You don’t have to become a wine connoisseur to imagine and plan a wine cellar for your building, but it will help when you know a bit or two about wines.
1. Create DIY Wine Racks
This is the simplest wine cellar on our list and is suitable if you make use of the kitchen room for those who need to. Set up a little wooden rack on the wall, store the wine bottle up and hang the cups from the bottom upside down. Use real wood, or spray it on as you wish, to foster a rustic look.
2. Transform Your Staircase into a Wine Cellar
Move brooms, barrels and other stuff to create room. You can use your staircase to make a good wine cellar with just a few additional shelves and a few touches. Frame the grid rack so that the top of the bottles leans slightly forward (this is a key tip for wine storage to prevent the cork from drying out). Be sure you leave enough space over the wired grid on a shelf to store items such as glassware and cork openers. Transparent glass doors are a likely complement to a stair wine cellar, such that the least anticipated spot in your house is used for that purpose.
3. Convert Your Pantry
Food cupboards are ideal places for your wine selection. It is spacious, away from windows and usually keeps the temperature you want. Replace a glass wall to reveal the new stellar cellar with the drywall or siding of the pantry. Enter your pantry door and furnish the walls with stunning tiles to simplify the rendition of a pantry makeover. Replace already existing racks and cabinets in a grid layout with a wooden wine rack. Remember, exquisite lighting is an essential design feature in the wine cellar’s overall showcase.
4. Use the Available Extra Room
Remember to install long lasting floors that are sturdy enough to withstand fallen bottles. Create a handful of wallpaper ideas to include an industrial brick or a sleek style of stonework without hard lifts and also add drape window curtains to shield your bottles from UV rays.
5. Customize Furniture
You may have furniture that can be used for the storing of wine. For a selection of wine, two portal credences have the ideal storage room. Remove the dividers and use them as storage for the wine bottle. Put a mark on each drawer to ensure that your wind collection is well sorted.
6. Use the Space around your Fridge
The area surrounding your refrigerator, could be the best place to store your wine; use it to make a special wine cellar. Set up the wine case in colors that stand out from the rest of your room around the circumference of your refrigerator. Try to pair dark grey or metallic colored refrigerators with light gray or any dark colored racks.
Whilst investment in good cooling or refrigeration systems is a wonderful choice, a quiet, dry and cold place away from windows should be preferred and not placed near external walls so that external temperatures do not tamper with wine quality.