Whether you have the space for a full wine cellar or just a tiny spare nook under your stairs, blend your hobby with interior layout and bring your love of wine to life inside your home. Get inspired by those professionally designed rooms and find the area for a wine cellar, wine room or even a wine cupboard to make your hard-earned collection easier to enjoy.
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1. Tasting table. Put a wine barrel in your cellar as a dedicated area for tasting. This playful and committed touch is great for smaller cellars with limited room.
2. Glass cellar. Floor-to-ceiling glass partitions create an instant focal point in any room and permit you to marvel in the own collection in any angle.
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3. Wine cupboard. Most of us have little or no space for a wine cellar, therefore a closet cellar that saves space and money (without compromising on storage) could be the optimal solution.
4. Wine and dine. If you’re lucky enough to have enough square footage in your own wine cellar, put a dining table with chairs at the center. Enjoy your feast with easy access to all the wine .
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5. Wine wow. This magnificent wall system is a fantasy organization system for the ultimate connoisseur. Phone a reliable professional to create this contemporary masterpiece for your home and see your hobby grab all the attention.
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6. Fantastic wall of wine. Mount wine racks onto almost any wall in your home to display as many bottles as you’d like. With an assortment of white and red at your fingertips is a plus, along with also the collection makes for immediate wall art.
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7. Stair winery. Save space and create a one-of-a-kind look in the awkward area under your stairs. It is more affordable and easier to access than the usual full downstairs cellar.
8. Under the counter. Move into the kitchen to keep wine at hand for cooking and casual dishes. Install wine refrigeration units under a kitchen island to cool the whites and regulate the reds.
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9. Box wine. Produce wall-mounted shadow boxes to house all your wine and wine essentials. This more modern take on the traditional wine rack is an automatic eye catcher and the ideal complement to a contemporary home.
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10. Novels and wine. Incorporate an excess shelving space in almost any library, media room or research to home your own wine collection. Nothing goes better with your favorite book than your favorite glass of wine.
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