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Gray Tile Ceramic Floor With Contemporary Wine Cellar

ID# 122124 | Source – Credit© Allied Stone Austin


Gray Tile Ceramic Floor With Contemporary Wine Cellar

Gray and red color ceramics were used on the floor. It has dark-tone wood countertops. Wooden shelves hanging on the wall. White color is preferred on the ceiling. With a chandelier, space achieves a contemporary appearance.

Modern Wine Cellar With Glass Wall

ID# 122155 | Source – Credit© Santana Interiors


Modern Wine Cellar Ideas With Glass Wall

The dark wood was used on the floor. Wine racks have been preferred in medium-tonewood. The floor contrasts against the walls. The walls are white and rest the space. Thanks to the divider glass wall, the place has modern air.

Modern, Rustic, and Traditional Wine Cellar Ideas!

If you like to drink wine every night or are a wine collector, why not turn the corner in your home into a wine room? All you need is a small area like a closet, pantry, or corner to create your very own small wine cellars. Now, with our wine cellar ideas, you can also create a wine cellar.

Choose glass, stone, wood, and more wine cellar ideas.

Custom wine rooms have a special allure to homeowners. Wine rooms can change your home incredibly in an instant. Are you thinking about building a custom wine room? Now, it’s time to turn a corner of your house into a work of art. To incorporate it into your home, you can test our wine cellar ideas.

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

Black Wine Cellar With White Walls

ID# 122101 | Source – Credit© BJ Armstrong Custom Homes


Black Wine Cellar Ideas With White Walls

This great wine storage, which integrates with Modern style, is quite dominated by light tones color. Modern black wine shelves add vibrancy and contrast against the light tone wood floor finishes. White walls continue and relax the white look. Black wine shelves contrast against white walls.

Wood Wine Room With Glass Shelves and Display Cabinets

ID# 122102 | Source – Credit© Imagination Wine Cellars


Wood Wine Room With Glass Shelves and Display Cabinets

The color scheme of the wine cellar storage is combined with wood shelves. Light tone wood wine shelves add vibrancy and contrast against the white walls. White walls add freshness to the space. The glass used on the top of the wooden shelves reinforces the modern look. Light tone wood was used on the floor.

Traditional Dining Room with Glass Wine Room

ID# 122103 | Source – Credit© Dragon Cellars


Traditional Dining Room with Glass Wine Room

Glass-enclosed warm rust metal finish with tasting counter and custom ladder. Warm LED lighting and glass enclosure that extends out from the top soffit. Complete with a wooden table, the space is in perfect harmony. The flamboyant chandelier used adds a rustic look. Light tone marble was used on the floor.

Gray Wine Cabinets with Gray Wood Floor

ID# 122104 | Source – Credit© СВОЁ / Двери / Мебель / Интерьер


Gray Wine Cabinets with Gray Wood Floor

In this place, which is completely dominated by wood, wine shelves were made on the wooden wall. A comfortable storage area for wines has been created in the small area. Grey-toned wood was used on the floor. A very compact and functional space has been obtained.

Blue Tile Wine Cellar With Black Shelves

ID# 122105 | Source – Credit© Design West


Black Kitchen Cabinets with White Countertop and Glass Wine Cellar

This stunning bottle collection creates a visual beauty in the kitchen! Black shelves which in harmony with the blue glossy tiles. Marble was used on the floor of the proper wine storage area. Glass wine is also in the kitchen. Light ton wood is used on the kitchen floor. Black cabinets create contrast with white kitchen countertops.

Small Wine Wall With Dark Wood Floor

ID# 122106 | Source – Credit© Kristin Drohan Collection and Interior Design


Small Wine Wall With Dark Wood Floor

The Minimal wine cellar is positioned on the stair pitch. There is a ladder in that door on the side and the railing is a gate. The dark wood was used on the floor. Contrasts against white walls.

Wood Wine Cellar With Marble Floor

ID# 122107 | Source – Credit© Pinnacle Architectural Studio


Wood Wine Cellar Ideas With Marble Floor

The wine cellar, consisting of wooden shelves, looks quite stylish. The wooden shelves are in harmony with the white walls. Light tone marble is used on the floor.

Rustic Wine Cellar With Beige Walls

ID# 122108 | Source – CreditKelly & Stone Architects | © Tim Stone Photo


Rustic Wine Cellar With Beige Walls

The stone wall is joined by vintage-looking wires. Wooden shelves were also used. It has a modern and rustic appearance. The beige color was preferred on the walls.

Modern Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor

ID# 122109 | Source – CreditHobson Woodworks Inc | © Joshua Lawrence


Modern Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor

Concrete was used on the floor. The gray color is preferred on the wall. Wine racks hanging on the wall attract attention. Black cabinets contrast against gray walls. On the wall are shelves of black color. It has dark kitchen countertops. White color is used in the ceiling. A table made from a tree trunk attracts attention. Complements the modern look.

Cozy Wine Cellar With Orange Floor

ID# 122110 | Source – CreditAstleford Interiors, Inc. | © Dan Piassick, Piassick Photo


Cozy Wine Cellar With Orange Floor

In this wine storage, all the walls are dedicated to wine. The color scheme of this wine storage is orange. Orange stone was used on the floor. Terra-cotta tiles were used on the kitchen counter. Brown cabinets fit the floor. There are circular shelves on the white walls.

Transitional Wine Cellar With Medium Tone Wood Floor

ID# 122111 | Source – Credit© Chuck Mills Design


Transitional Wine Cellar With Medium Tone Wood Floor

There are wooden wine racks from floor to ceiling. Medium-tone wood was used on the floor. A table made from a barrel adapts to space. The wooden staircase adds a rustic look.

Light Wood Wine Racks with Black Concrete Floor

ID# 122112 | Source – CreditJohn Kraemer & Sons | © Landmark


Light Wood Wine Racks with Black Concrete Floor

Wooden wine racks were used. The dark wood was preferred on the ceiling. Black concrete was used on the floor. It contrasts with wooden shelves. The triangular form is completed with lighting.

Diagonal Wine Cabinets With Wood Walls

ID# 122113 | Source – CreditBonin Architects & Associates | © John W.


Diagonal Wine Cabinets With Wood Walls

A simple, yet beautiful wine cellar. The same tone of wood was used on the wall and ceiling. It has wooden wine racks. Plain spotlighting is preferred. Rustic appearance has been achieved with table and table.

Classic Wine Cellar With Brick Ceiling

ID# 122114 | Source – Credit© Heritage Vine Inc.


Classic Wine Cellar Ideas With Brick Ceiling

There are vertical wooden shelves from floor to ceiling. Brick was used on the floor and ceiling. This gives it a classic look.

Traditional Wine Room With Glass Panels and Tasting Table

ID# 122115 | Source – Credit© McNeil Company Builders


Traditional Wine Room With Glass Panels and Tasting Table

Floor-to-ceiling glass panels were used. The full view was provided by custom-built white oak cabinets. LED accent light and decorative stone tile are stylishly integrated within the cabinetry resulting in a truly unique wine cellar. Light tone wood mixed with grey concrete on the floor. The modern look is completed with a wooden table.

Contemporary Wine Cellar With Lighting

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Contemporary Wine Cellar Ideas With Glamorous Lighting Fixture

Two different tones of wood were used. Medium tone wood was preferred on the floor. Lighting has added a contemporary look to space.

Medium Tone Wood Floor With Wine Cellar

ID# 122117 | Source – Credit© Kitchen Traditions of Colorado


Medium Tone Wood Floor With Wine Cellar

This place is dominated by Wood. Medium-tone wood was used on the floor. There are high-size wine racks.

Black Built-in Wine Racks with Concrete Floor

ID# 122118 | Source – Credit© Workshopapd


Black Built-in Wine Racks with Concrete Floor

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

Trendy Wine Cellar With White Walls

ID# 122119 | Source – CreditKelowna Absolute Interior Design Inc. | © Sublime


Trendy Wine Cellar With White Walls

In the wine term storage, which is quite modern, the white walls and wooden shelves are in harmony. Different sizes of wooden shelves were used. Medium tone wood was preferred on the floor.

Classic Wine Room With White Ceiling and Tasting Table

ID# 122120 | Source – Credit© Carrie Nicholson, RB, BIC, HL1 Director


Classic Wine Room With White Ceiling and Tasting Table

The fireplace, which is in classical style, is accompanied by wooden shelves. White color was used on the ceiling. Light tone marble is preferred on the floor.

Rustic Wine Room With Wood Tasting Table and Lantern Pendant

ID# 122121 | Source – CreditHaver & Skolnick LLC Architects | © Robert Benson


Rustic Wine Room With Wood Tasting Table and Lantern Pendant

In this wine room, wood material dominates. White color was used on the ceiling. The exposed wooden beam attracts attention. Wood is used on the floor. The rug complements the rustic look.

Small Wine Cellar With Brick Floor

ID# 122122 | Source – CreditSonora West Development, Inc. | © Brian Dunham


Small Wine Cellar With Brick Floor

In the small classic wine room, there are wooden cabinets. Brick is used on the floor. The chandelier supports the rustic look.

Curved Wine Racks with Brick Floor and Crystal Chandelier

ID# 122123 | Source – Credit© AFT Construction


Curved Wine Racks with Brick Floor and Crystal Chandelier

The black wine racks, which are curved in shape, contrast against the brick floor. Wood was used in the ceiling. The sleek look is complemented by a flashy, large chandelier.

Gray Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

ID# 122125 | Source – Credit© Westbury Windows & Joinery


Dark Gray Wine Cabinets With Wood Floor

Medium tone wood was preferred on the floor. Gray cabinets feature wine racks and wine coolers. White color was used on the ceiling. Lighting is simple, spotlights are preferred.

Black Concrete Floor With Wood Wine Cellar

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Black Concrete Floor With Wood Wine Cellar

Wooden wine racks were used. The dark wood was preferred on the ceiling. Black concrete was used on the floor. It contrasts with wooden shelves. The triangular form is completed with lighting.

Black Wine Cellar With Limestone Floor

ID# 122127 | Source – Credit© Naos Floors Ltd.


Black Wine Cellar With Limestone Floor

Limestone was used in the ground. The wall of the wine shelf is black. It contrasts against the ground and becomes the focal point. Wines hang on the wall from floor to ceiling. Gives the place a modern look.

Dramatic Wine Room Design with Herringbone Floor

ID# 122128 | Source – Credit© Boldfort


Dramatic Wine Room Design with Herringbone Floor

Gray ceramic with a herringbone motif was used on the floor. It has a gray color ceiling. The walls are all lined with black wine racks. Thanks to the glass door, space achieves a modern appearance.

Custom Wine Storage with Tasting Table and Acrylic Chandelier

ID# 122129 | Source – CreditChoeff Levy Fischman, P.A | © Lifestyle Production Group


Custom Wine Storage with Tasting Table and Acrylic Chandelier

The black plate and wood are in perfect harmony. Light ton Wood is used on the floor. The gray color is used on the wall. The mirror and chandelier give the space a stylish look. Space is completed with a wooden table and chair.

Stone Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

ID# 122130 | Source – Credit© Charles River Wine Cellars


Stone Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

A striking blend of stone, steel, and wood elements combine in this refreshingly contemporary wine cellar. The inclusion of wine pegs against rustic tile accent walls, allowing for a full label view, gives the displayed bottles a floating effect. Medium-tone wood was used on the floor.

Concrete Floor With Wood Wine Cellar

ID# 122131 | Source – CreditLuigi Rosselli Architects | © Justin Alexander


Concrete Floor With Wood Wine Cellar

Concrete is preferred on the floor. Wooden cabinets fit perfectly with concrete. White color was used on the ceiling. The barrel in the cellar is a classic and looks perfectly at ease in this calm space. The finishing touch is complete with a modern chandelier.

Glass Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets

ID# 122132 | Source – Credit© Papro Wine Cellars & Consulting


Glass Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets

The glass wine cellar in the modern living room looks pretty stylish. Medium-tone wood was used on the floor. The kitchen cabinets are wooden. A glass wine cellar with wooden cabinets is in harmony. Wooden kitchen cabinets are accompanied by white walls. Don’t forget to check the room temperature for the collection!

Curve Form Wine Racks With Stone Floor

ID# 122133 | Source – Credit© Godden Sudik Architects Inc


Curve Form Wine Racks With Stone Floor

In the wine store, which is entirely wooden, wooden cabinets are accompanied by glass shelves. Beige stone was used on the floor. Wine shelves are in a curved form. Integrity is ensured by a wooden ladder.

Dark Wood Wine Cabinets With Marble Floor and Glam Chandelier

ID# 122134 | Source – CreditIronwood Custom Builders, Inc | © Ann Parris


Dark Wood Wine Cabinets With Marble Floor and Glam Chandelier

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.

Natural Wood Cabinets with Beige Herringbone Floor

ID# 122135 | Source – Credit© Hoke Ley


Natural Wood Cabinets with Beige Herringbone Floor

We witness the perfect harmony of wood and brick. A herringbone model was used on the floor. Natural wood cabinets are accompanied by brick walls. Wooden benchtops were used. There are shelves for wines.

Brushed Aluminium Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

ID# 122136 | Source – Credit© Heritage Vine Inc.


Brushed Aluminum Wine Cellar Ideas With Wood Floor

Walnut wood was used on the floor. Made from Walnut and brushed aluminum, the wine cellar looks pretty stylish. Thanks to the flamboyant chandelier, the place has become more elegant.

White Oak Wine Racks With Brick Ceiling

ID# 122137 | Source – Credit© Joseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars


White Oak Wine Racks With Brick Ceiling

The wine racks and coffer ceiling are made of white oak. The pantry cabinets are black walnut and contrast against the floor. Seamless glass divides the two spaces. Brick is used in the ceiling. Thanks to hidden lighting, the place looks quite stylish.

Black Glass Wine Cellar With Wood Floor

ID# 122138 | Source – Credit© Black Glass Wine Cellar With Wood Floor


Black Glass Wine Cellar Ideas With Wood Tasting Table

The wine corner, consisting of a black wall, brick, and glass, looks quite contemporary. The black exposed beam contrasts against the white walls, making the wine corner the focal point. Medium-tone wood was used on the floor. Made of natural wood, the table has a stylish appearance.

Metal And Wood Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor

ID# 122139 | Source – Credit© Patterson Custom Homes


Metal and Wood Wine Cellar With Concrete Floor

Concrete was used on the floor. The concrete floor with wooden shelves is in harmony. Black is preferred on the ceiling and contrasts against the wooden shelves. Wooden shelves are accompanied by wooden walls. Metal hangers are mixed with wood. Integrity is ensured by Metal lighting.

Display Wine Cellar With Dark Wood Floor

ID# 122140 | Source – Credit© Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc.


Display Wine Cellar With Dark Wood Floor

The wines that hang on the Display wall look quite stylish. Hidden lighting was used in the alcove on the wall. Dark tonewood was used on the floor. Thanks to the white walls, the display wall becomes the focal point.

Elegant Wine Room With Ceramic Floor and Bronze Chandelier

ID# 122141 | Source – Credit© A. Perry Homes


Elegant Wine Room With Ceramic Floor and Bronze Chandelier

Multi-colored ceramic tiles were used on the floor. All walls are lined with dark wood cabinets. The tile was also used on the ceiling. A barrel standing in the middle creates a different atmosphere. Thanks to the lighting, the elegant space is completed.

Wooden Wine Storages with Wooden Ladder

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Wooden Wine Storages with Wooden Ladder

Wood and ceramic were used together on the floor. Multicolored ceramics and wood are in harmony. The wooden floor is accompanied by wooden shelves. Space was completed with lighting.

Basement Wine Room With Brick Walls

ID# 122143 | Source – Credit© Westchester Real Homes, LLC


Basement Wine Room With Brick Walls

Orange is dominant in this place. The wine racks are made of medium-tone wood. Brick was used in the walls.

Simple Wine Cellar With Wood Cabinets

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Simple Wine Cellar Ideas With Wood Cabinets

Black and white marble was used on the floor. Marbles are mixed with wooden cabinets. Plain spotlighting is preferred on the ceiling. The color of the ceiling is white. It’s a simple but stylish wine store.

Concrete Walls With Wood Wine Shelves

ID# 122145 | Source – Credit© Flaunt Interiors


Concrete Walls With Wood Wine Shelves

We witness the harmony of concrete and wood. Wooden shelves were hung on the concrete walls. The place, complete with graffiti, looks quite trending.

Modern Wine Room with Wood Cabinets

ID# 122146 | Source – Credit© Weststyle


Modern Wine Room with Wood Cabinets

Dark tone wood wine on white walls accompanies the shelves. They contrast against white walls. The gray color is preferred on the ground. The gramophone accompanying the glass entrance adds elegance to the space.

Marble Floor With Metal And Wood Wine Cellar

ID# 122147 | Source – Credit© Taylor Made Designs


Marble Floor With Metal and Wood Wine Cellar

Light tone marble was used on the floor. Light wood cabinets cover all the room beautifully. It also has metal wine racks. The wall behind it is white and becomes the focal point. Wood was used in the ceiling.

Basement Wine Room with Black Cabinets and Stone Wall

ID# 122149 | Source – Credit© Jauregui Architecture Interiors Construction


Basement Wine Room with Black Cabinets and Stone Wall

We see the perfect harmony of stone and wood. The stone walls merge with the wooden ceiling, resulting in an elegant result. Colored stones are used on the floor and add vitality. Black wine cabinets contrast against the ceiling and walls. The final touch is complete with rustic lighting.

Metal Wine Cellar With Parquet

ID# 122150 | Source – Credit© Vineyard Wine Cellars


Metal Wine Cellar With Parquet

Parquet was used on the floor. The wall with a white rough surface stands out. Wooden cabinets are accompanied by metal hangers. Thanks to the lighting, it gets a contemporary appearance.

Multi Colored Floor With Metal Wine Cellar

ID# 122151 | Source – CreditVintageView | © Photos by Danielle Kravec/Live Laugh


Multi-colored Floor With Metal Wine Cellar

This epic storage room features floor-to-ceiling columns wine racks, a tasting table, viewing lines from the outside. White color is used on the ceiling, but the floor is multi-colored. With the lighting used, space has a very modern appearance.

Black Cabinets with Floating Shelves and Black Marble Floor

ID# 122152 | Source – Credit© Winfrey Design Build


Black Cabinets with Floating Shelves and Black Marble Floor

Black marble was used on the floor. The wall and ceiling are made of small mosaic stones and have been the focal point. It has wooden wine racks. Wooden shelves hang on the wall. Lighting is simple.

Wood Wine Cellar With Petrified Wood Floor

ID# 122153 | Source – Credit© Kessick Wine Storage Systems


Wood Wine Cellar With Petrified Wood Floor

Combined with brick and wood, this wine cellar looks pretty elegant. The niches are wood and mixed with brick masonry. Each niche has double deep wine storage, the floor is petrified wood, and spiral stairs lead to a second-story wine mezzanine.

Rustic Wine Room with Dark Wood Cabinets and Stone Walls

ID# 122154 | Source – CreditVanBrouck & Associates, Inc. | © Beth Singer.


Rustic Wine Room with Dark Wood Cabinets and 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 are used to give a rustic appearance.

Black Wine Cabinets With Cottage Ceramic Floor

ID# 122156 | Source – CreditTracy Lynn Studio | © Ryan Garvin


Black Wine Cabinets With Cottage Ceramic Floor

Cottage ceramic tile was used on the floor and is multi-colored. The ceiling is white, and black cabinets from floor to ceiling contrast against the ceiling. Aşap table and chairs give the place a rustic look. Rustic and modern styles are combined.

Dark Wood Diagonal Wine Cabinets with Wood Floor

ID# 122157 | Source – Credit© Hendricks Construction


Dark Wood Diagonal Wine Cabinets with Wood Floor

Dark tonewood was also used on the floor. Beige color is preferred on the wall. It has geometric wooden wine racks. Rustic appearance is achieved with the lighting used.

Metal Wine Cellar With Industrial Concrete Floor

ID# 122158 | Source – Credit© Studio Architects


Metal Wine Cellar With Industrial Concrete Floor

Industrial concrete is preferred on the floor and is in harmony with the wooden staircase. Black balustrades contrast the wooden staircase. White color is preferred on the ceiling. The wines are hung in black metals.

Elegant Living Room Design with Gray Wine Wall

ID# 122159 | Source – Credit© VintageView


Elegant Living Room Design with Gray Wine Wall

In this home’s main living area, Vino Pins in double-deep configuration, provide a show-stopping passive wine wall. This display makes the room an entertaining focal point. The floor and seat sets are creams. The Display is dark and contrasts against the floor.

Brick Floor With Black Metal Wine Cellar

ID# 122160 | Source – Credit© Lecy Bros Homes & Remodeling


Brick Floor With Black Metal Wine Cellar

The white walls are accompanied by glass. Two materials were used in the ground. The floor of the wine warehouse is brick and the other is grey. The two materials are mixed. There are black metal hangers on the brick wall, and wines are hung there.

Stone Wine Cellar With Stone Walls

ID# 122161 | Source – Credit© Sienna Custom Homes Inc.


Stone Wine Cellar With Stone Walls

This place, which is completely stone cellularized, has a very rustic appearance. The wooden nightstand looks compatible with the stones. With the painting hanging on the wall, space achieves an elegant appearance.

Minimal Wine Cellar With Staircase

ID# 122162 | Source – Credit© Bill Cook Luxury Homes


Minimal Wine Cellar With Staircase

This place, with its minimal wine storage, looks quite modern. There is a minimal wine store under the staircase. The beige color was used on the floor. The staircase is dark wood and grey brick is used in the wall behind it. Complete with chairs and tables, the space achieves a modern look.

Wood Wine Cellar With Concrete Walls

ID# 122163 | Source – CreditA&E | © Whitney Kamman


Wood Wine Cellar With Concrete Walls

The concrete wall and the wooden ceiling are in harmony. The glass door of the wine store and the concrete wall creates harmony. The walls of the wine room are wooden.

Small Wine Cellar With White Walls

ID# 122164 | Source – Credit© Coats Homes


Small Wine Storage With White Walls

The combination of white and wood looks great. Wood was used on the floor. The wall is white. A small glass door opens into a wine store.

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