10 Enviable Wine Cellars We Wish Were Ours

10 Enviable Wine Cellars We Wish Were Ours

(Image credit: Beckworth Interiors)

Like pizza ovens, wine cellars are one of those aspirational details you've probably thought about adding to your home at some point down the line. Whether it's space, budget, or a lack of a wine collection that's holding you back, it still doesn't hurt to do a little daydreaming.

  • Spiral Cellar - Sapphire Spaces: This space-saving option builds the wine storage into the walls around the staircase, and it can be installed in almost any ground-floor room.
  • Lucite & Neon: Beckwith Interiors: This might be the most eye-catching of the wine cellars. Even better is the fact that the floor above it is see-through, so you can see the glow from the upper levels.
  • Staircase Cellar - Brandon Architects: This is the best use of the space under the stairs we've ever seen.
  • Stone Cellar - Eldorado Stone: You don't have to have a basement to have a cellar. This stone enclosed room helps keep everything cool.
  • Dining Room Cut Out - Prentiss Architects: Similar to the spiral staircase cellar, this cut out is accessed through a trap door in the dining room.
(Image credit: Palmer Interior Design)
  • Wine Barrels - Palmer Interior Design: If you have a stone basement, try retrofitting some wine barrels to hold your collection.
  • Walk-in Wine Closet - Joseph & Curtis Custom Wine Cellars: If you have an extra closet (ha!) in your home, consider converting it into a wine room, complete with a built-in cooling system.
  • Wine Cave - Taylor Lombardo Architects: This design would take a serious remodel, but we can imagine having amazing dinner parties in this space.
  • Spiral Cellar - Lu Decor: Another take on the spiral staircase cellar, we love that this one has a multi-paneled plexiglass trap door.
  • Modern Glass Wine Cellar - NF Interiors: You can still have a wine cellar even if you don't have a finished basement — just use glass walls and make it part of your decor.
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