Design Guide Overview


Design Guide Overview

Unlock the Secrets of Wine Cellar Design: Elevate Your Collection with Style and Sophistication

What is really involved in designing & installing my wine cellar?

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Modular Wine Cellar Design

The question we hear most often is:

“What exactly is a modular wine cellar?”

Guide To Racking Styles

A. Quarter Round & End-Cap Shelving

This type of racking is perfect for creating a display at the end of a rack that is exposed and adds that finishing touch. Other corner racking makes storing wine in concave corners easy.

B. High Reveal Display Racks

These racks are made to display your best vintage as the focal point of your cellar, while still storing wine safely.

C. Full Height Diamond Bin

This racking can be used as a standalone or kit racking implementation. It is used mainly for longer storage solutions.

D. Standard Racking

Made for maximum storage for tight spaces, and those going for bulk bottle storage rather than display, while still maintaining an aesthetic appeal.

E. Stemware Racks, Arches, & Tasting Tables

These options help to create a simple area in your cellar to enjoy a glass of your favorite vintage while admiring your collection. We build ours to integrate seemlessly into the other modular kits to minimize wasted space. Some arches in our collection even come with lighting.

F. Wine Cubes & Bins

These types of wine storage have a more old-world feel, and store wine or wine cases with ease. There are many styles and color options to choose from.

G. Side Display Racking

Another approach at displaying your favorite vintage with the label in view. An elevated rear display shows multiple bottles securely.

H. Shelf Style Wine Racking

These displays show your racking along side cases and multiple bottle sizes. Great for those who may have cases and odd sized bottles.


When you boil it down there are only two different types of wine cellars – passive & active.

  • A passive cellar is not actively climate controlled.
  • An active cellar is climate controlled & acts like a big walk-in refrigerator.

Whatever your approach is to your cellar, remember this:

The ideal room conditions for long term wine storage consist of a constant temperature between 50°F and 60°F with 50% to 70% relative humidity.


VintageView Wine Racks and Storage
Glass Enclosed Wine Cellar w/ Dark Wood Wine Racks


Our Team Is Here To Help Your Design Process

With over 20 years of design experience, we specialize in making the design process as simple as possible. Whatever your space, style or budget, we can design a wine storage display that will be perfect for you. From closet remodels to wine walls to wine cellars, we have the products to create the wine storage of your dreams. We offer free consultations making it easy to see what’s possible for your collection and space.