Built in Bottle Storage and Display With Vintage Corkscrew Collection in Wood Wine Closet
An assortment of bottle storage shelves gives a pleasing look to this wine closet. A vintage corkscrew display is a simple and fitting way to decorate the space. The warm wood is balanced by cool toned countertop and stone floor tiles.
The wine room of this five-story Boston brownstone is full of the homeowners' collection. Traditional coffered ceiling brings architectural interest to the space, which is grounded by tiled floor. A simple table with industrial-style chairs is the perfect spot to sample favorite wines. Photography by Andy Caulfield
Rough stone walls and barrel-vaulted ceilings create a wine cellar with warmth and old-world charm. This European-style home rests on 4.5 acres in a serene, private enclave in California's Lake Arrowhead community.
Spacious Wine Cellar With Rustic Stone Ceiling and Walls
This rustic wine cellar features all-over gray stone, covering the ceiling and walls. Several wooden wine shelves hang on the walls, while a stone sink and set of drawers offer room for prep and cleanup. Glass pendant lights hang above a pub-style table and chairs, creating the perfect spot for wine tasting.
Wine Cellar With Built in Wood Wine Racks, Barrel Tasting Table and Elegant Light Fixture
Floor to ceiling built in wine racks, with middle illuminated bottle display, cover a large section of this spacious wine cellar. An elegant light fixture casts a decorative light and shadow pattern over the ceiling. Centered below the light, a wine barrel acts as a fitting and beautiful tasting table.
This small, contemporary wine bar packs a punch with striking details. Black and white, wall-mounted wine holders create an artful display in this stylish urban space. Exposed light bulbs hang from an eye-catching ceiling fixture and a state-of-the-art wine cooler adds additional storage.
Graphic Cabinetry Designs, Metallic Ceiling Create Art Deco Style in Wine Cellar
The wine cellar at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 is as much a place to sit and enjoy a beverage with a guest as it is to store an extensive collection of wines. Jane Richardson Mack and John Romaidis designed the stunning Art Deco-inspired space and curated the beverages within from their travels around California's wine country.