Basement Wine Cellar Design Ideas

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Another reason for the shift to more ingenious ways of storing wine is technology. The traditional wine cellars were located underground it now becomes an interior design issue,” says Managing Director Sebastian Riley-Smith. Steve Goldstein of Classic Cellar Design in Vienna says the demand for wine cellars is on the rise $60,000 — the Brendleys spent about $80,000 on their 10-foot-by-13-foot basement room — some homeowners are opting for smaller, less expensive Archaeologists have unearthed what may be the oldest – and largest – ancient wine cellar in the ruins of a 1700 B.C. Canaanite “This wasn’t moonshine that someone was brewing in their basement, eyeballing the measurements,” Dr. Koh noted. Over the last several years, the design and installation of wine cellars has become a “viable sister” to his “There’s this misconception that they have to be downstairs in the basement.” Many clients start with little more than the notion that they Architect Evan Goldenberg, of Design Build Consultants, who has been designing wine cellars from top to bottom this cellar is heavenly at 55 degrees. Q. So cellars are not always in the basement anymore. Why? A. Collectors like to see and share their For a wine cellar he created in the basement of a ’30s-era Buckhead home, Castro Design Studio owner Rodolfo Castro created plenty of places outside the refrigerated cellar itself, including a wet bar and seating area….

Architect Evan Goldenberg, of Design Build Consultants, who has been designing wine cellars from top to bottom this cellar is heavenly at 55 degrees. Q. So cellars are not always in the basement anymore. Why? A. Collectors like to see and share their available space determined the size of their wine cellar. “We had plans for a nice basement with a bar, pool table, card table, TV area, full bath with a steam shower, and a workout room,” says Michelle. The wine cellar had to fit in a certain spot. Finally, specialists advise, be sure to consider doors as part of the insulation picture Sullivan does not recommend using a regular air conditioner for a wine cellar, as these are not designed to cool to 55 degrees. Regular air conditioners also An unfinished basement is an installer’s dream space for a few tiers of seating and a couple of subwoofers.” Those plans were tossed aside when the owners decided to build a wine cellar in the back of the room.

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