Dream Areas for Oenophiles

Dream Areas for Oenophiles

Ah, vino. While I am no specialist on wine, I can tell when a bottle has oxidized and definitely appreciate it. Inside my house a bottle that is accessible is a clear bottle, therefore it is difficult for me to envision wanting wine storage, but it’d be fine. Here are concealed cabinets and bins, and some of my favourite Houzz wine areas, from cellars to fantastic kitchen stands to window shows. The choices for wine storage are apparently never-ending: simply make sure mild and the temperature keep the vino from embracing vinegar!

My buddy Heather Rigsby shot at this in Montepulciano – YUM! Such a basement looks to inspire…

Taylor Lombardo Architects

… This modern winecellar that is unbelievable. It appears just like a chapel where grapes would be worshiped by one.

Hmmm, perhaps I should only begin keeping barrels in this way within my cellar. That is Casa Emma in Tuscany – the Chianti Reserve is recommended by me.

Taylor Lombardo Architects

Another wonderful wine-themed eating room. The barrel ceiling is a Tuscan depth that is perfect.

Taylor Lombardo Architects

A wine cavern, ohhhh. Hot curves as well as a fantastic Italian-inspired screen/tasting space.

Take a look at the large glass bottles in the corner – what a pleasant touch to the Dionysian area that is stunning!

Harrell Remodeling, Inc.

What wonderful mild that is warm to warmup having a glass of red. The doorway is a good sharp contrast to the storage that is gridded.


When may I move in? This PRINCIPLES!

Feldman Architecture, Inc.

GREAT STAND! I really like this kitchen, as well as the wine storage storage space and the layout only add more clear lines together.

Austin Patterson Disston Architects


For anyone times teetotalers visit your winebar can be hidden by the pocket door.

Roger Hirsch Architect

Quite intelligent concealed storage that doubles as a seat as well as a bar! that is reduced

DiGuiseppe Architect

This wine nook makes striking use out of what might happen to be squandered space.

Audrey Matlock Architects

It is a storage option that is wonderful. I love the distinction of the spherical holes using the rectangular layout of the kitchen.

This wine lover isn’t fooling around!

Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects Computer

The top cupboard in the home!

Axis Mundi

Bottles turn into an organization.

Only a couple more Tuscan pictures to show you some wine that is cunning displays. The one and this one were in Montepulciano.

I would like to really go to there…

A window show in Siena

Jay Hargrave Architecture