Custom Built Wine Cellars
California Wine Cellar: Up first is a wine room in California created by professional contractors John Kraemer and Sons. It features a wooden ceiling and large iron doors designed to help keep this wine room climate controlled. The ceiling is built with interlocking small pieces of hand picked reclaimed Oak wood each painstakingly hand laid to fit perfectly.
Royal Wine Cellar: Virginia ledge stone compliments and balances the use of wood in this inspirational wine room. The racks themselves are made from walnut wood. The wall mounted wooden shield and carvings on the center part of the bench complete this wine cellar. I the lighting is neat too, great choice.
Wine Cellar Circa 1950's: I've got a few more inspirational designs to show you, including one modern wine room that may surprise you. Take a look at them and then ask yourself what you want in your wine cellar, besides the wine! This wine cellar is protected by a wrought iron gate.
Wine Cellar in a Castle Tower: I love the feel of this room, it could very well be in the tower of a real castle given the extensive brickwork and rounded dimensions. I like the choice of chandelier, it closely resembles candles which is what would have lit this room centuries ago. My favorite touch is the wine rack surrounding the window opening on the left.
Outdoor Wine Cellar: I liked this wine cellar design because it could just as easily be outside as in the cellar. A working bar and rounded archways, plus the choice of wall scone lighting, give it medieval feel. Do you supose there could be a secret room behind one of the wine racks?
Cellar With a Great Mural: The wall mural in this wine cellar is fantastic, it suggests that this seller is old indeed. A mix of new wooden wine racks and old timber beams tell me that it is probably old, and well used. Wine tasting is fun in a cellar like this, it's equipped to let you try many different vintages, with the help of a good sommelier of course.
Star Trek Wine Cellar: I'm a lover of most things old but thought I'd show you what Captain Picard's wine cellar looks like on the enterprise too. It's located in a multi-million dollar home at 1224 Waterstone Boulevard in Franklin, Tennessee and was designed by interior designer Jamie Beckwith.
Futuristic Wine Cellar: These last two photographs are about as modern a wine cellar design as you are likely to see, even futuristic. This futuristic wine cellar is built to store 2000 wine bottles and makes extensive use of glass and blue lighting complete with a glass ceiling and floor. Who says you can't keep an eye on your wine cellar when working in the office?