5 Design-Forward Wine Racks

Let's face it: the buy-a-bottle-drink-a-bottle method of keeping your kitchen uncluttered from stray wine bottles isn't going to take you very far. Whether you have aspirations of stocking your at-home "cellar" with a small but well-curated collection of pricier vinos or you simply want to have more than just a bottle or two on hand without storing them on random shelves, here are five stylish options that look as impressive empty as they do filled — with one very cool mobile version tossed in for good measure.

Black + Blum's stainless steel Flow wine rack is a cool, sculptural alternative to your basic vertical strip. Stores eight bottles. $48, emmohome.com

The wooden Wine Knot stores seven bottles, and a magnum-sized bottle in its center. Whether you're keeping it on your tabletop or a shelf, it's definitely a display piece, so be sure to load it up with good vino. $90, uncommongoods.com

Smartly designed to maximize space and storage, Kartell's Inifity wine racks are lightweight and store up to 19 bottles. Available in blue, white, green and red. $73, lbcmodern.com

CB2's industrial-feeling Linear bottle rack is a solid pick for its versatility. It can stand alone or mount on a wall — vertically or horizontally — and holds 12 bottles.. $50, cb2.com

Handmade with olive oil-treated leather that will only get better-looking with age, this mobile bottle holder is one of the coolest bike accessories we've seen yet. $30, etsy.com