If you are wine connoisseur of sorts, simply a wine lover or even looking to give your kitchen a shake up by making an out of the box change, then this is perfect for you. Most kitchen décor will be line with practicality of use and convenience as the main use of the kitchen is to cook and now you can do it in style.
A kitchen island has been a classic style for years and its convenience is beyond measure. It also adds a homely touch to any kitchen space but sadly there is a lot of space wasted beneath the island and this will be a waste especially if you have limited space. However you can convert the space under the kitchen island into a wine rack with no major remodel needed, this would eliminate the need for wine racks for cellar. It utilizes unused space, saves up the cellar for other uses and brings anew breath of air to the kitchen.
The space under the stairs
Think of it as a paying homage to Harry Potter with wine. If you have an unused space under the stairs, then converting it will finally give you a place to display your collection and if you have always wanted to start a collection but didn’t know where to store it, now you have a solution. So get to it.
The dead space between walls
That wall to celling space in the middle of a room that cannot be avoided, but by converting it into a built in wine rack, you cross off the need for wine racks for cellar. This works well if you have a small space or think that where you are currently stashing your bottles can be used for something else, then this is the way to go.
Recycling old cupboards
This is ideal if your style is homely and farmhouse. You can convert an old cupboard and use it to store your collection of bottles. This works well if you have children. You can install a lock and keep it away from minors, so it’s an added security advantage. Also as it is a cupboard, you will be able to place it anywhere in the house and it will not look out of place. You can spend a lot of space and money building a new space to store your bottles or you can utilize already existing space that is being wasted. By converting wasted spaces, you will also be freeing up the current spaces which can be used for other purposes.