Dave the Builder and I have two completely different views on which way to go with the title of this post featuring bottle drying racks, but compromise equals blogging bliss.
Men and women.
Mars and Venus.
What we do agree on is the accessory appeal and unique ways to use antique French wine bottle, vintage, rustic or stylish reproduction bottle drying racks.
Antique and vintage items that are repurposed in practical, useful, and stunning ways catch on quick with the reproduction world.
Reproduction bottle drying racks widen the field of affordability, offer broader size and color options, and add to the popularity of these home decor jewels.
A countertop counterpart sounds better than dish drain extension, doesn’t it?
Super problem solver to one of my biggest dish drying dilemmas.
Bottle drying racks provide a stylish option for storage, display, and freeing up a precious kitchen commodity-counter space.
A bottle drying rack will fit perfectly on the countertop and clear the bottom of the cabinet above it.
I’m considering the look and function aspect as a dinner party focal point.
Tea-towels put a fashionable spin on the dinner napkin.
One tier for water or wine glasses, one tier for after dinner coffee or tea cups, and one tier for tea-towel dinner napkins.
What about a bottle drying rack ornament tree?
The prongs are handy hangers for ornaments, craft ribbon, jewelry, baseball or golf caps.
What’s not to love about home decor items possessing a unique personality, vintage quality, and what is it wonder?
2 thoughts on “She Said A Toast To The Bottle Drying Rack. He Said Nice Rack!”
I saw the picture of the lighted bottle tree that is sitting on a deck, in a magazine some time ago and have been on a quest to find one like it, to do the same thing on my deck. Do you have this bottle tree?
No I don’t. The bottle tree decked out in Christmas lights is from the Apartment Therapy feature of D’Ette Cole’s Austin home, The Art of Improbable Mish Mash. http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/saving-a-piece-of-historycotta-67981