If you are a wine connoisseur or just want to indulge yourself with a bottle of fine wine, you are probably puzzling about keeping it at home. If you don’t have space for a wine cellar, you can make a neat little one under your kitchen floor. Different shelves and wine drawers are great for keeping the bottles in the kitchen or dining room. Use your kitchen island to save space. Storage under the stairs is always useful. Just remember to place the bottles carefully so as not to break them. Wine sideboards are great because they look stylish and hide your bottles in them – the light is not good for the wine, remember? Enjoy the ideas below and organize your wine storage!
Built-in storage units save floor space and can be installed anywhere – in cupboards, kitchen islands, on various shelves or even in the floor, wall or between cupboards and refrigerators. If it is a closet, your storage unit can be any suitable size and shape. If you occupy another room, e.g. For example, if there is an awkward corner between some furniture, use a vertical storage piece. When you build a storage unit into a wall or floor, you can go for any shape and size, and wall units can be quirky. For example, you can add large circular cavities to the entire wall to store bottles and get a decorative piece too.
Usual storage units
If you want to add a wine bottle storage unit somewhere in the kitchen or dining area, it can be any shelf – wood, acrylic, metal, glass, etc. It can be more common in shape and with a glass shoulder or a creative metal bottle holder. Pick a style and look that suits your space: a tree stinked for a rustic or natural space, a minimalist, sleek wood unit for a modern space, and so on.