Storage & Organization
10 Stunning Home Wine Cellars You Need to See
Having a home wine cellar not only gives you great access to your wine collection and a place to store it all, it can transform a space and even add to your home’s decor. If you’re considering adding a wine cellar to your home, here are 10 ideas to inspire you.
1920s Prohibition-era Faux Finishes
This tucked-away wine cellar is replicates the look and feel of a cave in which someone might have hidden away forbidden bottles during Prohibition days. See the before and after photos of this project here.
Photo: Courtesy of Kass Wilson
Wine Rack for a Small Space
If you have a smaller space, consider some DIY wine racks. Wine Racks makes racks for wine cellars that start at just 4 feet wide. Try using just one or multiple racks depending on your space. Try these 23 wine rack and wine rack hacks.
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Tuscany at Home
How about a wine cellar with a see-through, custom-made, glass-panel wine cellar entry system? This custom home wine cellar from Glenview Haus has a state-of-the-art cooling system that keeps wine at just the right temperature. Yes, you can get red wine out of carpet. Here’s how!
Photo: Courtesy of Glenview Haus
Glass Enclosed Wine Cellar
No basement? No problem! This wine cellar works in the main level of this home as it is enclosed in glass. The concept from Genuine Cellars provides a clean, modern look, in keeping with the home’s decor. This easy-to-make wine rack is perfect in almost any cabinet.
Photo: Courtesy of Genuine Cellars
Cable Wine System
This wine cellar uses a cable system which allows you to position your bottles so the lower bottles have their labels facing up and the upper bottle labels are facing down so everything easier to find. This type of system from Wine Cellar Specialists also allows for a wide variety of bottle shapes and sizes, more so than traditional wine racks. This is a very clever way to store wine glasses.
Photo: Courtesy of Wine Cellar Specialists
Wine Cellar Room
Sit back, relax and enjoy your favorite wine in this wine cellar from Mother Hubbard’s. Not only is there plenty of space to store all your favorite bottles, there’s also a sitting area where you can relax and admire your collection. Learn how to build a stylish herringbone wine rack.
Photo: Courtesy of Mother Hubbard’s
Freestanding Glass Wine Cellar
Wine cellars not only add value to a home, they can be a conversation starter. This freestanding design from Heritage Vine works well in an open floor plan where the wine becomes a work of art. A wine box can be the perfect storage solution for spray paint.
Photo: Courtesy of Heritage Vine
Curved Wine Rack
If you have a challenging space, consider a curved wine rack. This curved, custom wine rack from Custom Wine Cellars Houston works great in a corner. It also has a lighted display to help you find just the right bottle. You can use a wine cork to fix a wobbly table.
Photo: Courtesy of Custom Wine Cellars Houston
Customized to Your Collection
A home wine cellar needs to be a space that isn’t just functional, but durable and aesthetically pleasing. This wine cellar from Custom Wine Cellars San Francisco features plenty of space for all those limited and special vintages while keeping the homeowner’s preferences in mind. Check out these 10 ways to open a wine bottle without a corkscrew.
Photo: Courtesy of Custom Wine Cellars San Francisco
Insulated Wine Cellar
This custom wine cellar from Charlotte Remodeling Company is kept at the optimal temperature of 58 degrees Fahrenheit thanks to insulation of the room’s walls and ceiling. There’s also a cooling unit to keep the space cool. Take that wine box and turn it into shoe storage!
Photo: Courtesy of Charlotte Remodeling Company