One of my favorite home design projects to look up is cool wine racks for home. I like to think of myself as a wine expert and I have always wanted to build something cool in this oddly shaped area off of our dining room. A wall wine rack like this would be the perfect way, not only to take advantage of the empty space, but also to create an eye catching feature to wow friends and family. The space I am talking about is roughly these dimensions so we would need very similarly shaped units. I assume I will need a contractor to build custom wine storage racks like these because of their intricate detailing and unique patterns. So if anybody on here specializes in these types of projects, I would love to talk with you!
I have been on the hunt for wine racks for home that look just like this photo. Unfortunately, I think they may have to be custom made because I have looked all over and cannot find something quite as extensive as these. I have been trying to plan a cool method for wine storage in the basement of our new house because we have an awesome enclosed area that I think would make the perfect cellar. But no cellar is complete with out some type of unique and efficient way to store the wine. I am particularly partial to wooden wine racks because I think it is a classic look and one that will not go out of style. I would love to build a space just like this and then put in a small tasting table and chairs for when we have guests over.
Check out these cool wine racks for home that can be hung in awkward unused spaces to serve double duty as storage and decor. We have a similar shaped area in our lofted bonus room (that I use as my man cave) that, for years, I have been trying to figure out how to utilize. I have a temperature controlled wine cabinet right now, but my collection continues to grow and I want something that can accommodate it. Plus, a simple wine cooler is not very impressive looking -- I want something that my buddies will think is really cool when they walk inside. These metal wine racks seem like the perfect option because they look awesome hung on the wall and they hold a tone of bottles.
This is such a cool way to install wine racks for home and an unused nook in the basement. Of course most of us don't have an awesome stone bonus area in our house, but we could incorporate a similar style wine rack cabinet into the corner of a bonus room, dining area, or basement. The design of the unit is actually quite simple and something that I think my husband could built if I cannot find it prefabricated somewhere online. Most wine rack ideas that I have seen feature those cross-hatch "x" style designs to hold the bottles and opposed to this more simple and contemporary look. I much prefer the simplicity of this design because I think it adds a bit more of a modern edge to one of these classic pieces.
During my endless search for the perfect wine racks for home to add to our newly built basement bar, I found this really cool design. My favorite part of the room is the beautiful tuscan mural painted behind the wall mounted wine rack. It gives such a cool on-theme ambiance to the space and is something that I could definitely achieve in my own home (I consider myself a pretty good artist). We actually have a fairly similar layout in our room -- it is long and narrow with a nook in the back for a high top dining table. All the space needs is a diy wine rack like this along one or both of the long walls and a cheerful countryside scene painted across the entire backside of the room.
One of my favorite projects that we have worked on lately is these cool custom wine racks for home that a client requested in her butlers pantry. Usually, those types of rooms are lined with shelving and cabinets to provide extra storage or counter space for prep work. But she does not consider herself much of a chef so, instead, she wanted to fill the room with custom wine rack furniture. I thought this was such a cool idea and a unique project that we don't often get requests for. The first step was to cover the walls in this cool stone subway tile to give it a nice backdrop. Then we built and stained each wine shelf to fit into the spaces flanking the focal point cabinet.