Wine Storage Cabinets For Any Wine Enthusiast

The increasing growth in the appreciation of wine translates well into taking the experience of the wine bar experience to the privacy of one’s own home.  These can take shape as part of a kitchen remodel adjacent space, in a spare closet, a room newly captured in the basement, or dedicated space for tasting, all with temperature controlled environments, and generally a great ambiance to help put all wine lovers in that mood for conversation, relaxation, and good wine.

If a dedicated space for just wine isn’t an option, other alternatives abound.  Remodeling your kitchen can be a great opportunity for adding that wine storage you’ve always wanted. Many cabinet manufacturers now offer cabinets that allow you to put your bottles on display and some even have designs that enable your stemware to be handy as well. Even if you’re just refacing existing cabinets during your renovation, many wine storage solutions are standard cabinet sizes and can easily be added to your current layout. Consider these wine storage options for your kitchen:

Lattice Cabinet

A lattice cabinet resembles the skirting you’ve probably seen around the bottom of front porches on old houses. The cubby holes allow one or two wine bottles to be securely stored and the size of the cabinet dictates how many can be held. Lattice cabinets can be attached to the bottom of kitchen wall cabinets and are usually available in industry standard widths. Using a shorter wall cabinet such as this might be used over a range or refrigerator allowing the lattice cabinet to be even with the bottom of your other cabinets or you could choose a larger wine storage unit that fills the entire space.

Scalloped Cabinets

These cabinets are very similar to lattice cabinets, but may be a better design for homeowners just starting their wine collections or who normally only keep a few bottles on hand. The cabinets can be mounted to the bottom of a wall cabinet and have a stylish scalloped shelf that cradles each bottle carefully. The cabinets are available in several widths and will normally hold one or two rows of wine.

Base Cabinet

Various cabinet manufacturers offer base cabinet wine storage in numerous configurations. The most budget-friendly units feature bottle storage in diagonal or vertical cubbyholes and can be installed on the ends of kitchen islands or the exposed end of a row of base cabinets. These cabinets are normally the depth of a standard bottle of wine so they don’t take up much floor space.

Racking systems are getting easier to access and at more affordable prices.  Available in a variety of materials, the racking system can appear rustic, European contemporary, or just blend into the background of interesting materials on the walls, ceiling, and floor.   Adjustable lighting controls to accommodate the collection’s maintenance needs or to set the scene for entertaining, and this luxury space for the wine enthusiast is ready to enjoy.

Regardless of the scope of your kitchen remodeling project, your budget, or the size of your collection, there should be stylish wine storage cabinets that could be ideal for your kitchen.

If you’re ready to install a wine storage cabinet in your kitchen, you need to plan your project with the dependable Kitchen Solvers professionals. Regardless of the scope of your kitchen remodeling project, your budget, or the size of your collection, there are plenty of stylish wine storage cabinets that could be ideal for your kitchen. And be sure to check out our articles, Wine Storage Cabinets – Stylish Options to Consider for Your Kitchen and Kitchen Remodeling Costs: Get a Return on Your Investment for more information. And be sure to drop by a Kitchen Solver’s location today so that we can help you with your remodeling goals.