If you have a few wine barrels lying around in the wine cellar, you can now put them to practical use by repurposing them.
Here Are Some Of The Best Ideas:
Stuff the inside of the barrel with straw and place a glass counter on top to create a perfect centre table.
You can cut a section of the wine barrel and attach hinges to it which then opens up into an ice chest to cool your liquor.
Cut out a circular portion of the wine barrel and turn it into a mirror frame which you can use as wall decor.
Cut a whiskey barrel in half to create an arc structure and place a wooden piece over it to form a rustic centre table.
Cut out circular shapes from wine barrels and create a storage unit in your bathroom for your toiletries.
Cut the barrel into three tiers to create a garden bed for your plants. The segregation allows you to keep various plant species at different levels.
Cut circular holes in the wine barrel and use them to store your wine bottles in the cellar. It really has a cool vibe to it
You can install a game in the wine barrel and place a glass over the top for a fun evening soiree.
You can place a steel sink into the wine barrel and use it in the bathroom. This idea is perfect if you do not want to spend too much on a sink.
Cut the barrel in half and make two round holes to place dog bowls in it. The elevated structure makes it easy for your dog to reach.
Cut out a small portion of the barrel to create a dog bed for your pet. You can get paw prints engraved on the sides.
Use the top of the wine barrel to place your wine glasses and cut out a section in the bottom to store the liquor bottles nestled in ice.
Cut the wine barrel in half and place a graphic tabletop to create a cool nightstand beside your bed. Place photo frames and a clock to personalize the space.
You can use two wine barrels as support to form a kitchen island. Use pallet to construct the middle portion of it. Place a long counter top for a beautiful design.
Scoop out the centre of the barrel to create a swing which can be suspended by rope in the garden. This idea should be a hit with the kids.
This can be made but requires intricate work. Scoop out a portion of the barrel and use it as a trough with a water system installed to create a fountain.
Cut the barrel and use one portion of it to create a glass rack. Place a ledge and make cut outs to store your wine glasses.
You can use wine barrels for a firm foundation to form a garden bench. Use pallet wood to create the seating structure and polish it a little to give it a new look.
Use a wine barrel to create a cradle for your newborn by scooping the middle and placing comfortable bedding in its place. Suspend it with rope and engrave heart-shaped motifs on either side of it.
Cut the wine barrel in half and place ice in it to create a wine cooler for when you have guests over for a party or BBQ.