Beverly Hills Ultra Modern Wine Cellar with Metal Pegs, Backlighting, and Stone

Client:

Beverly Hills Ultra Modern Wine Cellar
with Metal Pegs, Backlighting, and Stone

Cellar Features:
  • 200 Bottle Capacity
  • “Wine As Art” Design
  • Kessick Metal Peg Racking

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Beverly Hills Ultra Modern Wine Cellar with Metal Pegs, Backlighting, and Stone

This small but mighty wine cellar makes its home in a gorgeous contemporary home in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California. Located directly off the kitchen and living room, this small wine storage space steals the show with its dramatic backlit panel and wine display against a stone wall.

Small wine cellars utilized as an art piece as much as a functioning wine storage solution are all the rage in high end homes. Homeowners, more often than ever, want their personal spaces to include unique and custom pieces, adding to the overall design and allure of their homes. With its glass front, this showpiece wine cellar and others like it are sure to stun your friends and colleagues when they enter your home.

This custom wine room features Kessick “Wine As Art” Pins, making the wine bottles seem to float off of the wall they are connected to. Utilizing Wine Pins, no matter what style or brand, are a fantastic way to add an ultra-modern feel to your wine cellar. With so many styles and possibilities in design, wine pins can really make your wine cellar pop with custom and unique display features. Within this wine pin wall, a high reveal display row has also been incorporated to feature the best bottles in the collection label forward. Below the wine wall, room for wine case storage has also been utilized.

The wine cellar cooling unit utilized was ducted into the space from above as to create a more seamless look of the overall space. Ducting the cooling system is often more expensive, but nothing is comparable in creating a completely flawless and clean look.

“The label forward design wine racking system is becoming the hottest new trend in wine storage and luxury home design.”

— Gene Walder