43.621 Billeder af vinkælder

En vinkælder er for vinelskeren, der har plads til at dyrke sin hobby og lyst til ekstra luksus. Det er en sikker vinder hos dine gæster, når du skal hente en flaske fra din vinkælder. Det er det perfekte sted for din vinsamling, og udelukker samtidig ikke en almindelig vinreol i din stue eller køkken - tværtimod, så er det en mulighed for at gemme de bedste flasker under de mest optimale forhold, mens hverdagsvinen er let tilgængelig.

Påtænker du at bygge din egen vinkælder, er det en god idé at starte med at undersøge de rette forhold for din yndlingsvin. Den optimale opbevaringstemperatur er noget af det vigtigste, men tænk også over belysning, vibrationer, og lugte - alt som noget, der kan påvirke vinen i dit vinrum.

Hvornår har jeg brug for en vinkælder?


De færreste får pludselig en samling, der kræver en hel vinkælder. Samlingen sniger sig typisk større lidt af gangen, og til sidst kan den nyeste flaske ikke længere være i vinreolen. Det er her, de fleste begynder at stille flaskerne i kælderen, fordi der ikke er plads andre steder. Så hvorfor ikke starte din vinkælder allerede der? Til at starte med, behøver du ikke investere mange ressourcer, men kan i stedet begynde med en ekstra vinreol i kælderen, så snart du har fundet eller indrettet et rum i til kælderen med gode forhold. I takt med at din samling vokser, kan du udvide lige så stille, og kun investere hvad du har brug for. Til sidst ender du med et helt vinrum, der har den perfekte temperatur og belysning for din vin.

Hvilket udstyr skal jeg have til min vinkælder?


Når du planlægger at indrette et kælderrum til dit vin, kan du begynde at tænke over hvad der skal være deri. Det første, og vigtigste er vinopbevaring, typisk i form af vinreoler eller vinskabe. Dem kan du få i alverdens design, farver, og materialer, så de passer den design og atmosfære du går efter. Du kan også overveje et vinkøleskab, hvis du foretrækker din vin afkølet, eller hvis du ikke kan holde temperaturen i rummet på det mest optimale.
Hvis du har plads i vinkælderen, kan du også overveje en tom vintønde, der kan fungere som et bord. Indretning med brugte vintønder giver dig også mulighed for at invitere dine gæster på vinsmagning i de helt rigtige omgivelser.

Hvordan opbevarer jeg ellers vin?


De rette forhold sikrer, at vinen holder kvaliteten, så det er en god idé at overveje, hvordan du lagrer dine vinflasker. Temperaturen er et af de vigtigste elementer, og den helt optimale temperatur er omkring 10-12 grader. Det kan være svært at ramme, hvis du eksempelvis bor i lejlighed. Derfor kan du overveje at lave opbevaring i dit soveværelse i stedet for - det vigtigste at huske er, at vinen ikke tåler hurtige temperatursvingninger og direkte sollys. Husk også altid, at vinflaskerne skal ligge ned. Det forhindrer korkproppen i at tørre ud og potentielt lukke luft ind.

Bliv inspireret af billeder af vinkældere her på Houzz

Vinkælder - bjarniernst

Fotograf Camilla Ropers
Vinkasserne - jette_andersen74

Gulvet til vinkælder? - maja_aaboe

Pænt gulv - peter_billeschou

Perfectly integrated wine cellar in a modern setting; perfect for storing your collection discreetly

Beyond Beige Interior Design, www.beyondbeige.com Ph: 604-876-3800 Randal Kurt Photography. Craftwork Construction. - Millwork

Nat Rea Photography

Steven Mueller Architects, LLC is a principle-based architectural firm located in the heart of Greenwich. The firm’s work exemplifies a personal commitment to achieving the finest architectural expression through a cooperative relationship with the client. Each project is designed to enhance the lives of the occupants by developing practical, dynamic and creative solutions. The firm has received recognition for innovative architecture providing for maximum efficiency and the highest quality of service. Photo: © Jim Fiora Studio LLC

Walking in through the double entry doors, you enter into this custom designed wine tasting room. Custom cabinetry on the left wall to store liquors and other libations. There is a couch to relax with a drink and a wall of wine box ends behind. The next stop is into the temperature controlled wine cellar to pick out a bottle of wine.

Photos by: Michael Cyra of PhotoGraphics Photography kiawahislandphoto.com

Photography by Beth Singer

Urban Cape was commissioned by our client to assist with the build of a new basement in their existing home in Battersea. The brief was to create and design the joinery for a bespoke bar, media unit and wine unit, along with the lighting design and selection of the finishes for the basement and powder room. The client wanted the interior to exude an aesthetic of drama and sophistication. Being a quite large cavernous area, it was important to incorporate a design that would help to create a sense of warmth and balance the space. The room was planned with a multi-purpose function in mind. Being used for both a children’s play area and alluring entertaining area, the design needed to be versatile and hard wearing whilst still offering a bit of glamour. Leather was selected for durability, elegance, versatility and timeless aesthetic. Should the client wish to change the style or the furniture in the future, the joinery will continue to blend luxuriously into a contemporary environment or considerably enhance the classic appeal of a residence that is more traditional. A palate of warm walnut timbers, rich chocolate brown and warm grey shades were chosen. Exquisite dark chocolate leather doors were hand crafted in South Africa for the Bar and Media units. Teaming a large shiny croc print with soft plain leather, walnut veneer and a dark Emperador marble from Spain, the units offer the luxury of a natural product whilst bringing about an absolutely stunning and inimitable look to be enjoyed for years to come!

Minimalist Mountainside Mark Boisclair Photography

Level One: Our goal was to create harmony of colors and finishes inside and outside the home. The home is contemporary; yet particular finishes and fixtures hint at tradition, especially in the wine cave. The earthy flagstone floor flows into the room from the entry foyer. Walls clad in mountain ash stone add warmth. So does the barrel ceiling in quarter sawn and rift American white oak with natural stain. Its yellow-brown tones bring out the variances of ochers and browns in the stone. To maintain a contemporary feeling, tongue & grove ceiling planks are narrow width and closely set. The minimal wine rack has a diamond pattern that repeats the floor pattern. The wine barrel table and stools are made from recycled oak wine barrels. Their circular shapes repeat the room’s ceiling. Metal hardware on barrel table and stools echo the lighting above, and both fuse industrial and traditional styling, much like the overall room design does. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego

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