The Best Wine Walls and Wine Cellars of Instagram | August edition

by / Friday, 25 August 2017 / Published in Design Corner

Our tour through the modern wine cellars and wine walls of Instagram this month takes us from traditional to modern design and throughout the U.S., Canada, and even Australia. Lots of amazing inspiration here.

9. Glass Wine Cube

Space an issue? This Wine Racks America designed project features a spacing saving design that manages to house a lot of wine, stylishly, in a conditioned cellar in virtually no space at all. Great use of space, basically.

Layout includes: 42x Vino Pins 3-Bottle kit. Bottle capacity: 126

Sometimes, functional can also be fashionable. Featuring a nifty little system from @wineguardian! #wineracksamerica

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8. Simple Wine Wall, With a Twist

Lafayette, Ca

This sharp design uses spaced (minimalist) column spacing and adds a design twist by mounting to horizontal beams that give the wall texture.

Layout includes: 5x Wall Series 7ft kits in double deep bottle configuration. Bottle capacity: 210

7. Old World, Meet New World

Cincinnati, Oh

Sometimes we forget how great our modern wine racks look in traditional settings. This blend of Old World wood with New World metal is fantastic.

Layout includes: 8x Wall Series 7ft kits in double deep bottle configuration. Bottle capacity: 336

#winecellarinnovations #justaddwine #winecellar #winestorage #wine #vintageview #mahogany #enkebol #cincinnati #cincywine

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6. Repeat Offender

Oakville, Ontario (Ca) 

Designer Madison Taylor makes a second consecutive appearance on this list. This time, using the Floor to Ceiling Frame system to install a wall of wine an inch or so in front of a beautiful DuChateau curva wall covering.

Layout includes:  Wall Series metal wine racks in single-deep bottle configuration mounted to Floor-to-Ceiling Frames (FCFs) — or, basically, the one-sided Floating Wine Wall kit.

5. Serious Wine Cellar Design

Toronto, Ontario (CA)

The chandelier is a highlight. So are the chic lighting treatments. And the textured wood wall. Frankly, this wine cellar has so many insanely cool design elements. Kudos.

Layout includes: 5x Wall Series 6ft kits in single-deep bottle configuration. Bottle capacity: 90


4. Glass, Wood, Wine

Naples, FL

We are in love with this design for a few reasons: 1) It’s as stylish an under-the-stairs wine cellar design as you’ll find, 2) It’s fully conditioned, so you can put some fine wine in here, and 3) the wood paneling on the walls and ceiling add a true element of style.

Layout includes: A combinations of Wall Series kits (5ft, 6ft, 7ft, 8ft) in double-deep bottle configuration. Bottle capacity: 144


3. Art on Both Walls, Down Under

Moss Vale, New South Wales (AU)

We love designs that show how well a wine wall can integrate into interior design. Here, one wall has a tasteful photography display, the other, the delicious wine.

Layout includes: 4x Wall Series 6ft kits in single-deep bottle configuration. Bottle capacity: 72

Who doesn’t love a full rack! #vintageview #labelforward #vintageview_usa #winerack #entryway #144bottles

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2. The Perfect Blend

Naples, Fl

Much like a fine wine itself, a great looking cellar requires an ability to blend several different features to create something beautiful. In this case, Brazilian granite for the decanting counter, glass doors, reclaimed hemlock, and sexy aluminum wine racks.

Layout includes: Vino Pins 2-Bottle Kit and Vino Rails (not pictured)

1. What, There Are Racks in There?

Denver, Co

Clear wine racks are the most minimalist way to display wine. It’s like the bottles are floating on air. Double design points for the textured wall beyond.

Layout includes: Vino Pins Acrylic Wine Racks

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