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15 Inspired Ways To Decorate With Empty Wine Bottles
DIY & Crafts
Très Chic Tiki Torches Give your wine bottles a second life by making them into tiki torches! Julie Blanner has the step-by-step guide on how to make them.
A Throwback Lamp Add vintage charm to your living room by purchasing a DIY lamp kit and transforming a wine bottle into a lighting solution.
Memory Bottles Add sand and seashells from special places to make My Fabuless Life's inspired memory bottles. Wine bottles combined with jars of any shape and size make an arresting array.
Stained Glass Let the light shine through clear glass bottles by embarking upon a DIY stained glass project. A Beautiful Mess shows how to get started.
A Simple Centerpiece The team at Uncommon Designs details how to make a simple centerpiece from collected and cleaned green wine bottles.
A Twine-Wrapped Trio Add a natural piece of decor to your home with a trio of twine-wrapped bottles. As seen on Love Grows Wild, varying up the styles of the wrap adds visual interest. The trio display permits showing off bottles from special occasions.
Mounted Vases Three empty and clean wine vases look beautiful when mounted with copper onto wood, making a mounted trio of vases. Try making — or buying — your own!
Decorative Tumblers Wine bottles in different hues can make a lovely set of coordinating tumblers. They're pretty enough to leave out on display.
A Stylish Scone A recycled bottle, once modified slightly, can make a beautiful and understated wall sconce.
Holiday Decor Help bottles morph from recycling to holiday decor with our Winter DIY instructions. What You'll Need:
Wine bottle White spray paint Spray paint Spray adhesive Epsom salts spray-paint in even strokes until the bottle is coated. Let dry and then touch up as needed.
After an hour, slightly spritz the top half of the bottle with spray adhesive and then dust it with Epsom salts. Continue spritzing and dusting until it looks like the bottle was left out in the snow.
Once the bottle is dry, use it to create a pretty display or line several up along your mantel. Just avoid getting the outside of the bottle wet — moisture will dissolve the Epsom salts.
Wind Chimes Modified wine bottles, when strung with beautiful pieces of glass, make ornamental wind chimes perfect for inside or out.
A Soap Dispenser By adding a pourer to the top of a wine bottle, Kayla Aimee showed how to create a unique soap dispenser.
A Classy Chandelier Whether your undertake a DIY project or purchase from the pros, chandeliers made from recycled wine bottles are a lovely addition to any dining room.
A Wine Shelf With some specially cut boards, it's possible to make a one-of-a-kind wine shelf.