Wine bottoles

Recycled wine bottles have sure come a long way from the old Chianti bottles turned candle holders you see in Italian restaurants.  These days wine bottles aren’t recycled, they’re “Up-Cycled”.  They can be painted, covered in yarn, etched, and glittered.  They can be turned into vases, candle holders, lights, and even chandeliers!

Perhaps you’d like to spruce up your decor with an up-cycled wine bottle or two.  It’s a great excuse to drink more wine! Don’t have wine bottles, you can use any bottle and make it pretty.

Here are a few ideas to inspire you.

wine bottlesThese Candle holder wine bottles by Wedding Bee add a touch of romance to your decor.

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Here’s a simple display for your holiday table this fall from Choose to Thrive.

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These chalkboard wine bottles by The Desperate Craft Wives are very versatile.  You can write anything you want on them.

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wine bottlesYou won’t believe what these pretty wine bottles are decorated with…Epsom Salts!  Great idea from Cleverly Inspired.

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Ombre Wine Bottles by Brit + Co will make a nice addition to your Halloween or Thanksgiving table.

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wine bottlesBeautiful wine bottles by Ninth and Bird will be a classy addition to your decor.

Change out the twigs for some winter greens to go from Thanksgiving to Christmas.

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Wine bottle lights from Taste of Home will make a unique decor for your mantle or bar.

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The ultimate up-cycled wine bottles by DIY Network.

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