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.
Originally created for the use of making champagne in the early 1800s, riddling racks have found popularity with homeowners for their clever adaptation as wine storage. Forgo the big price tag and instead create one yourself with this tutorial from handywoman Cara Troell of Build It Craft It Love It.
An added touch just steps from the kitchen is this custom dry bar with wine rack. The cappuccino stained alder cabinets with frosted glass inserts and stone and glass linear backsplash complete the look.
Copper-toned furnishings are making a comeback, so why not add that accent to your wine rack? Swaddle your wine bottles with a do-it-yourself project that mixes copper pipe and faux leather. Get the full tutorial by Laurel Stavros of A Bubbly Life.
Brown cabinetry with recessed panel and glass-front doors are shown in this design by Christine Donner. Wine storage is cozily tucked into the bottom corner, and a mirror adds the illusion of more depth and light. Under-cabinet lighting gives the space a warm, inviting feel, just right for entertaining.
This clever space combines a game room with a wine cellar: The wine sits behind a glass wall, becoming a handsome visual display as well as a storage space. The game room features a foosball table and fun vintage soda machines.
A small brown cabinet is used for wine glass storage in this eclectic home. Behind the cabinet, gray patterned wallpaper creates movement, and on top of the cabinet, striped candlesticks and a rhino figurine add trendy decoration.
Once you finish off that crate of wine, reuse it as stylish shelving in the bathroom (or ask your local wine shop for an old wine crate to use). The wood crate will add a rustic style to your loo — and create an open shelving solution for bath salts, big bottles of shampoo or even a pretty vase of fresh market flowers.
With this dining room, the designers fulfilled the homeowners' request for a more dressed up space for entertaining (there's even wine storage!). On the ceiling, molding in a subtle design offers a fun twist on the traditional coffered ceiling.