Modern and Innovative Wine Cellar Design by Jason Ball
It is an interesting topic about wine Cellar design. the word Cellar is usually close with an ordinary room which is dark, dirty, like a cave and full of old wine barrels. But now, wine Cellar not only has storage function, it also has entertaining role with modern design, structure and material. here are some ideas of how to bring modern style to your wine cellar.
Bottles of wine in an acrylic structure bathed in blue light create a stunning architectural element in this beautifully designed space. The large wooden spheres and cross-cut wood tile floor add warmth and a touch of the rustic, but in a contemporary way.
Backlit shelving allows the shape of the bottles to be used almost like art. The play of light off the walls adds another interesting set of textures and colors.
This peg-board system allows the owners to change the layout of the storage depending on what they want to highlight. By removing some pegs and installing shelves, they were able to show off their pricey champagne (which I like to imagine they purchased on a recent trip to France).
A small set of wine cubbies sits perfectly next to the kitchen area and tucked next the staircase. What probably was an underutilized area is given new life and purpose.
I just imagine walking the Italian countryside and coming across some door in the side of a cliff. I walk through the door and into a fantastic wine cellar.
Here, the clean lines of the wine storage are a nice counterpoint to the rustic table and stone surroundings.
This contemporary space also highlights the storage system — simple metals rods extend from the slatted wall — and shows off the bottles. There is no extra hardware. Note the nice lighting, artwork and great tasting area. The glass enclosure keeps the space open and airy feeling.
Dressed in white, this small kitchen is a perfect companion to a glass-enclosed wine storage area. If you are not able to have an entire kitchen setup, at least consider a small countertop and sink area. It will make the whole space more functional and enjoyable.
This small wine cellar could be tucked under a staircase or put in an unused closet or ia basement. The clean lines of the wood surround, simple bottle hanging system and lighting keep it feeling contemporary but warm.
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