The Modern Wine Cellars of Instagram | Mid-Summer Edition
We define the modern wine cellar as a wine storage area that becomes the focal point of a home or restaurant. Instagram is living proof this is happening throughout North America.
Check out our most recent Instagram roundup that encompasses several emerging wine cellar design trends — and is chock-full of inspiration.
6. The Best Hallways are Full of Wine
Many Ruth’s Chris Steak Houses around the country show off wine lists with VintageView metal racking. Thanks to Beth Donner Design, this Dallas location is now amongst the elite. The display racking that lines the hallways makes feature wines easily visible to guests and easily accessible to the staff.
Wine display features Wall Series in single-bottle depth configuration in brushed nickel.
5. Always Incorporate Wine Racks
Dana Point, Ca
Incorporating wine racks into haute design always makes a statement, as proven by this chic wine cellar by Sandra Vila Design House. Step One: Find an unused space (cue under the stairs space trend theme music). Step Two: Line the walls with minimalistic metal racking that shows off — and stores — the homeowner’s favorite vintages.
4. Luxury in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nv
Those who opt to live in Vegas, often do so in luxury. Luxury Homes of Las Vegas shows off this dream home that features Wall Series metal racking facing the glass, as well to the side. Using Floor-to-Ceiling Frames to place the bottles in different directions makes the wine cellar even more dynamic and eye-catching. Not to mention to beauty of the glass and steel doors.
3. Best of the Southeast
We love a good looking, label-forward wine cellar, and Southeast Leisure is on a roll in showing off amazing inspiration on its feed. This featured cellar is just one of the many they have posted on their Instagram in the last month. They master the art of transitional design by highlighting wine on top and increasing storage capabilities with custom millwork. The final result is a piece of design that is a focal point of main-floor living.
Wine wall features Wall Series wine racks in double-deep bottle configuration in satin black.
2. That Old-Word Feel
Overland Park, Ks
Designers are fully embracing all three styles of wine cellars, not forgetting that traditional sensibilities need a little love too. In this Overland Park, Ks., project, designer Beth Phillips incorporates gorgeous flooring, stone tiles, custom millwork, and Wall Series racking to create a wine cellar and tasting room. The wine barrel encourages guests to enjoy a tasting, while continuing to give the space an Old-World feel.
Wine wall features Wall Series wine racks in single-bottle depth configuration in satin black.
1. Wine Anytime
Two columns of metal wine racking frame this dry bar kitchen space. Some clients just don’t have the space for a full wine cellar, so creative and simple layouts are key. Jillian Starkey of HouseWears completed this room divider with metal racking that enhances a beverage serving area ready made for big entertaining goals.
Wine display features Wall Series wine racks in single-deep bottle configuration in brushed nickel.
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