This sunken wine cellar is a completely hidden room that can't be seen from anywhere within the home — large wooden bookcases in the hallway conceal it. Once the homeowners invite you in, the curved steps leading down into the room will keep you in suspense until you come around the corner. What a nice surprise!
This basement offers plenty of storage space as well as a quaint seating area. Built-in wood storage cubbies keep the space clean and clutter-free, while glossy concrete floors add an urban feel. In the corner of the room, a built-in wine rack elegantly displays bottles of wine for those special occasions.
Custom blue Shaker cabinets and the pental quartz backsplash give this midcentury modern kitchen visual life. Counters and appliances are kept sleek and fuss-free, with plenty of room for modern conveniences like an espresso machine and wine refrigerator.
This remodeled 1950s kitchen features transitional style, from the black-and-white geometric tile backsplash behind the range hood and cooktop to the elegant marble kitchen island with seating for three. The space also has room for a hidden wine fridge tucked beneath the island.