Lighting Fixtures for Wine Enthusiasts

What’s better than enjoying a relaxing drink with friends to unwind after a long day? Making use of the beautiful empty bottles, that’s what! Rather toss them in the recycling bin, you can use your wine bottles as part of your decorating scheme in your kitchen, bar or dining area with the Winey Chandelier from Cyan Design. $552.50

Winey Chandelier

Want to see more? Here are a few other lighting fixtures for wine enthusiasts.

Stedman Iron/Blue Glass 5L Chandelier

Vintage blue-glass bottles lend artistic impact to the striking Stedman 5 Light Chandelier from Arteriors. $1,680

Pottery Barn

Authentic green-glass wine bottles lend artistic impact to this Wine Bottle Chandelier from Pottery Barn. It has a rasped finish that gives each individual chandelier rich texture and one-of-a-kind detail. $399

Double Winey Chandelier

Wine glasses have beautiful shapes. If you are a wine lover, you might wonder about creative ways to display your wine glasses. Rather than store them away in a dark cabinet, you can use your wine glasses as part of your decorating scheme with the Double Winey Chandelier from Cyan Design. It doubles as storage space / drying rack for your wine glasses. $397.50


Glasklasen is a genuine product of Swedish art industry, designed by a team of two architects – Gunnar Cedervall and Björn Stillefors – and an industrial designer – Jörgen Pudeck. The manufacturing takes place in Sweden, at a smithy dating from 1840.

Using simple materials, modern production methods (CNC cutting, sheet metal fabrication) and ingenuity, a Montclair architecture firm (Madlab) designed custom wine bottle chandeliers for the Amanti Vino Wine Store – also right here in Montclair NJ.

DIY Chandelier

Shannon Quimby of Portland, Oregon, utilized old wine bottles to create unique lighting fixtures on her dining room ceiling and shared her method on’s Home & Garden blog.

These fabulously unique fixtures all refract light in interesting ways, depending on the type/color glasses or bottles you hang from them, casting patterns on surrounding surfaces in the room. Now get to work emptying those wine bottles…cheers!

P.S. You can find more wine storage ideas here.