A basic cube shelving unit is the perfect piece of furniture to artfully display dishes and drinkware. Gold-dipped legs give this unit a modern look, while X-shaped dividers allow for a makeshift wine cellar. A bulked-up top board makes this shelving double as a buffet.
Craft a top and base from 3/4-inch plywood: Measure the length and width of the longest sides of an eight-cube unit, add an inch to each measurement for a slight overhang, and cut using a circular saw or table saw. Sand, prime, and paint the boards to match the shelf; let dry. For a chic surface, channel a Carrara marble look with paint. Finish with Briwax to protect the surface. Center and glue the top and base to the unit using construction adhesive.
Attach legs to the base plywood with 1-inch screws. A dipped gold effect adds oomph to furniture legs. Use painters tape to block off the section you don't want spray-painted.
Show off glam glassware by installing gold-tone stemware racks inside one cube using 1/2-inch screws. Using stemware racks also adds visual interest by varying heights inside the cubes.