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The Modern Wine Cellars of Instagram | September edition

by / Monday, 02 October 2017 / Published in Design Corner

If only we could get paid to drink wine and look at Instagram … there’s just so much great design work on this photo-driven social network (lots of good cat photos too). We found oodles of #winewall, #winecellar, and #labelforward inspiration in this month’s look at the Best Wine Cellars of Instagram.

8. The Photography is as Good as the Design

Michigan interior designer Micheal Lahner shows off this beautiful display with equally good work behind the lens. We just want to grab one of those decanters, and a few bottles of wine and kick off the weekend early.

Wine cellar features Wall Series metal wine racks in max capacity three-bottle depth configuration and in brushed nickel finish.

Nice way to end the day… #relaxing #winecellar #ethanallen #customdesign #cozyambiance #hideaway #decochic

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7. Rustic Design

A few wine racks and a touch of DIY flair in the form of modified wine crates excites us in this home wine cellar.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in two-bottle depth configuration and in satin black finish.

#winecellar #home #homedecor #style #homestyle #design #homedesign

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6. Wine Makes for Good Company

Sure, we really like the warm design of this area at Red in Bluffton, SC. But it’s the shear enjoyment of these friends sharing a meal with wine such a big part of the evening that really gets us excited.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in two-bottle depth configuration and in satin black finish.

5. Moose!!!

When you blend a paper mache moose head with a wine display, good things happen. Design by Red Square Interior Design.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in two-bottle depth configuration and in brushed nickel finish.

#myurbanbarn #moosehead

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4. Driving Thirst

This chic wine bar, Calave, in Palo Alto wants to drive your thirst from the moment you peek at this impressive wine wall. It works.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in max-capacity three-bottle depth configuration and in satin black finish.

Wall of wine♥️#happyhour #paloalto #winewall

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3. Perfect Transition

Designer Madison Taylor makes it 3 for 3, with a design making this list each month since we started it over the summer. You can see why. This display is the definition of good transitional design, blending our favorite wood, metal, and stone elements. Assist to Absolute Cabinets.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in max-capacity three-bottle depth configuration and in brushed nickel finish.

2. We Need to Move into the Mandarin Oriental. Stat.

This homeowner in the Atlanta Mandarin Oriental is living how we’d all love to live. The glass-enclosed wine display just makes you want to entertain in this beautiful dining room. It’s so incredible, it was featured by HGTV.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in max-capacity three-bottle depth configuration mounted to Floor to Ceiling Frames (FCFs). Brushed nickel finish.

Ready to entertain at a moment’s notice in this dazzling Residence at @mo_atlanta ✨

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1. When Wine Racks take a Back Seat (Not that Often)

Normally we gush about the wine racks (and they do look marvelous on this wall. But how cool is that wood wall using a product called “Wedge Projection” by Jamie Beckwith Collection?

Wine wall design by JW Kitchens in North Dakota.

Wine display features Vino Pins aluminum wine pegs in minimalist single-bottle depth configuration and in milled finish.

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