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5 amazing modern home wine cellars (and walls)

by / Thursday, 19 October 2017 / Published in Design Corner

Drinking and collecting wine is a lifestyle. And grand collections should be put on display. Here are five of the sexiest wine cellars we’ve seen recently, all balancing the elements that keep wine safe with serious modern design panache. Open a nice bottle, check out these projects, then get in touch when you are ready to put one of these beauties into your home or as part of your next project.

5. A Modern Wine Cellar Find in the Idaho Parade of Homes

Eagle, Idaho

Modern wine cellar in 2017 Parade of Homes

This room just oozes contemporary goodness. Open floor plan. Warm fireplace for cool Eagle, Id, nights. Mixed materials throughout. A a showpiece of a wine room, a glass enclosed cellar with great lighting featuring label-forward Vino Pins. This home was a show-stopper on the 2017 Idaho Parade of Homes.

Wine Cellar Details:

  • Design by Rendition Designs
  • 120 bottles
  • Vino Pins metal wine racking pegs
    • Double bottle depth configuration
    • Milled aluminum finish
  • Wine racking cost: $1,920

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4. The Mickey Mouse Wine Wall

Orlando, Fl

This elegant — yet totally fun and Disney-ish wine cellar — was crafted as part of a beautiful interior design job by Marc-Michaels Interior Design (read our interview with the designer). This wasn’t a home for a massive Walt Disney fan, rather a high-end residence created in the Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort. Throughout the community, the mouse ears are showcased in subtle fashion. It’s a thing.

Wine Cellar Details:

  • Design by Marc-Michaels Interior Design
  • 140 bottles
  • Vino Rails, cork-forward aluminum wine pegs
    • Anodized black finish
    • Cork-forward orientation
  • Passive wine cellar
  • Custom metal gate by Manz Work
  • Ventura sandal tile from The Flooring Center
  • Wine racking cost: $1,820

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3. Hollywood Cellaring

Beverly Hills, Ca

Beverly Hills Wine Cellar

Beverly Hills Wine Cellar
It’s not an easy endeavor to build a crazy cool wine cellar that is part of an indoor/outdoor floor plan, but the designers for this modern storage area in Beverly Hills used UV protective glass to keep the wines safe. Two dark glass walls allow for this cellar to open up to the kitchen and an entertaining room.

With lights on at night, it really pops into the forefront.

Wine Cellar Details:

  • 192 bottles
  • Wall Series metal wine racks
  • Wine racking and metal framing cost: $7,584
  • Photos by Michael McNamara/Shooting La

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2. Rustic Modern in a Ski Town

Park City, Utah

Park City Wine Cellar

Technically, we’d put this in a transitional design category but this is modern in a ski town. Park City is all about traditional log and stone. This is a clean blend of metal into that look for a final wine cellar that will probably be responsible for a few missed ski days.

Wine Cellar Details:

  • Design by Jaffa Group Design
  • 1,080 bottles
  • Wall Series metal wine racks
    • Satin black finish
    • Magnum bottle storage
    • Label-forward orientation
  • Wine racking and metal framing cost: $3,428

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1. Under the Stairs Never Looked so Good

Corona Del Mar, Ca

What else are you going to do with that empty space under the stairs? This is one of the best examples of how an unused part of the kitchen can become an integral part of entertaining.

Wine Cellar Details:

  • Design by Ultra-Mod Home Conecpts
  • 1,080 bottles
  • Wall Series metal wine racks
    • Satin black finish
    • Mounted on Floor-to-Ceiling Frames (FCFs) with backer bars for one-sided display
    • Magnum bottle storage
    • Label-forward orientation
  • Wine racking and metal framing cost: $2,674
  • Photo by Jeri Koegel

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