So, after partying with friends and enjoying your favorite wine, what are you going to do with those empty bottles? Throw them away? Naaah! Don’t cha. We have put together 16 clever DIY ideas to reuse empty wine bottles into great home embellishments and decors.
1. Elegant Candle Holder
Instead of buying those common holders for your candles, you can create unique and elegant holders from your empty wine bottles at home.
2. Picture Frame
A creative and personalize idea to store your pictures. Make a picture frame out of empty wine bottles.
3. Chocolate / Candy Container
You don’t have to buy containers to store your chocolates and candies. Reuse your wine bottles to make containers.
4. Bottle Lamp Shades
Make unique and cute bottle lamp shades for your wine bottles.
5. Flower Pots
You can make a see through flower pot from wine bottles cut in half (don’t forget to smooth the cut edges).
6. Nautical Bottles
Perfect decoration for people who have a beach house, and they make really good ornaments for your front porch.
7. Christmas bottle decoration
A really cute idea to decorate your home for Christmas.
8. Wedding Gift Ideas
Perfect ideas for wedding gifts using your empty wine bottles.
9. Bottle Chandelier
Create this unique bottle chandelier to brighten up your room.
10. Glass bottle shelves
Thinking of where you can put your stuff at home? Create this glass bottle shelving.
11. Bottle fence
Re-cycle your empty wine bottles as fence. Drill holes at the bottom of each bottle and run a steel rebar through it.
12. Glass bottle decoration
Repaint your empty wine bottles and decorate your home.
13. Bottle wind chime
Decorate your porch with this wine bottle wind chime.
14. Wine Bottle Torches
For outdoor activities, create these wine bottle torches that are great for summer nights.
15. Wine Bottle Accent Lights
Create this lamp to brighten up you home.
16. Wine Bottle Water Fountain
Create this water fountain made of empty wine bottles to decorate your home.
There are many ways to re-cycle your empty wine bottles. You don’t have to throw them away and there are all kinds of ways you can use them to decorate your home.