The Modern Wine Cellars of Instagram | February Edition

by / Tuesday, 27 February 2018 / Published in Design Corner

While February is a short month it still has brought us a half-dozen wine cellars we LOVE on Instagram. Who do you want to share your #winewall #winecellar and #winerack design with? Or maybe it’s all yours… that’s called self-love.

6. An Aquarium For Wine

VintageView certified designer Heritage Vine has taken the concept of an aquarium to a whole new level. This modern home in Paradise Valley, Az., is swimming in wine and stands out amongst the glass white interiors.

Wine cellar features Wall Series metal wine racks in two-bottle depth configuration mounted on Floor to Ceiling Frames (FCFs). All in Brushed Nickel finish. 

Heritage Vine Custom Wine Cellars

5. Love and Wine

In de Balans, located in Belgium, is the perfect place for a romantic evening of fine wine and dining. As they say, “Love and wine, both better with time.” The wine rack is forever. So is a trip to Belgium.

In de Balans

4. Wine On The Water

What if you could live and drink wine on the water? Luxuria On The Water is a two-story Miami contemporary floating home (for rent) that provides luxury living and a good bottle of wine.

LUXURIA Luxury Living Vessels

3. Open and Airy

Fisher Nantucket Realty showcases this stunning wine cellar with one wall for the glasses and single bottles, and another for a #labelforward display with more than a 100-bottle capacity. This Nantucket home is currently on the market for a mere $8.9 million.

Wine display features Wall Series metal wine racks in double-bottle depth configurations with Stemware Racks and Wall Series Single metal wine racks for a minimalist display. All in Brushed Nickel finish.

Fisher Real Estate Nantucket

2. Are You Thirsty Yet?

This upscale seafood restaurant offers a wine selection for every dish. Off The Hook in Pittsburgh keeps the design minimal and the bottle count high.

Wine cellar features Wall Series metal wine racks in single-bottle depth configuration mounted on double-sided Floor to Ceiling Frames (FCFs). All in Brushed Nickel finish.

OfftheHook Pittsburgh

1. Unbelievable Lighting

This custom wine room in Greenwich, Ct., by Cardello Architects is amazing. The bookshelf-design and light fixtures gives this cellar a classic, yet elegant look.

Wine cellar features Wall Series metal wine racks in double-bottle depth and Satin Black finish 

Robert A. Cardello Architects

2 Responses to “The Modern Wine Cellars of Instagram | February Edition”

  1. Gennaro Norman says : Reply

    What’s the best way to calculate the max number of bottles you can fit? N number of bottles per x and y feet?

    • Jacob Harkins says : Reply

      Great question! Max capacity for a traditional layout is approx. 9 bottles per square foot (12″x13″ technically). You can ramp up even more by doing an interlaced layout (bottle necks overlap from column to column), which increases capacity ~50%.

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