Wine storage

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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We are always searching for creative storage ideas on homify, and luckily, our experts consistently deliver. Today, we are touching on wine storage for all those beginner and advanced connoisseurs out there who are looking to either extend or create a suitable place to house a collection of wines. From full scale rooms, to cleverly tucked away ideas, we have an ideabook with some great wine storage ideas that you can very easily implement into your current, or future home. 

Peek-a-boo

So, space in your home comes at a premium, but you have a growing collection of wines. What do you do? Capitalise on the space under your kitchen, and build a cellar. The best thing about storage spaces, that are underneath our homes, is that they always maintain a great temperature and shield from unwanted sunlight and prying eyes—the perfect formula for a wine collector! 

Hidden treasures

Chalet Gstaad: rustic Wine cellar by Ardesia Design
Ardesia Design

Chalet Gstaad

Ardesia Design

This is an exemplary example of how to store wine . Finished beautifully in timber in its most raw form, this cellar oozes with class and sophistication. For the avid and advanced collectors, this type of room is either the result of an advanced extension or a crucial element in a new build. You will be the absolute envy of friends and family when you give them a tour of your bonafide wine tasting area. 

Debonair

For the esteemed lady or gentlemen out there, this wine storage area, or perhaps cigar lounge, is perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying a solitary moment with a glass of wine or whiskey. Retaining some old world charm, the arm chairs, table and pictures, are all reminiscent of golden years gone by. A classic setting is always great for these kind of rooms; they have a certain elegance and classy air about them. 

Geometrically speaking

Coach House:   by Coupdeville
Coupdeville

Coach House

Coupdeville

modern and sleek wine storage option is great if you have an unused wardrobe, or area that could serve a better purpose. Housing an already large collection, you have the freedom to add more shelves and more layers if the amount of wine you hold suddenly expands. Encased in glass, your collection is still on show, yet remains within the correct climatic conditions to ensure absolute best for your wine.

Beginners luck

Kyoto Show home, Japan:   by NSDA
NSDA

Kyoto Show home, Japan

NSDA

For those who are just starting out, or who only have a small selection of prized bottles that require being kept under optimum conditions, can choose a unit which is cleverly disguised as a fridge. You can sleep soundly at night knowing your thirty year old bottle of Shiraz is safely stowed away. You can check on it often, like a doting parent, awaiting the day a special occasion comes when it can be served.

What do you think of these wine storage ideas? Do you have a collection that requires better storage? Let us know your dilemmas below.
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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