Ideas for Adding an Artful Wine Cellar to Your Home

If you love sipping on a glass of vino at the end of a long day, than your new home simply must feature a wine cellar. When designing a home, you have many wine cellar options.

Here is a look at some of the more artful choices:

wine cellar design ideas
  • Reserve Wine Racking System. This wine racking system allows you to see each bottle’s label, so you never have to sort through bottle after bottle to find the perfect one for your dinner party. It also shows off your collection as it grows. Bottles are displayed on an angle on lower shelves, and then laid on their sides, with the labels showing, on upper shelves. Let Gelette Hommas Architecture help you design the beautiful wooden racks needed for this type of system.
  • Custom X-Style Storage. Storing wine in x-style storage shelves allows you to keep a large amount of wine in a smaller space. Using stone and beautiful mohogany wood creates a warm, inviting touch. Of course, you can custom design your wine cellar to feature a few upper shelves where you can leave your more popular bottles displayed vertically for easy reference.
  • Nek Rite System. This is a unique system that uses metal pegs to hold bottles in place horizontally. You can use it throughout your entire wine cellar, or integrate it into part of a larger wood design. It has a high-end, modern look, but is an affordable choice.

Designing a home can be an overwhelming burden to undertake without guidance. There are so many choices to make, and if you don’t have a lot of experience, even the simplest of choices can be overwhelming. Let the experienced architects and designers at Gelotte Hommas Architecture guide you though the process. Contact us today to get started.

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