Amazing Ways to Store Your Wine
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Stellar Wine Cellars1 of 7
When envisioning a typical wine cellar, a dark, dusty, cave-like room outfitted with stone, lots of dark wood and old wine barrels might come to mind. But, for those with more modern tastes, wouldn't it be fun to create a contemporary wine cellar? HOUZZ shares some inspiring examples of how to take a cutting-edge approach to storing your vino.
Let It Breathe2 of 7
The glass-paneled walls of this wine room keep the space open and airy while highlighting the practical and simple storage system: metal rods extending from the slatted wall—no extra hardware needed. Pale shades of green coupled with mid-tone shades of wood keep the wine-tasting atmosphere Zen and relaxed.
ON HOUZZ: So Your Style Is: Contemporary
Out of the Blue3 of 7
Bottles of wine are set in a gothic-inspired, blue-lit acrylic structure, creating a stunning architectural element within this unusual space. And if that isn't wild enough, the cellar's ceiling is actually a floor so you can view the wine from above.
Cave Dwelling4 of 7
Despite the large scale, warm-hued, textured walls make it feel cozy. The modern built-ins paired with the strong, graphic lighting contrast with the rustic table, providing an inspiring mix of old and new.
ON HOUZZ: Discover Your Wine Cellar Style
See the Light5 of 7
Backlit, recessed shelves allow the shape of the bottles to be used like an ever-changing art installation, altering the effect as they are removed and replaced. Mixing together red and white varietals enhances the effect.
Glassed In6 of 7
This modern white kitchen dedicates extra space to a fully loaded wine pantry. Separating the temperature-controlled room with sliding glass doors lets your put your bottles on display. Consider organizing them in color-coordinated rows for more visual impact.
A Step Ahead7 of 7
This proves that a modern wine cellar does not need to be grand. It can simply be tucked under a staircase or built into an awkward space in the basement. Focus on a simple bottle-hanging system and modern lighting to keep the look contemporary.