Wine Storage, Not Just for Cellars

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WineRackStore.com’s Solution for Functional Wine Storage, Now Offering Wine Coffee Table

Wine Coffee Table

"Even the owners of a winery are impressed with this,” said James Hutchings

Traditionally, bottles of wine are stored in racks and cellars but Mike Kitson, Owner of the WineRackStore.com wanted something different for a storage offering that was both functional and appeasing to the eye. Kitson took to the drawing board and came up with an original design for a storage unit that would function as both a coffee table and a wine display. Just in time for the holidays, customers can now add a Wine Coffee Table to their wish list this year.

“Our Wine Coffee Table is truly unique. We guarantee that you won’t find anything else like it on the market. This table is definitely a piece that’s perfect for a wine lover’s living room or family room,” said Kitson. The coffee table holds up to 38 bottles of wine and has a convenient drawer, accessible from both sides of the table that can be used for remote and TV Guide storage.

“Practical, functional, elegant, and sturdy, this wine rack coffee table is the envy of all my wine buddies. Even the owners of a winery I work for part time are impressed with this,” said James Hutchings, who purchased the coffee table for his home in Pennsylvania.

The Wine Coffee Table is made with the same durable redwood as traditional winerackstore.com wine racks and comes in natural wood or one of 24 water-based stain color options to match existing décor. Additional to the Wine Coffee Table, Kitson has designed many of the unique wine products that can only be found at the WineRackStore.com

WineRackStore.com sells quality pre-made and custom built wine racks, cellars and wine accessories since 1995. WineRackStore.com is A+ rated from the Better Business Bureau. All products are locally crafted in Olympia, WA and are shipped free anywhere in the U.S.A.

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