Basement Wine Cellar Hidden Glass, Stone, Wood and more!

Unique Rustic and Contemporary Basement Wine Cellar Ideas!

Maybe you’ve spent years, and yes, you’ve collected a wine collection. Even if your collection is small, you want to keep these precious bottles at their best. And for that, you need a place. Building a wine cellar in your basement is the best way to display your collection. Now with our basement wine cellar ideas, you can transform your basement into wine storage!

Build a wine cellar in your basement with glass, stone, wood, and more!

The right form of storage for wine is crucial as it affects its taste. Storage conditions affect the taste of the wine. For them, we have to maintain a balance of temperature and humidity levels. The basement is one of the best places for wine cellars. Now, is the time to turn your home basement into a wine cellar! To incorporate it into your home, you can test our basement wine cellar ideas.

They are glass stone wood and more wine cellar that suitable for all styles.

Vintage Basement Wine Cellar With Grey Porcelain Tile Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122401 | Photo CreditVintage Cellars


Vintage Basement Wine Room With Grey Porcelain Tile Floor

This wine cellar’s wine racking has many versatile features to store different sizes and styles of wines and wine bottles, such as tiered coved trays for large format wine bottles, high reveal display rows, individual bottle storage, original wooden cases, and custom cabinetry. Grey porcelain tile was used on the floor. The vintage-style wine cellar is very large and allows you to visit comfortably.

Dark Wood Basement Wine Cellar With Tasting Table

PHOTO ID #: 122402 | Photo CreditSun Forest Construction


Dark Wood Cabinets With Tasting Table

The basement proper wine storage, which is used in dark wood cabinets, is stylish. It has dark wood shelves and cupboards. It also has a tasting table. Wood was used in part of the ceiling. Adds rustic air. Dark cabinets contrast against light floors.

Chandelier With Stone Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122403 | Photo CreditMufti


Chandelier With Stone Basement Wine Cellar

The wine cellar, consisting of a stone wall, is rustic in style. There are chests on the shelves located on the stone walls. In the crates are lined up wine. Complete with a chandelier, space has a very rustic appearance.

Marble Countertop With Brick Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122404 | Photo CreditJohannes Moser Steinmetzbetrieb


Marble Countertop With Brick Basement Wine Cellar

Bricks were used on the floor and walls. Marble countertops were used. Wines are lined up on the shelves.

Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Chic Tasting Table

PHOTO ID #: 122405 | Photo CreditVintageView | Jenn Verrier Photography


Elegant Basement Design Ideas With Chic Tasting Table

If you don’t have a budget to buy some wine racks you can DIY wine racks for yourself. These Wine bottles on the white wall panel create a visual feast behind the table. Exposed wooden beams add rustic air. Medium tone wood was used on the floor and there is the same tonewood cabinet. Three walls are covered with airy layouts of the pins with a chic tasting table at the center, all brought together by a tasteful chandelier.

Contemporary Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets And Marble Countertop

PHOTO ID #: 122406 | Photo CreditBrion Jeannette Architecture


Basement Wine Room With Wood Cabinets and Marble Countertop

The cave-like basement wine cellar with its winding walls is stylish. There are short and long wooden wine cabinets. White marble countertops were used. Here you can taste the wines and have a pleasant time with the wooden table.

Herringbone Tile Floor With Elegant Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122407 | Photo CreditDesigns With You In Mind


Herringbone Tile Floor With Elegant Basement Wine Cellar

The wine cellar with its glass door is a showpiece to showcase its impressive wine collection. Wood storage racks completed with herringbone floor tiles and a chandelier. When you are designing a wine cellar don’t forget to put a 6mil poly vapor barrier over the insulation too!

Light Wood Floor And Dark Wood Cabinets With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122408 | Photo CreditFratantoni Luxury Estates Design/Build/Renovation


Light Wood Floor And Dark Wood Cabinets With Basement Wine Cellar

Lightwood was used on the floor. Dark wood cabinets contrast against light tone floors. Thanks to glass doors and windows, the wine cellar is visible from the living room. The white tile was used on the ceiling. Tasting table and barrel add vintage Air.

Dark Basement Wine Cellar With Black Ceramic Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122409 | Photo CreditDouglas Design Studio


Black Wine Cabinet Design with Black Ceramic Tiles

The floor covered with black ceramics. Black cabinets are placed on both sides of the room. Home wine cellar featuring back-lit onyx stone illuminating the space from above and featuring a Lalique sculpture as the focal point.

Stone Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets

PHOTO ID #: 122410 | Photo Credit | Sandra Weeks Design Group


Stone Wine Room With Wood Cabinetry

The wine cellar with stone on the walls is rustic in style. Wines are lined up in wooden cabinets. There is a wooden bench. Complete with a chandelier, the venue has a rustic and vintage look. The cooling unit was added to the wood cabinets.

Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets And Marble Countertop

PHOTO ID #: 122411 | Photo CreditCramer Kreski Designs


Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets and Marble Countertop

Wood was used in the basement wine cellar, which was small but useful. Wooden cabinets are accompanied by marble countertops. Lighting in the space, where Wood is also used on the ceiling, is small and elegant. Paired with wood and brick, the walls look quite harmonious.

Mediterranean Basement Wine Cellar With Marble Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122412 | Photo CreditJAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction


Mediterranean Wine Storage With Brown Marble Floor

Emperador marble was used on the floor. Venetian plaster was preferred on the walls and ceiling. Wood was preferred on wine shelves. The door center looks like steel tubing with faux finish paint. All the ingredients are in harmony and it’s a pretty stylish wine cellar.

Stone Basement Wine Cellar With Custom Door

PHOTO ID #: 122413 | Photo CreditErica Winterfield Design | Ihor Pona


Stone Basement Wine Cellar With Custom Door

A door made of wood, steel, and glass invites us to the wine cellar. The wine cellar, formed in stone walls, has wooden cabinets. The exposed wooden beam adds a separate air to space. The place is completed with the picture hanging on the wall.

Industrial Style Basement Wine Cellar With Concrete Walls

PHOTO ID #: 122414 | Photo CreditKrannitz Kent Architects


Industrial Style Basement Wine Cellar With Concrete Walls

Concrete was used in the basement wine cellar, which was industrial style. Concrete ceilings and wooden shelves are in harmony. Shelves lined up in rows give a feeling of Infinity. It is supported by simple lighting.

Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Orange Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122415 | Photo CreditLane Homes & Remodeling Inc.


Traditional Basement Storage with Wine Racks

The Tuscan flavored wine tasting room and wine cellar offer a luxurious escape for the homeowners of this magnificent Italian-inspired country estate. Wood was used on the ceiling and supported by plain spotlighting. Orange stone was preferred on the ground. Gives a natural appearance. Wines are lined up in wooden cabinets from floor to ceiling.

Brick Floor With Elegant Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122416 | Photo CreditSesshu Design Associates, Ltd


Brick Floor With Elegant Basement Wine Cellar

The wine cellar, formed by a combination of stone and wood, is quite stylish. Brick was used on the floor. A marble countertop was used above the wooden shelf. The table, complete with a tasting table, is quite elegant.

Brick Ceiling With Vintage Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122417 | Photo CreditRJ Aldriedge Companies Inc. | Randy Yarbrough


Rustic Wine Room with Vintage Tasting Table and Crystal Chandelier

The brick and stone walls used in the ceiling are in harmony. Wines are lined up in wooden wine cabinets. The gray color is preferred on the ground. Hanging on the wall with a wooden table, the painting adds a rustic and stylish air to space. The look is complete with a Vintage table and chandelier.

Brown Basement Wine Cellar With Marble Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122419 | Photo CreditToll Brothers, Inc.


Dark Wood Cabinetry With Marble Floor Tiles

White marble was used on the floor. Wood was preferred on the ceiling. The wooden ceiling is accompanied by brown cabinets. The finishing touch is complete with a chandelier.

Stone Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Ceiling And Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122420 | Photo CreditJudd Builders | Photography by Ryan Theede


Stone Basement Design With Wood Ceiling and Floor

With exposed beams and stone walls, the space looks quite rustic. Wines are lined up in the existing fireplace. There are wooden shelves and metal hangers. Light tonewood was used on the floor.

Rustic Basemen Wine Cellar With Glass Door

PHOTO ID #: 122421 | Photo CreditLuther Paul Weber AIA, Architect


Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Glass Door

Beige ceramic tile was used on the floor. Stone, wood, and glass materials are in harmony. The frameless glass door has added modernity to space. Wines are lined up on wooden shelves. It is complete with a rustic chair and chandelier.

Stone Walls And Wood Ceiling With Eclectic Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122423 | Photo CreditPinnacle Architectural Studio


Basement Storage Room with Wine Barrels and Wood Ceiling

Designed in an eclectic style, the wine cellar used wood and stone material. Stone was used on the walls and Wood was used on the ceiling. Light tonewood was preferred on the floor. Wines become focal points with lighting.

Black Basement Wine Cellar With White Walls

PHOTO ID #: 122424 | Photo CreditWork Shopapd


Black Built-in Wine Racks with Concrete Floor

Black shelves contrast against white walls and become the focal point. The light color is preferred on the floor. Lighting is simple to spot. Wooden shelves add to the trendy look.

Cross Wooden Shelves With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122425 | Photo CreditBrandon Architects, Inc. | Will Edwards Photography


Custom Wine Cellar with Wood Cabinets

Light color was preferred on the floor and walls. Cross wooden shelves on the wall become the focal point and attract attention. At the same time, wines were hung on metal hangers. Simple, complete with spotlights.

Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Patterned Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122426 | Photo CreditJohn Kraemer & Sons | Landmark Photography


Dark Brown Cabinets with Granite Countertop and Wine acks

Painted concrete was used on the floor. Wines are lined up on long wooden shelves. Espresso kitchen cabinets paired with granite countertops. A patterned sink was used. Mixed with gold faucet. It is quite elegant complete with a patterned ceiling.

Small Basement Wine Cellar With Beige Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122427 | Photo CreditTen Ten Creative


Small Basement Wine Cellar With Beige Floor

A black metal frame and a glass door almost invite us inside. In the small but adequate Wine Cellar, Wines are neatly lined up in wooden cabinets. On the floor, Beige Wood was used on the ceiling. It is complete with a small and effective chandelier.

Basement Wine Cellar With White And Brick Walls

PHOTO ID #: 122428 | Photo CreditBasements & Beyond


Basement Wine Cellar With White and Brick Walls

There are wines on wooden circular shelves on the white wall. At the same time, ın this section of the wine cellar, the homeowner makes his own wine and stores various types in the wine kegs for bottling. You can sit in the wine cellar, which is simple but elegant, and spend a pleasant time with your friend.

Classic Basement Wine Cellar With Herringbone Tile Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122429 | Photo CreditJames Glover Home, Inc.


Classic Basement Wine Cellar With Herringbone Tile Ceiling

Herringbone tile was used on the ceiling. Grey tiles are preferred on the floor. Wooden doors and wooden shelves give a rustic look. A glass bottle on a wooden shelf attracts attention.

Basement Wine Cellar With Multicolored Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122430 | Photo CreditAlan Mascord Design Associates Inc | Photos by Bob Greenspan


White Wine Storage With Multicolored Floor

A place where light tones are preferred gives a person a sense of calm. Multi-colored tile is preferred on the floor. Beige color wood wine cabinets were used. Supported by spotlighting.

Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Wine Cabinets

PHOTO ID #: 122431 | Photo CreditThompson Custom Homes | Steve Chenn


Traditional Basement Storage With Wood Wine Cabinets

The wine cellar with wooden cabinets was designed in the traditional style. Grey tile was used on the floor. wines are lined up on long vertical wooden shelves. Complete with a small wooden mirror, the space is elegant.

Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122432 | Photo CreditScott Christopher Homes


Rustic Basement With Wine Racks and Concrete Floor

The stone wall and wooden storage shelves are in harmony. Gray concrete is preferred on the floor. White is used on the ceiling and is supported by simple spotlighting. Space is completed with a wooden tasting table.

Tropical Style Basement Wine Cellar With Beige Wine Shelves

PHOTO ID #: 122433 | Photo CreditKevin Williams Construction, Inc.


Tropical Style Basement With Beige Wine Shelves

The wine cellar, dominated by beige colors, is stylish. There are natural wood cabinets designed according to the ceiling. The dark wood glass door attracts attention. Designed in the Tropical style, the wine store is complete with a chandelier. For really big collections like this, you should install a monitoring alarm system and climate control system!

Tuscan Style Basement Wine Cellar With Brick Ceiling And Wood Beams

PHOTO ID #: 122434 | Photo CreditCHC Design-Build | CHC Creative Remodeling


Tuscan Style Basement Wine Cellar Design Ideas With Brick Ceiling and Wood Beams

The brick and wooden beams used in the ceiling are in harmony. Black tile is used on the floor and creates a contrast. Covered with medium-ton wood cabinets, the place is quite rustic in style. The flamboyant chandelier was used. The place was completed with the barrel laid out.

Wood Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinet And Black Countertop

PHOTO ID #: 122435 | Photo CreditAbruzzo Kitchen & Bath


Wood Cabinets With Black Countertop And Black Backsplash

The black floor forms contrast against the wood cabinets. Wooden cabinets paired with a black countertop and black backsplash. This adds sharpness to the wine cellar and makes wooden cabinets a focal point. A cabinet with hidden lighting is brought to the fore.

Wood Cabinets And Tasting Table With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122436 | Photo CreditAustin Patterson Disston Architects | Michael Biondo


Diagonal Wood Cabinets with Tasting Table

Wooden wine cabinets with grey floors are in harmony. The wine cellar is calm, using white on the ceiling. The space is elegant with a wooden tasting table standing in the middle.

Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Multi Colored Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122437 | Photo CreditThompson Custom Homes | Steve Chenn Jane Page Design Group


Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Multi-Colored Floor

The multi-colored tile was used on the floor. Brick was used in the ceiling. It is in harmony with wooden cabinets. The style of the large basement wine cellar is rustic and stylish.

Unique Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Dark Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122438 | Photo CreditAtkinson Pontifex


Unique Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Dark Floor

A unique wooden traditional-looking wine cellar. Curvy wooden cabinets fill the eye. Excellent wine storage in the small area. The dark color on the floor has been preferred to highlight this wooden cabinet.

Basement Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor And Wood Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122439 | Photo CreditTELFORD+BROWN STUDIO ARCHITECTURE | NW Architectural Photography


Modern Wine Storage With Concrete Floor and Ladder

Concrete, glass, and wood are the materials used in this below-grade basement wine cellar. Concrete and wooden cabinets used on the floor are in perfect harmony. Dark tonewood was preferred on the ceiling and finished with simple spotlighting.

Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Terra Cotta Tile Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122440 | Photo CreditMSH Design, Inc. | California Homes


Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Terra-Cotta Tile Floor

Terra-cotta tile was used on the floor. Brick was used in the ceiling and is in harmony with the white walls. The wooden wine cabinets on the two sides, which are symmetrical, are elegant. Complete with a chandelier, the space is quite stylish and rustic.

Modern Spiral Wine Basement Cellar With Wood Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122441 | Photo CreditSAPPHIRE SPACES Bulthaup Exeter


Modern Basement Wine Room with Spiral Staircase

Wood material was used extensively. The glass doors of the spiral cellar on the floor attract immediate attention. This clever design uses natural ventilation to achieve the best possible temperature and humidity for storing wine. The cellar can also be used as a cold store/larder.

Glass And Metal Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Marble Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122442 | Photo CreditSpiral Cellars


Basement Wine Cellar With Spiral Staircase

The glass spiral wine cellar in the Modern kitchen attracts attention. Light tone tile was used on the floor. It is compatible with white walls and the space is spacious. It is complete with a wooden dining table and white chairs.

Wood Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With White Shaker Cabinets

PHOTO ID #: 122443 | Photo CreditSpiral Cellars


Eat-in Kitchen With White Shaker Cabinets and Black Countertop

There is a spiral wine cellar perfectly integrated into the modern kitchen. The dark wood was used on the floor. The lid of the wine cellar is also wooden. It’s the perfect idea to hide your wine collection. The shaker has white kitchen cabinets. Compatible with wooden dining table.

Glass Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122444 | Photo CreditCreate Projects


White Cabinets with Marble Countertop and Basement Storage

The kitchen, dominated by white tones, has a glass spiral wine cellar. The light tone is in harmony with the wooden floor. There are a white kitchen island and white kitchen cabinets. The modern kitchen is stylish.

Stone Walls And Black Ceiling With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122445 | Photo CreditSpacecrafting / Architectural Photography


Basement Wine Room with Black Tasting Table

The walls of the wine cellar, which is in classical style, are stone. Black matte material is used on the ceiling. Contrasts against stone walls. There are wooden and metal wine racks. The tasting table completes the space.

Unique Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Light Tone Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122446 | Photo CreditSpiral Cellars


Unique Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Light Tone Floor

The Spiral wine cellar offers professional and high-capacity storage areas at home. The wine cellar, which looks quite modern, attracts attention with its different design. It harmonizes with the light tone color used on the floor against the white walls.

Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Kitchen

PHOTO ID #: 122447 | Photo CreditSpiral Cellars


Spiral Basement Wine Cellar With Kitchen

The wine store, which is on the floor and is designed in the form of stairs, is quite interesting. You can lift the lid and easily take or store your wines from below. The wine storage in the kitchen is practical.

Modern Basement Wine Cellar With Vertical Wooden Cabinets

PHOTO ID #: 122448 | Photo CreditJBP Architects | Photography Copyright Matthew Millman


Modern Basement With Two-Storey Wooden Cabinets

Symmetrically designed long vertical wooden wine cabinets give a person a sense of Infinity. They form a long thin corridor. A light tone was used on the floor.

Modern Basement Wine Cellar With White Walls And Painting

PHOTO ID #: 122449 | Photo CreditTRA studio Architecture PLLC


Modern Wine Cellar With Black Framed Glass Door

A glass wine cellar stands out in the long slender corridor. Its black metal frame contrasts against white walls and attracts attention. Brown color was used on the floor. The space is complete with simple spot lighting and paintings hung on the wall.

Wood Cabinet Basement Wine Cellar With Coffer Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122450 | Photo CreditJoseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars


Wood Cabinet Basement Wine Cellar With Coffer Ceiling

Brown and beige tiles were used on the floor. A wooden coffer ceiling system was applied to the ceiling. Wood material was used extensively. The stone door entrance is compatible with the wooden walls. Wines are lined up on wooden shelves and cupboards. It is generally made in a rustic style.

Rustic Basement Wine Cellar With Modern Glass Door

PHOTO ID #: 122451 | Photo CreditCLB Architects


Rustic Wine Cellar With Modern Glass Door

The ceiling of this place, which blends modern and rustic style, uses medium-ton thick wood. Stone was used in the walls and floor. its large glass door adds modern air to space. Large wooden wine cabinets are complemented by LED lighting.

Mountain Style Basement Wine Cellar With Stone Floor

PHOTO ID #: 122452 | Photo CreditJJ Interiors | Ron Ruscio


Mountain Style Basement Wine Cellar With Stone Floor

The small basement wine room, designed with mountain style, is rustic in style. Wood material was used. Stone was preferred on the ground. Wines are lined up on wooden shelves. There is a wooden bench. The place has a rustic appearance with a small staircase.

Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Meandering Wooden Cabinets

PHOTO ID #: 122453 | Photo CreditStraightline Design, Inc. | Jeffery Bebee


Elegant Basement Wine Cellar With Meandering Wooden Cabinets

The meandering wooden wine cabinet and the meandering stair treads are in harmony. The small glass and medium-tone wooden door immediately attract attention. The stone walls and the wooden door are mixed. Grey tile was used on the floor. It is complete with a small wooden table.

Porcelain Tile Floor With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122454 | Photo CreditAtchison Heller Construction, LLC | Ed Gabe


Porcelain Tile Floor With Basement Wine Cellar

Beige porcelain tile was used on the floor. There are dark shiny wooden wine cabinets. It contrasts against the ground and attracts attention. The arched stone vault becomes the focal point of the wall and has glass shelves. It is finished with a white ceiling and chandelier.

Wooden Cabinets And Stone Walls With Basement Wine Cellar

PHOTO ID #: 122455 | Photo CreditVanBrouck & Associates, Inc. | Beth Singer Photography


Wooden Cabinets and Stone Walls With Basement Wine Cellar

Wooden wine cabinets with stone walls are in perfect harmony. As if stone walls make us live in a cave. It gives us a chance to navigate the bleak room as we please. Rustic weather prevails. Concrete was used on the floor. Wood step ladder helps to reach upper shelves.

Dark Wood Basement Wine Cellar With Stone Walls

PHOTO ID #: 122456 | Photo CreditEllwood Interiors | Photography: Beth Singer


Dark Wood Basement Wine Cellar With Stone Walls

Stone material was used in this place. Untreated Stone was used in the walls. It is joined by wooden wine racks. There are dark-ton wood cabinets. The lighting and accessories used to give a rustic appearance.

Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Circular Form Wood Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122457 | Photo CreditRenew Properties


Traditional Basement Wine Cellar With Circular Form Wood Ceiling

Brick was used on the floor and Wall. In the ceiling, wood in a circular form was preferred, which made the Tasting Table a focal point. It is in harmony with the white ceiling. Wines are lined up in wooden cabinets. The space is complete with a tasting table.

Basement Wine Cellar With Vaulted Brick Ceiling

PHOTO ID #: 122458 | Photo CreditAllwood Construction Inc


Basement Wine Cellar With Vaulted Brick Ceiling

The barrel-vaulted brick ceiling and the steamed floor are in harmony. wines are lined up in dark wooden wine cabinets. It also has wooden shelves. The Hidden Light used on the steps adds a different air to space.

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