Wine Storage Ideas For Small Spaces

Wine Storage Ideas For Small Spaces

Last Updated on December 2, 2022 by Maria Kennedy

Wine deserves its space. If you are a dedicated wine lover with an extensive collection or an amateur who starts with his first bottles in this fascinating world, and you live in a small apartment where the space must be optimized to the maximum, you are in the right place. We are going to share with you some great wine storage ideas for small spaces.

If you like wines, you will want to keep your collection organized, in line with the decoration style and architecture of your home and more importantly, within reach at all times. That’s why we present some ideas that can help you.

Ideas to store wine at home
The first spaces where people think wine should be stored are those related to food, or in spaces specially designed for it. That is why they are the first ones that we will address:

A small cellar at home

If you have the space available for it, it would be ideal if you could have your own cellar, even if it is small (compared to what one imagines or knows from movies and magazines). Today we have the advice of experts and modular designs that allow us to adapt to any space, creating storage with quality finishes and a very professional style.

Modular wine racks

Modular wine racks are also a good option for keeping wines in kitchens or pantries, where they are always within easy reach. There are multiple possible combinations. They are manufactured in different sizes depending on the need, they can be from 10 bottles to larger cabinets to store 60 or more units. They are ideal for kitchens or pantries in your home.

Making use of the corners

The corners that we often do not know how to take advantage of can easily become a small pantry. Your wines will be safe and within reach, also providing elegance and optimizing our space.

Space under the stairs

The space under the stairs that with some creative work can be an ideal place and solve the dilemma that always arises about how to make the most of that lost space.

Wine racks

When we think about about where to place our new wine rack, we tend to think of places such as the kitchen, the dining area or the living room but if you have a wide corridor, this can be a great place to storage your bottles of wine.

Glazed wine cabinets

These are becoming a trend that will attract the attention of all your friends and that, like wine rack furniture, adapt to both spaces and decoration styles.
A wall can be used with a simple installation that is functional and decorative at the same time. Options abound in different styles: rustic, wooden, vintage, metallic, modern… the possibilities in this case are endless.

Air-conditioned wine cellars

They combine modernity and tradition, noble materials with the latest technology, so that your collection can be preserved in the best way. They adapt to any space and style, and allow you to better manage your bottles.

If you consider yourself a true wine lover and collector, you can start thinking about a personalized project where you can unleash your passion and pamper the bottles. Wine rack furniture should always go with the rest of the elements of the house and that adapts to any type of decoration. They can be placed as the centerpiece anywhere, or as an auxiliary piece of furniture.

Of course you can combine all these ideas in the way that best suits your small spaces. The important thing is that you feel comfortable, with your collection always available and in a space according to your wishes.

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About Maria Kennedy

Maria Kennedy is the managing editor at Travel for Food Hub. Maria is on a full-tilt mission to share local food and travel inspiration. When she is not writing about food and travel, startups or social media, she is enjoying her time with her boys in sunny Spain.

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