cabinet Stemware Rack — was just under $13 and can hold six wine glasses, plus my two margarita glasses.
In the rack I’ve hung some pretty striped wine glasses that surprisingly, I picked up at the dollar store.
For the most part, I am happy with my purchase. But I’ve found that if someone closes the cabinet door above the wine-glass rack too strongly, the wine glasses will swing — I’ve had a wine glass fall on two separate occasions. One time, the glass broke, but the other time, fortunately, the glass didn’t break. Now, we have to be careful when closing the cabinet door — I am going to have to make my own DIY stoppers to place at the front ends of the rack so I won’t lose any more glasses. But despite this hurdle, I am pleased with the way my new wine-glass storage works — and I have extra space in the kitchen cabinet above for other storage.