Rack styles can also vary in the way they are designed for the room. Tabletop wine racks, for example, are usually smaller and more decorative than traditional modular and wall mounted units. These are obviously placed on a tabletop.
Wine rack furniture is available for buyers who want a disguised unit of storage. These can appear like cabinets with closing doors that may or may not feature glass for easy-viewing. Wine furniture can be placed in a dining room.
Stackable wine racks, as well as modular racks, are ideal for people who have growing collections of wine. These racks fit best in a wine cellar or room that can accommodate their size. Other traditional models are wall mounted rather than floor-standing.