45 luxury wine cellar designs. Some of these custom wine cellar room designs include tasting or sampling sections, check out number 6!
Any wine connoisseur would love a private wine cellar, preferably with a tasting area. This gallery should inspire you. Yes, most are on the luxury side, but it actually doesn’t take much to turn unused basement space into a custom cellar.
Look closely at some of the wine storage racks and you’ll see they aren’t that expensive to have built or build yourself. Line the walls with racks and place a small table in the center and you have your own cellar.
Of course, you can spend tens of thousands of dollars picking out the right design (several of our featured rooms are a testament to this) and that’s just the cost of the room… you still need to stock it with booze which can cost many more thousands of dollars. Another option is to buy a
If you also like fine liquors and beers, the room can easily accommodate those beverages as well. Finally, take a look at the
for some very nice liquor cabinets you can get to start your collection. bottom of this gallery
Cellars and Tasting Room Designs
Handcrafted storage cabinets form the walls of this room with an intimate table for two.
This design has extensive custom cabinets for thousands of bottles. The room includes a round table that accommodates 4 people. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
This stone space guarantees a fresh bottle each time. The bottle storage is very abundant.
This design offers storage for thousands of bottles. It’s made of brick and wood and adds to the luxury of the home.
This room allows for properly organized bottles by type and year.
Thousands of bottles of wood placed in wooden slots
Small bar with bottle storage built in the brick wall.
Light wood makes up the custom storage cabinets that includes a wine table for two to four people.
Small space with a table. All storage racks made of wood. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Brick and wood space with wood barrel in the middle.
Large room design in stone and wood with one wall lined with wood storing cabinets. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Massive brick design with a long tasting table and plenty of storage.
Concrete and wood cellar with two tasting areas.
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Modern tasting room and design with custom wood cabinets and round antique table with seating for four people. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Austere room with custom barrel-style storage cabinets and small tasting area at the end of the room.
Large round wooden design with tasting tasting table. Walls are in brick and liquor cabinets made of wood.
Luxurious brick and wood space and tasting room in a cave-like design. Tasting area accommodates four people. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Extensive bottle storage capability in this custom wine room with long table and benches for an included wine sampling area.
Richly designed room with chandelier, floor-to-ceiling cabinets and small tasting table for two people. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
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Ornate stone and wood with exposed wood beamed ceiling and tasting table for six people. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Cozy liquor storage room designed in stone and wood with small sitting stool and counter for tasting. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Cellar/Storage Room Design Ideas
Floor-to-ceiling light wood cabinets in dedicated wine room.
Large diverse set of wood storing cabinets with various configurations in room with wood floor and ceiling.
This space is capable of storing thousands of bottles in dark wood cabinets and green tile floor. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Massive brick design. What’s notable here are the storing cases that display the bottles. While this is a commercial setting, the display cases are an interesting design concept to add to any private home cellar and tasting room.
Example of a simple design with universal wine storing racks throughout and elevated tasting table in the center. This is a simple design that you could implement in any spare part of your basement.
Don’t underestimate the importance of ceiling design in a wine cellar.
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Example of display cases that add a dash of luxury to any cellar or tasting room. While you wouldn’t need as many as shown in this picture, one to three can do the trick!
Incredible woodwork is the highlight of this storage room which includes a ladder for reaching the bottles. Wooden bridge provides access to the closed-off storing room. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Example of an effective brick wall design that incorporates bottle storage for a basement or home bar area. This room is complemented with a built-in wood liquor cabinet.
Close-up of custom wood cabinets designed for storing maximum number of bottles.
Large semi-circular design with extensive custom wood cabinets. Floor-to-ceiling cabinet forms an island in the center of the room with a display case for featuring wines. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Extravagant designs pair perfectly with
extravagant homes, though even modest homes can benefit from a well designed cellar.
Close-up of a brick wall with built-in storage cubicles.
Interesting shelving unit combines books and wine.
The notable feature of this space is the access door to the outside which is a loading door for deliveries. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Wood design with waist-high wooden cabinets and wood paneling walls with tile inlay. A storage island is in the center of the room. I’d consider adding a flat top to the island to create a tasting area.
Small room with intricately designed ceiling. Cabinets include display storage sections for featuring select bottles. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
Example of a small space turned into elegant cellar with dark wood storing cabinets.
Stone, brick and wood cabinet design. Source: Zillow Digs. TM
While this particular space doesn’t store as many bottles as it could given the space, it’s a good example of brick wall design with built-in liquor storing receptacles.
Example of a two-story cellar with ladder for accessing bottles stored above reach.
Standing cabinet that opens up and includes storage at the bottom and includes a serving counter. Perfect for dining rooms and living rooms. Learn More.
If you’re more of a Do-it-yourselfer, don’t miss our DIY guide to creating a simple wine rack using refurbished pallets!
Liquor cabinet with serving counter. Learn More.
Globe liquor serving table. Learn More.
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