RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Wine Cellar, Melbourne
Basementy wine cellar with recycled timber battened ceiling, polished concrete floor and back lit onyx stone to back splash
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Build a dedicated wine wallIf wine is your passion, dedicate a wall of your home to it. This wall of wine designed by Victoria’s Bagnato Architects, has the capacity to hold more than 500 bottles. The dramatic feature not only looks good, it provides a means of carefully storing bottles and showcasing a collection.
8. Don’t be afraid go up the wall, much like the wine storage in this photo. As the room is quite narrow, the homeowner wisely decided to store the wine bottles sideways. To store as many bottles as possible, he’s gone ahead and used the wall in its entirety, creating a stunning look in the process.
The ceiling in the wine cellar is recycled timber. The splashback is backlit onyx. TELL USDo you live in a renovated church building? We’d love to see a high-resolution photo of it in the comments section below.