55+ Stone Wine Cellar
Brick Walls and Black Floor With Basement Wine Cellar
Black Stone was used on the floor. Brick was preferred in the walls. The ceiling has exposed wood beams and is compatible with brick walls. Wines are lined up in niches located in the brick wall.
Modern, Rustic and Traditional Stone Wine Cellars!
The wine cellar, made of stone, is not only glamorous. In addition to being very stylish, stone wine cellars control all the criteria of stone wine storage. The stone material controls the ambient temperature. That’s why you can make your personal wine cellar out of stone material. Designing a wine cellar can be tricky but now, you can find some inspiration according to your taste with our stone wine cellar ideas!
Choose brick, limestone, slate, and more stone wine cellar ideas.
Here you will find stone wine cellars that meet your needs, your wishes. The stone material balances the moisture and temperature required. Now, to incorporate it into your home, you can test our stone wine cellar ideas.
They are brick, limestone, slate, and more stone wine cellar that suitable for all styles.
Brick Ceiling and Floor With Transitional Wine Cellar Design
Brick material was used in the ceiling. The ground also has a medium-sized transitional brick floor. Light wood cabinets provide plenty of storage space. Space is completed with small black marble countertops and pans.
White Walls and Stone Entry With Wood Wine Racks
The stone entrance to the white canvases is very good. He attracts attention and invites us to the wine cellar. The dark wood was used on the floor. The wine cabinets are also dark wood. Floors and cabinets contrast against white walls and draw attention to themselves.
Rustic Wine Room with Multicolored and Slate Floor
The minimal wine rack has a diamond pattern that repeats the floor pattern. The wine barrel table and stools are made from recycled oak wine barrels. Their circular shapes repeat the room’s ceiling. Metal hardware on barrel table and stools echo the lighting above, and both fuse industrial and traditional styling, much like the overall room design does.
Elegant Wine Room With Light Tone Wood Ceiling
The spacious wine room, where wood and stone materials are blended, is stylish. Light tonewood was preferred on the ceiling. The floor and walls are stone. Wines are lined up in dark-ton wooden cabinets. The picture hanging on the wall opposite becomes the focal point.
Stone Wine Cellar With Stone Walls and Eyebolt
Brick was used in the courtyard of the small wine room, consisting entirely of stone walls. The walls have eyebolt. Dark wood cabinets are accompanied by white marble countertops. A rustic chandelier was preferred as lighting.
Multi-Colored Stone Wine Cellar With Terra-Cotta Tile Floor
Terra-cotta tile was used on the floor. Multicolored Stone was preferred on the walls and is in harmony with the floor. Wines are lined up on small wooden shelves. The space is complete with Vintage seats and paintings hanging on the wall.
Cottage Style Wine Room With Glass Door
Exposed brick and timber beams are in harmony. Wines are lined up on wooden built-in wine racks. A large metal glass door invites us in. Its black frame contrasts against light-tone stone walls.
Large Wine Room with Brick Walls and Metal Hangers
In the gaps opened in the brick wall, wines were opened with metal hangers. The exposed beam on the white ceiling contrasts. The beige tile was used on the floor. Complete with simple spotlighting.
Traditional Dining Room with Elegant Wine Cellar
Combining the dining room with the wine room, there are wooden glass doors and windows between them. ZeMind ekahverengi tile was preferred. Brick was used in the ceiling. Wines are lined up on wooden shelves. After dinner, you can choose what you want from there and have a pleasant time.
Elegant Wine Room With Wood Cabinets
Multicolored marble tiles were used on the floor. The stone walls have wooden shelves. The wines are lined up here. Wood was used in part of the ceiling. There are marble countertops. The wine room provides an elegant look.
Stone Wine Cellar With Island Bench
Gray wavy stone walls bring an instant character to space. There are open-tone wooden cabinets. There is an island bench in the middle. It has a black quartz countertop. Contrasts against wooden cabinets. The multi-colored tile was used on the floor.
Wood Accessories With Stone Wine Cellar
Wooden accessories are very suitable for stone walls. Wooden coffee tables are quite stylish. Wines are hung on shelves located on the wall. It is complete with a small table and chair.
Wood Ceiling and Exposed Wood Beam With Stone Wine Cellar
Porcelain tile was used on the floor. There are stone walls. A light-tone wooden ceiling was used. Dark wood beams contrast. There are opened brick niches on the stone walls. Wooden shelves are hung and wines are lined up here. The tasting table and motif glass door complete the rustic look.
Modern Wine Room With White Brick Walls
Stone wine cellar doesn’t always mean rustic. This is a great example in modern style. Grey wood was used on the floor. The white brick walls are accompanied by wooden thick beams and attract attention. Wines bottles are hung on metal hangers.
Metal Hangers and Hidden Lighting With Stone Wine Cellar
The stone walls are joined by dark-toned wooden columns and beams. Wines were hung on the stone walls with metal hangers. Light tone tile was used on the floor. Space is completed with hidden lighting.
Stone Wine Cellar With LED Lighting
The wine cellar, consisting of brick walls and ceiling, resembles a cave. Stone arched wine racks provide plenty of space for wine collection. The plain tile was used on the floor. Finished with flat LED lighting.
Large Stone Wine Cellar With Wood Floor and Ceiling
The large, natural stone walls are accompanied by flat dark wood floors. The floor contrasts against the wavy stone walls. Organically, wooden wine cabinets are placed on the walls. Light tonewood was also used on the ceiling.
Traditional Wine Room 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 racks. The space is complete with a wood tasting table.
Contemporary Wine Room With Gray Walls and Black Shelves
Beige ceramic was used on the floor. Graystones were used on the walls. There are black shelves. Black shelves contrast against the white ceiling. A small tasting table and leather chairs complete the space. It is a contemporary stone wine cellar.
Built-in Wood Dining Set with Wood Wine Rack
The wine cellar in the corner is stylish. Stone was used in the ceiling. On the floor is a light-tone wooden bar. it is complete with dark ton wood table and built-in wine racks.
Light Tone Wine Storage Room With Nature Picture
The wine cellar, dominated by beige tones, gives you peace. Space is refreshing with the nature picture on the wall. There are open-tone wooden wine racks. Images of bricks that appear on the wall from place to place give a feeling of aging. The view is complete with a wooden wine tasting table.
White Brick Ceiling and Dark Shelves With Diagonal Wine Racks
The white brick ceiling and black wine shelves are in harmony. Black racks contrast and become the focal point. There are also wines hung on stone walls. A glass door leads to the wine cellar.
Basement Wine Room with Wood Ceiling and Walls
The wooden ceiling and walls are mixed with the wavy wall. Wines were hung on the wooden walls with metal hangers. At the foot of the stone wall is a wooden seating area. The plain appearance is preserved with spotlighting. It has a modern style.
Stone Wine Cellar With Wood and Brick Floor
The floor is mixed brick with light-tone wood. Their harmony is beautiful. A glass door with a motif invites you in. Green and white are combined on the Yesil. Wooden wine racks above the cabinets bring a visual feast. Brick was used backsplash.
Brick Walls and Floor in Brick Wine Room
Brick was used on the walls and floor. On the ceiling, white color is preferred, it is simple. Wines were hung on the brick wall with metal hangers. There are red cabinets. Dark wood countertops were used.
Vintage Stone Wine Cellar With White Ceiling and Tasting Table
The white ceiling and stone walls are compatible. The white ceiling gave the place calmness. Dark wooden shelves hanging on the stone wall attract attention. Wines are lined up on open-tone wooden shelves. The room is completed with a tasting table made of the cask. Vintage rugs were used on the floor.
Basement Stone 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.
Stone Small Wine Cellar With Barrel Tasting Table
Ancient limestone was used on the floor. Wines are lined up on long wooden shelves. The place is completed with a barrel tasting table standing in the middle. In general, my rustic appearance prevails.
Farmers Blend Stone Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets and Wood Beams
Farmers’ Blend stone was used in this wine cellar. The ceiling has exposed timber beams. Vintage wooden tables and chairs were used. There are wooden wine cabinets. Dark wood wine cabinets contrast against light stone walls.
Stone Wine Cellar With Dark Wood Cabinets and Marble Countertop
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.
Circle Shelves With Stone Wine Cellar
Brick was used in the ceiling. Stone was laid on the wall and wine was placed on the racks. The view is complete with a stone table and vintage chair. Plants used on the ceiling give a different air to space. With the vintage painting used, the space becomes classic.
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