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Do you enjoy wine and have desires of starting your own collection?  Space is always an equalizer when it comes to designs, but the great thing about a wine collection is it is visually pleasing.  While some people have wine cellars or even a room completely dedicated to wine, it is also very easy to inspire ingenuitive ways to store in your kitchen.

Here are some ways to rock your wine storage.

Ways To Store Your Wine In The Kitchen

A lot of people store their wine in cellars and some even have rooms fully dedicated to their wine, but most connoisseurs of wine don’t have that kind of space so it’s important to find an aesthetically pleasing way to store your wine in the kitchen.

The kitchen featured below has taken up an entire wall with shelving.    The wooden shelves below give a rustic homey feel to this kitchen.  There is enough space for a rather large sized collection, but it fits in nicely without looking cluttered.

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When a kitchen has enough space for an island it is an excellent space utilizer.  In the kitchen featured below this island keeps the counter space open for use while cleverly turning the area below into wine storage.  This photo shows a glass storage, but it could easily be interchanged with a wood storage or doors to accommodate whatever your design aesthetic is.

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Dynamic Wine Cellars

If you have the space and a large enough collection a wine cellar it is probably the most desirable way to keep your wine.  Below are some examples of very different ways to design when available this option.

The picture featured below grasps the organic beauty of the natural feeling of wood, the smell alone must be intoxicating.  The vines and grapes above give the feeling of being right in a vineyard itself.  There is something about the comforting feel of this rooms that reads authenticity.

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The wine cellar below emotes an almost speakeasy type feel, or something more intimate and private.  The stone is cold and gives the impression that the wine has been there aging gracefully for ages.  The open space makes the room feel like there is that much more wine there, and displays it in a way that looks entirely intent on being a connoisseur.

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Design Your Own Wine Room

It would be lovely to have an actual wine cellar, and sometimes all the space you have is for shelves, there is also another option.  Create your own wine room.  It doesn’t have to be enormous, but there are plenty of creative ways to make a special room all for your Pinot Grigio or Shiraz.

The photo below looks as though it was formerly a pantry or a large closet.  It goes into the wall and gives a ton of space for your wine, but remains visually pleasing by keeping a clear door.  When people visit they have to opportunity to view your collection.

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The photo below is inspired by a room with a lot more space and while it’s space is more open it keeps the contemporary style and feeling of openness by making the room entirely glass almost showcasing the wine as an especially coveted item.

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