Wine cabinets perfect for entertaining

Every good party needs a good drinks station. The holiday season is fast approaching so what better way to start planning and prepping for your festivities than sorting your wine cabinet?

If you are an avid drinks lover and need a home upgrade just in time for the holidays, then why not create a dedicated space with help from wine cabinets? Even better if you place yours next to the dining area so you can easily top-up your guests’ glasses. Move over bar trolleys, we’re into wine cabinets this year!

There are so many styles and sizes available to choose from, so you can rest assured you will find the right one for your scheme. Be it grand and freestanding or bespoke and built into your island, why not opt for a design that has space for wine glasses, too? This way, you can maximise the space you have available while also making a style statement.

Now, picture colourful cabinets, with bold prints or fluted glass fronts, propped on slim legs or embellished with striking handles. What’s more, if you’ve got plenty of space available for an extra addition, consider smart wine storage that has cooling functions to keep your bottles in pristine condition. Yes, I’ve covered everything.

So, if you’ve been searching far and wide for a wine cabinet to take your space up a notch, look no further. Here is my roundup of wine cabinets set to take your hosting skills to the next level.

Trust me, you (and your guests) will thank me later. Pour yourself a glass and happy scrolling!

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Firstly: Gonglin wine cabinet in Petrol, £2395, Oka.
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Secondly: Brooklyn black natural oak drinks cabinet, £1995, Rockett St George.
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Thirdly: The Devine collection in Stormy Sky, from £25,000, Tom Howley.
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Somerton in Baltic Green and brushed brass, from £15,000, Kitchen Makers.
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Mercury drinks cabinet, £849, Atkin and Thyme.
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Chester wine console, £499, Cotswold Company.

More drinks storage ideas

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Bespoke home bar, Neville Johnson.
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Undercounter wine storage, Sub-Zero.
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RS60RDWX1 wine cabinet 60cm, Fisher & Paykel. Home of Holism Salutogenic. Interior Design: @houseofgreylondon. Photography: @michaelsinclair.
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Fully integrated build in wine cabinet UWTes1672, from £2499, Liebherr.
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Design by Simon Taylor Furniture.
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Lastly: Holborn in gloss white, Benchmarx Kitchens.

In conclusion, wine cabinets are a great addition, especially if you love hosting. Having your drinks station sorted will make your life easier. So, no matter your style or the size of your space, I hope you have found a design to suit your scheme. Happy entertaining!

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