DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

DIY: wine decor.

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

just when you think you should slow down your wine intake on account of the new year, you discover it’ll help spruce up your home. so you continue as you were.

I believe in the beauty of wine bottles. and in recycling, or better re-purposing them. as candle holders. or possibly a vase.

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

I was searching for a way to divide the eating portion of our peninsula from our sink, and think I found the prettiest barrier.

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

and of course, we keep the corks. and any significant dates like [J]’s golden birthday we make sure to document before adding to our collection.

DIY: wine decor. // LLinaBC.com

have I convinced you?

time to go restock the wine rack!

happy wednesday.

6 thoughts on “DIY: wine decor.”

    1. it’s a fun, cheeky way to use the bottles after you drink the wine. I’m sure they were gorgeous at your sister’s wedding shower. that’s a really good idea …!!!

  1. we do the same thing with our corks! we learned it from my dad…he’s kept the corks from the champagne from the nights my sister and i got engaged and all the other special events in our family, and it’s so fun!

  2. This is very cute and such an easy way to divide up a room! Thanks for sharing Chelsea! (and we try to write on wine corks but its hard to remember sometimes!)

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