You’re not alone if finding space for wine glass storage in your home is a challenge. Even though I live in the Midwest and have a whole house, I still had to make a semi-permanent wine storage system for my collection of vintage coupes and vibrant goblets. I went vertical with staggered shelves that I cut and painted before levelling on heavy-duty gold brackets in my dining room because I didn’t have even an inch of kitchen cabinet space to spare. Luckily, there is a simpler approach. There are four simpler methods, and none require a saw or paint.
Store them upright
Put the wine glasses upright to avoid compromising the rim. Put as little pressure as you can on the delicate crystal because the rim is the most brittle component of the glass. Make sure not to knock any other glasses as you carefully place the glass on the shelf of the cabinet or cupboard. Additionally, this prevents moisture from building up within, such as residual laundry water.
You will soon run out of cabinet space if your collection of wine glasses (red wine, white wine, champagne flutes, coupes!) keeps expanding. Stemware may be kept in the …