The Modern Wine Cellars of Instagram | August Edition
This month, designers focused on the best materials to use to complement then metal wine racks. From glass to wood to acrylic, the appealing spaces we found on Instagram were designed with purpose and elegance. Get inspired by the type of wine displays and find your next #winewall.
6. Metal and Glass Perfection
We think metal looks stunning surrounded by glass. So does Wine Cellar International. Our friends in Fort Lauderdale created this glass-enclosed display using Wall Series metal wine racks surrounded by glass shelving for all the glassware and liquor. So you don’t have to pick between a cocktail or a glass of vino. This design is perfect for entertaining.
Wine display features Wall Series in triple-bottle depth configuration in satin black finish.
5. Clever Wine Wall
Every home needs a floating wine wall. Seriously. British Columbia based company Merola Construction Inc. built a dry bar perfect to create the idea minimalistic spot. Display bottles on top for easy access and clever design with a wine fridge below to store more bottles at serving temp.
Wine display features Vino Series Pins in single-bottle depth configuration in milled aluminum finish.
4. Wine in the Country
Up in Cheyenne, Wy., these homeowners are not letting any space go to waste. Putting a wine cellar under the stairs is one of our favorite ways to maximize space and add more excitement to the home. There’s innovative wine displays filled with good wine, and serves as proof cowboys drink good wine, too. Thanks to Realtor Susan Andrews for sharing this find.
Wine wall features Wall Series in single-bottle depth configuration in brushed nickel finish.
3. Off the Wall
Another incredible wine cellar by Madison Taylor. Using Floor-to-Wall Brackets, the talented design team lifted the Wall Series metal wine racks off the wall to preserve the beautiful wood curva from Stone Tile International. In fact, the wall is so beautiful, we’d feel obligated to drink enough wine to ensure we could always see it.
Wine wall features Wall Series wine racks in single-deep bottle configuration in chrome finish.
2. Clean and Chic
Veranda Estate Homes likes to keep its builds and renovations clean and contemporary. Which is why we love this custom homebuilder. We can’t get enough of the light wood mixed with Wall Series metal wine racks. The curtain wall adds an air of mystery to the wine room. This unique style is perfect for the wine geek in all of us. Or the design geek.
Wine wall features Wall Series wine racks in single-deep bottle configuration in satin black finish.
1. Closets Aren’t Just For Clothes
VintageView elite dealer Wine Enthusiast proves that closets are not just for clothes with this dreamy walk-in wine closet. Using Wall Series and WS Presentation Rows, this spaces holds more than 1,300 of your favorite bottles. We think everyone needs a wine closet like this with a gorgeous chandelier, and maybe even a mirror at the back so it looks like the room never ends.
Wine display features Wall Series wine racks in double-deep bottle configuration in satin black finish.
- Vino Rails Designer Kit (9 bottles): Cork Forward Wall Mounted Wine Rack Display $144.00 – $180.00
- Vino Rails Designer Kit (6 bottles): Cork Forward Wall Mounted Wine Rack Display $96.00 – $120.00
- Vino Pins Designer Kit (12-bottle layout): Wall Mounted Wine Rack Display $240.00 – $528.00
- Vino Pins Designer Kit (6-bottle layout): Wall Mounted Wine Rack Display $120.00 – $192.00
- Vino Rails Mounting Plate for Magnum Wine Bottles (vino series post system component) $6.00 – $16.00
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