Contemporary Wine Room Has Frameless Glass Enclosure
Frameless glass panels enclose the striking wine room in this lower-level entertainment space. A small tasting table wraps a structural column adjacent to the wine room, so guests can taste-test before selecting their drink of choice.
Enjoy a quiet wine tasting for two or host a small dinner party in this wine cellar with brick walls and stone floors. The cozy, small space makes it perfect for intimate gatherings or romantic evenings.
Mediterranean Wine Cellar With Tasting Table and Brick Ceiling
This rustic wine cellar features glass front cabinets, showing off a floor-to-ceiling wine collection. A branch-like chandelier hangs from a brick-lined ceiling, while a dark wood tasting table sits at the center. Leather wrapped dining chairs are positioned around the table.
A finished basement is a dependable enough investment by itself — but adding a luxury wine cellar is an increasingly popular remodeling project that also adds value and is even becoming a baseline expectation in some markets. Spend your money wisely to get the best return: “The most important feature of a wine cellar is temperature control,” says Mike Tenhulzen, owner of Tenhulzen Residential, who installed the cellar shown here. “A reliable chiller with humidity control is well worth the initial investment, and LED lighting is ideal because it doesn’t give off any heat.” Also, make sure you go the extra mile to treat the perimeter of the room properly with vapor barriers, weatherstripping and insulation in order to protect your precious cargo.
Transitional Wine Cellar With Stacked Stone Accents
This cozy wine room offers function and elegance by design with a stacked stone wall and wooden elements that warm up the cool space. A metal wine rack hangs from the wall beside the wooden accented mirror and wine fridge.
Humidity, light and temperature can have a big impact on the quality of your wine collection. Control the elements with the wine cellar of your dreams that also saves space underneath basement stairs. Cedar planks and granite floors will have you well on your way to aging your wine gracefully and stylishly. This custom install completed by Bridgewater Construction in Bloomington, Minn.
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.
Spanish-Inspired Wine Cellar Features Timeless Style
An elegant archway is flanked by built-in stone wine racks that hold the homeowners' collection. Warm wood cabinets paired with traditional countertops provide storage for glasses, decanters and other entertaining needs. Terracotta tile grounds the space, while a rustic chandelier adds an Old World note.
A neutral toned Tuscan wine cellar has tile floors and a table and chairs with brown leather seat cushions. The table and chairs make it possible for entertaining to take place in the cellar, in addition to wine tasting.
The second-floor walkway opens up to the traditional wine room below. Warm wood paneling and molding surround the space, while an L-shaped bar with barrel armchairs are the perfect place to grab a drink.