With a 300-bottle capacity, this wine-storage wall offers plenty of room for an oenophile to grow their collection. A nearby wood table offers plenty of space for enjoying wine tastings with family and friends.
A built-in wine refrigerator turns this butler's pantry into a convenient storage and serving area. The kitchen of this 1920s home got a glam update that preserves its historic feel. Furniture-style feet on the cabinetry are among the period touches that bring character to the space.
The basement bar uses space that would otherwise be empty square footage. A custom bar aligns with the stair treads and is the same wood and finish as the steps. A dark charcoal wall is a complementary accent to the light gray paint. Glass subway tile adds a simple pattern to the space and open shelving keeps bottles organized and accessible.
A clean and organized dry bar is a great option for a small nook. Here, a wine refrigerator and cabinet create the base of the bar. Above, built-in shelving and glass-front cabinets provide wine bottle and glass storage.
This transitional basement bar features a classic wooden countertop paired with a built-in wine rack and white cabinets, including several with glass-front doors. Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the bar area, while white subway tiles complete the backsplash.
The arching curvature of stunning glass-front cabinetry canopies a handsome built-in wet bar, featuring a white marble countertop and plenty of wine storage, including a wine cooler. Surrounded by attractive oak, the space feels timeless.
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.
Floor to ceiling wood wine bottle shelves cover a long wall for optimum storage. A lighted center row highlights bottles and brightens the structure. An elegant light fixture casts a decorative shadow pattern over the ceiling. A wine barrel is fitting to the theme and works as a table.
With built-in wine storage and a flat-screen TV, this dining and bar area is perfect for entertaining. The same dark granite used on the kitchen island surrounds the TV, tying the entire space together.
This spacious island with seating means that the cook will never be stranded in the kitchen alone. The ambiance and sens of luxury is enhanced by granite countertops, wood cabinets, pendant lights, built-in wine storage and a stone backsplash.
Stone walls, ceiling beams and built-in wine storage are custom touches that make this Tuscan-inspired dining room completely unique. A contemporary light fixture hangs above a traditional dining table, and warm colors and rustic finishes add to the room's Mediterranean feel.
A modern, graphic backsplash and arty glass panels in the lighted upper cabinets bring loads of character to the kitchen of this converted warehouse space. Built-in wine storage, under-cabinet lighting and durable quartz countertops are as functional as they are stylish.
A niche carved into a wall of this entertaining space features built-in wine storage, a wine cooler and staggered, modern shelving that puts barware on display. Accent lighting under each shelf puts further emphasis on the bar, turning it into a focal point.