Cheers – My Dining Room Wine Cellar

If you’ve always wanted a dining room wine cellar, but don’t want spend a ton of money to achieve your goals, these wine cubbies are the perfect solution. See how to get the look while being able to store all of your wine.

Dining Room Wine Cellar - Create a wine cellar in your dining room with these rustic wine cubbies! Love the way they fill up the walls and replace art #winecellar #diningroomdecor #wine #diningroom #lighting #chandelier #rusticdecor #eclecticdecor

To know me is to know I love wine.

There have been many a bottle shared in this dining room with family and friends …

and maybe sometimes I opened up a bottle all for myself!

I love this dining room - the wine cubbies, the cowhide rug, the farm table ...

So why not turn my dining room into my very own wine cellar?

Once I hung these gorgeous drapes, I knew I wanted a change from the huge wall of coloring book art (see my dining room before all the changes) but couldn’t figure out what I wanted …

until I spotted these Vagabond Vintage wooden wine cubbies that can be found at Mothology.

Love this wall of wine cubbies in this rustic dining room

They really warm up the room and make it the perfect place to linger over a glass or two (who’s counting?) of wine.

Love this black flower painted tea table in front of a window

I stacked four wine cubbies on each side of the window – each one holds six bottles of wine.

This dining room is stunning! Love the wine cubbies on the wall, the double lanterns and the farmhouse furniture

I love their deep, rich stain and the cute little metal tag holders that give them a vintage look.

Love these rustic wood wine cubbies - they look amazing filling the walls of this dining room

Love these wood wine cubbies and the vintage looking metal tags - display wine in style

Of course, I’ll be filling these up with favorite empty bottles that have special meaning.

Love this wall of wine cubbies in this completely amazing dining room

Love this rustic farmhouse table, french country chairs, cowhide rug, double chandeliers and more in this eclectic dining room

The wine theme continues with old green bottles filled with hydrangeas …

Beautiful hydrangea centerpiece in a collection of old glass bottles in a wire basket

and I plan to fill this vintage green metal basket until it’s brimming with empty wine bottles …

Love this industrial metal cabinet - the perfect display piece for favorite finds and collections

an old cheese tray holds vintage corkscrews …

Love this vintage fromage cheese platter - she displays a collection of old corkscrews under the cloche

and of course, my collection of corks are on display.

Cork display - love them filling up a big glass jar

I'm in love with everything about this dining room - the wine racks, the farmhouse table, the cowhide rug, the lantern chandeliers

I love my new wine cellar and the best part …

I don’t have to go into a dark and dreary basement to find my wine – Cheers!


I’ve loved Mothology since I found my living room chandeliers on their site years ago.  They have the coolest selection of vintage inspired finds.

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Thanks Mothology for the wine cubbies – I only speak the truth.

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  1. I love those wine racks! One question: how did you install them? Do you screw them right into the wall (into studs or wall anchors, right?)? Or do they have a way to be installed on them? Thanks! Looks awesome! I’ll be right over for some vino!

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