Foolproof Tips to Decorate Your Small Double Room

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Those who like to drink good wine and welcome guests at home, have certainly thought of including or have already added a beautiful wine cellar to their home decor. And those who believe that this is an exclusive item for large spaces are wrong: today it is already possible to create a perfect space to store your drinks, according to your possibilities, whether under a ladder, in an exclusive room or just by adding a compact, climate-controlled option near the bar.
For a perfect wine cellar, the products that will be added will bring the desired quality. According to sommelier Charles Campos, from Casa Europa, sparkling wines, port wines and sauternes are excellent to serve on any occasion: “Often we are only concerned with great wines, but it is necessary to have some good wines at more affordable prices to open guilt-free and at any time”, clarifies the professional.
Before putting any project into practice, it is important to think, first, where the wine cellar will be installed, what size and ideal model for the space in question, and what precautions are necessary to keep the drinks in good condition.

Cellar models

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Storing a good wine and maintaining its durability requires some basic care, such as leaving the bottles in a place where the temperature and lighting are adequate. For this, it is important to invest in the construction of a special environment: “Currently there is a wide range of companies that carry out the project of climate-controlled cellars made to measure. Usually, these projects are usually developed for restaurants and bars that have many bottles, but I see more and more projects of this type being carried out in apartments and single-family homes”, explains architect Flávia Prata .
For more compact spaces or smaller environments, there are also options similar to refrigerators, and they are available in different sizes: “The air-conditioned cellars found on the market can start with a small version of 8 to 16 bottles, the medium ones ranging from 24, 30 to 60 bottles, even the biggest ones, of 90, 120, 160 and 190 bottles”, adds Charles.
And what is the difference between a compact cellar and a mini-bar? Lots of! “There are from the simplest to the most elaborate wineries. In this case, some work as external temperature regulators, that is, they work by decreasing the external temperature to X degrees (they are simpler cellars). We have those that work with a motor similar to that of refrigerators, with a more precise regulation from a more faithful thermostat. Finally, we have wineries that control temperature and humidity, which is very important for wines called Guarda, so that the stopper remains in a position to maintain the perfect liquid over the years”, explains João Marcos, partner -founder of House of Wine .

What is the best model for my home?

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The ideal wine cellar can vary according to the size of the space in which it will be installed, as well as the proposal you want to follow: “I believe that this piece is part of the decoration of a house. Choose one that harmonizes with your chosen environment and furniture. That corner where people like to store things, like under a staircase, can make for a beautiful cellar, with a lot of charm”, suggests Charles.
For those who have no problems with the footage, but will make this decision due to the influence of the number of bottles, João gives a clear tip: “A wine cellar like this ‘refrigerator’, for up to 60 bottles, serves very well the oenophile who already has a desire to have wines on guard! For everyday wines, a 12 to 24 bottle cellar is very good”.

where to place your cellar

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Technically speaking, the best place to store wines is away from direct sunlight, which would not only harm the quality of the drinks in terms of lighting, but also the heat: “A windowless room, such as a pantry or basement, for example, are local ideal for adding a winery”, says the architect. Embedding the equipment next to the joinery in the kitchen or in any social environment is another suggestion made by Flávia.

Optimal temperature and maintenance

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For João Marcos, the ideal temperature for white wines is 8 to 12 degrees, while for reds, 15 to 18 degrees are enough to maintain the quality of the drinks.
As for maintenance, Charles explains that it is essential to choose the products to be used well: “It is important to remember that the cleaning, repair and maintenance of a cellar cannot be done with products that leave odors, such as paints, glues and disinfectants, because the cork stoppers absorb the odors of the environment and, over time, end up in wine”.

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Given the proper tips and information, now it’s time to check out a complete list of cellars of the most diverse structures, sizes, styles and different environments:

1. Cellars with rudimentary decoration are the most found

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And you can even add bottles and test tubes to shelves for storing the corks of bottles that have already been opened. If you still ask each guest to sign a stopper for the wine they tasted, the tactic becomes even more special.

2. But they can also be very trendy

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“Generous wines, such as port and sauternes, are excellent for finishing meals and ending conversations with a good cigar. A good quality brandy is also a good choice”, suggests Charles.

3. Quite a utility for the kitchen space

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For the design of this joinery, some non-linear shelves were included in the outline of the large cellar, ideal for storing other bottles and even other types of drinks.

4. Such a collection needs a special place in the house

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The huge shelf has glass doors, so that the collection of bottles is on display, and also a ladder on rails, to facilitate reaching the drinks at the top. The shelves in the middle make the glasses more accessible.

5. Counter with acclimatized cellars

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For larger environments, Flávia suggests a brilliant idea: “I think it’s interesting to create a space like a dedicated bar, both for wine and for other drinks. This space can have an exclusive joinery next to the dining area, with some decoration and highlight lighting, for example”.

6. Using bottles as decorative items

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If the ambient temperature allows, it is possible to store the wines outdoors, away from the sun. The display of the bottles still makes the decoration more cool and fun, especially if they have these snap pins, like the ones in the photo.

7. Fitted in place

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For the architect, a complete environment needs to meet the user’s needs not only to store drinks, but also to taste them: “Regardless of the size of the chosen winery, the ideal is to always have a support surface for tastings and wine trials”.

8. Stacking the bottles masterfully

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In this environment, the niches at the top of the wall housed dishes, books, decorative ornaments and also a pile of precious bottles, forming not only a simple cellar, but also a work of art.

9. Add other drinks to complete the house bar

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“Temperature control facilitates the storage of wine, so it is essential that there is this temperature setting in the case of the climate-controlled cellar, or that the environment in which the drinks will be kept is the most ‘stable’ and coolest in the house”, adds Flávia .

10. Complementing the gourmet area

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As it is a closed environment, the gourmet terrace was able to receive the house’s wine stock without the slightest problem, since natural light was still inhibited by the blackout. The niches were included in the cabinet cabinet work.

11. Include stylized lighting

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… and that, at the same time, is not aggressive with drinks. “Wine is a live drink and it evolves, being sensitive, therefore, large variations in light and temperature are not welcome”, says João Marcos.

12. The more practical the better

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The house bar has not only niches on the wall to store spirits, but also a counter with stools, ideal for serving quick meals and snacks while the resident and his guests enjoy a good wine.

13. The decoration indicates that this is the special beverage corner

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Do you know that area built to serve as a deposit for the property? It can also have another much more interesting purpose: to be transformed into a drinks corner, with a climate-controlled cellar and some shelves.

14. Dark cellars help to preserve the wine better

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Wine bottles are usually dark and no wonder, and the environment in which they should be stored shouldn’t be too different, as mentioned earlier. If the space has a window, consider including dark woodwork. So the lighting is not bounced and naturally controlled.

15. The best way to store your bottle is horizontally

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“It is essential that any winery – be it air-conditioned or a carpentry niche – allows the bottles to be stored horizontally to prevent the cork from drying out”, guarantees the architect.

16. Keep an eye on the temperature

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Don’t forget that each type of wine requires a different temperature, such as white wines ranging from 8 to 12 degrees and reds from 15 to 18 degrees. But there is a medium temperature for wineries that have these titles mixed, which is 12 degrees.

17. And also in the humidity of the environment

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“These models with different compartments are ideal for oenophiles and enthusiasts who have different types of bottles inside, as each type of wine requires a specific temperature”, guarantees Flávia.

18. Prefer to build your cellar where the bottles can be very quiet

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That way you avoid moving the bottles around and, without realizing it, you end up promoting a sudden change in temperature and lighting. The less they move, the better.

19. Glasses and side dishes are welcome

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And to complement the stock, some bottles of water and accessories to serve some drinks, coffee and snacks. Of course, among all this there is that personal touch necessary to include the resident’s identity in the space.

20. Never has a stairwell been so useful!

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With creativity, it is possible to find practical solutions for every corner of the house, without having to rack your brain too much. It was the outlet used in this project, which included the cellar and the bar in the small space, which also gained a glass protection throughout its entirety.

21. Built-in wall to optimize space

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“A wine cellar can be part of a gourmet kitchen, the decoration of a themed room and even be built-in so that no one knows what it is, causing a surprise when friends find out what it is”, comments Charles.

22. Small apartments require practical solutions

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And making the most of the property’s walls is handy for those who don’t want to miss the opportunity to include a wine cellar in the decor. The niches for storing drinks were custom installed between the kitchen counter and the rack in the living room of this modern apartment.

23. A very well-stocked station

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The cellar with attached shelf allows the bottles to be stored not only in the air-conditioned area, but also in niches and shelves. Drawers are also essential for storing accessories and other items that make up the environment.

24. Coating with stoppers

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“It is possible to order wineries tailored to your space with some specialized companies or even ambient wineries, which you can enter – and make it the attraction of the house”, comments Charles.

25. Hollow shelf made of glass columns

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It was in this way that the architect designed the division of environments between the entrance hall and the dining room. The drinks, along with vertically mounted glass shelves, added a modern touch to the contemporary decor.

26. Beside the most comfortable environment in the house

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The bar in this cozy living room has been fitted with mirror-covered furniture to enhance the decor even more. In it, the climate-controlled cellar was fitted perfectly right in the middle of the buffet, which was even more complete with the drinks tray on top.

27. A space to store precious stock

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If the intention is to set up your complete bar in the gourmet area, make sure this room of the house is not located to the west, as it is precisely the position where the sun shines for a much longer period of the day. If this is exactly the position of your balcony, install your wine cellar in the living room, to ensure the durability of your drinks.

28. Home office / heirloom safe

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Working in the middle of the good must be tempting, isn’t it? This home office, in addition to bespoke woodwork in the work area, also gained a super bar with cabinets designed in a different shade, precisely to serve as a demarcation of environments.

29. It’s easier to choose with the labels showing

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And on top of that, they make the decor much prettier, when the coolest bottles are displayed in this way. A very simple way to use product packaging to our advantage.

30. Individual drawers on the bench

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For passionate winemakers, Flávia bets on a larger production to accommodate the collection: “convert some unused room, like a service bedroom, and create a custom-made climate-controlled wine cellar”.

31. A warm and intimate environment

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A cellar doesn’t necessarily have to be a cold environment to get in and out quickly. If space allows, it is interesting to create a seating area, so that you and your guests can enjoy a drink in comfort and make small talk.

32. Minimized version for the dining room

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As the corner used to set up the bar was close to the window, a blackout was added to control the entry of natural light into the environment, thus ensuring the necessary protection.

33. Compartment to receive the corks

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Another ingenious idea for storing corks: glass compartments installed on the same panel where the drinks are displayed. Again, bottles were also used as the main decorative object in the room.

34. Your cellar can also be that beautiful piece of furniture in the living room

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The more it is integrated between the furniture in the space, the better. Especially if the environment is small. Keeping the decor harmonious is fundamental and pleasing to the eye.

35. Strong colors always make any environment happier

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“If the house is good enough, the resident could create a cellar at the basement level, as they tend to have cooler and more stable temperatures, as well as zero incidence of sunlight and light”, guarantees Flávia. In other words, the ideal environment!

36. Discreet and essential

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And for those who prefer to keep the composition neutral, it is possible to add the cellar in a more reserved and discreet location. In this project, the solution was to install it coupled to the living room bookcase.

37. That room specially designed for this purpose

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For projects that turn an entire room into a cellar, the possibilities are greater: it is possible not only to acclimatize the environment, but also to add several “refrigerators” with different temperatures, thus being able to store different types of wine, respecting the ideal temperatures for each one. their.

38. The cellars can be adapted in any corner you wish

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As long as the drinks are not exposed to the conditions already mentioned, as in the case of this environment, which was built right below the mezzanine of the house, with built-in shelves in a very discreet and functional way.

39. Panel for fitting bottles

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In addition to all the necessary structure, what cannot be lacking even in a winery, as João Marcos says, is the wine, isn’t it? Have good titles to be tasted in special celebrations, in addition to affordable and good quality brands for consumption on everyday days.

40. Between books and decor

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For the main shelf of the house, the last niches in the lower part gained proper partitions for bottles, which in addition to being within easy reach, are also well protected and stored.

41. Family-size air conditioning

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For the dining room, the architectural project added a triplex version along with the bespoke joinery, which also featured niches, cabinets and a super functional counter.

42. Storage and tasting environment

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For the decoration of the cellar in the basement of the house, wallpaper was used, imitating worn bricks, giving more rusticity to the environment, and also leaving everything with a basement atmosphere in the basement.

43. The cozier the better

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“A house located in an area that has the option of a subsoil, even in Rio de Janeiro, can have a natural basement, as long as it has humidity and temperature control through automation systems, such as Crestron”, he guarantees John Mark.

44. Cellars in place under the sideboard

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This makes it easier to access the drinks during dinner, and still have a support to open the bottles without difficulties. Everything added in its proper place, without harming the circulation area.

45. Made-to-measure internal plans

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Internally coated with matte black lacquer, the cabinet is full of functions: a tub, champagne bottle, mini wine cellar, drawers for skewers and even a table with casters. A definitely complete project!

46. ​​Hidden behind the mirror

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The same resource used for bedrooms and closets was also used to create this environment, which left all the drinks in the house discreetly stored in this extensive cabinet. In the middle, the sliding door also guaranteed privacy to the cellar.

47. A rustic feel to the contemporary

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The suspended shelves ensured the good storage of the wines and even gained greater prominence with the installation of the huge yellow frame between them. To complete, the half light in the room gave the whole rudimentary and cozy atmosphere.

48. A game of poker and some good drinks

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A games room is also a great place to set up your dream cellar, mainly because of the purpose that the wines will have between one match and another. The table with prints of labels of various drinks entered the mood of the decoration.

49. That breath-taking joinery

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And it gained an incredible sense of spaciousness with the installation of floor-to-ceiling mirrors. The decorative objects contributed to make the decoration more classic.

50. Is it or is it not a stock made on whim?

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The access doors of this basement cellar also gained the function of a skylight, leaving drinks displayed in a different way between the wooden shelves. To guarantee the temperature, a portable air conditioner was included in the creation of the space.

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No matter the size of your cellar, what matters is including it in your project in style:

51. A project that looks more like a shopping window

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FÁBIO MOROZINI

52. Games room with closed and air-conditioned environment for drinks

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PATRICIA ANASTASSIADIS

53. The beverage area was also adapted to be a coffee corner

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54. Niches created in the entrance hall to hold the bottles

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55. The bar was decorated with a refrigerator, plants and fair boxes

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GABRIEL MAGALHÃES AND LUIZ CLAUDIO SOUZA ARQUITETOS

56. The shelf gained more depth with the mirror in the background

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57. Cabinet with drawers and internal lighting projected in the kitchen

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58. The doors in light wood accompanied the clean decor of the environment

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59. Everything hidden behind the mirrors

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60. Leaked bookcase with internal lighting adds even more value to the furniture

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PATRICIA ANASTASSIADIS

61. The private wine cellar ensures more security, especially for those with children at home

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CH ARCHITECTURE

62. Taking advantage of all the walls in the room

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ODVO ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM

63. Glasses on display can give another look to the decor

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA BORGES AND THAYSA GODOY

64. This cellar has a planned joinery with countertops and drawers

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARILIA CAETANO

65. Porch cellars need special protection from direct sunlight

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CAROLINE MANFRIN

66. The favorite titles were displayed in a fun way on the mobile

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARLETTE LIMA

67. The house’s bar was decorated with the theme of paintings

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MIS ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS

68. A special and comfortable touch given with the addition of the ethnic rug

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LUCIANO DALLA MARTA

69. It looks like a work of art, but it’s just a winery

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FCSTUDIO

70. The wallpaper imitating import crate gave an industrial atmosphere to the space

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARLETTE LIMA

71. The illuminated bookcase also received a stylized sign

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DANIELLA AND PRISCILLA DE BARROS

72. In addition to the winery, it is possible to use the space to create a social environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RENATA BASQUES

73. Cupboards filled with bottles on all sides

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CAROLINE MANFRIN

74. One for the wines, one for the beers

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CAROLINA VILELA

75. For a clean space, bet on a single sober color

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PAULA INES SIZINANDO

76. Realize how good lighting makes all the difference

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCHETTIBONETTI+

77. As well as a beautiful decoration too

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DANIELA GRADELLA

78. Closet door mirrors help to give more room to the room

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARIN CORDEIRO GONÇALVES

79. When drinks become the mainstay of the environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LB ARCHITECTURE

80. The gray furniture added a lot of delicacy to the space

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA LOBO

81. The greater the passion for wine, the bigger the winery

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MEG ARCHITECTURE

82. The special atmosphere was amazing next to the piano

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVIAN COSER

83. Integrated decor with discretion

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CA ARCHITECTS

84. Stored by categories

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARVALHO AND VALENTE ARQUITETURA

85. A floor-to-ceiling bookcase

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCELLO MARCASSA

86. Included the living room as a large aquarium

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARICY MARCOS BORGES

87. Horizontal bottles also prevent the cork from drying out

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ART DES CAVES

88. The cellar installed on the mezzanine level gained greater prominence even on the lower floor

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ROCHA ANDRADE ARQUITETURA

89. You can even create a heated basement in the basement of the house

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DESIGN ARCHITECTURE

90. Buffet with cabinet: rustic and extremely functional

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MANUELA ALMEIDA

91. The panel also became the welcome of the house

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ARCHITECTURE BRIEFS

92. The barrels made the decoration even more themed

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PREALL

93. Taking advantage of the wall so as not to compromise the circulation of the small space

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARVALHO AND VALENTE ARQUITETURA

94. Regardless of the decorative style, a wine cellar is always welcome

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NEZA CESAR

95. When in doubt, set up your winery in an inspiring environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCELLO MARCASSA

96. Rest assured that charm and refinement will be guaranteed

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCELLO MARCASSA

97. Even if it is attached to the kitchen joinery

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NEZA CESAR

98. Or in the basement

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PAULA ROQUE

99. What matters is having an environment with your personality

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / STECK ARCHITECTURE

100. … and of course your personal taste

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CR2 ARCHITECTURE

101. External thermostat helps control temperature

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCELLO MARCASSA

102. The luminous panel further highlighted the bottles

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CASA RA ARQUITETURA

103. Included in the retro decoration

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NEZA CESAR

104. In addition to storing the wines, it also helped to give the room a feeling of spaciousness

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / QUITETE & FARIA

105. Create a collection that appeals to all tastes

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ROBERTA TRIDA

106. That way your guests will always be well served and satisfied

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RENATO MAIA

107. Stay focused on organizing your winery

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CONTENTO DECOR

108. And avoid storing things other than drinks in this space

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / TICIANE LIMA

109. After all, the idea is to have a cellar, not a warehouse, right?

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NARDACI FURNITURE

110. The perfect marriage between the cellar and the fridge

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SWEET APÊ APÊ

111. In addition to making the kitchen complete, it also adds a touch of modernity

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NEZA CESAR

112. A colonial style basement

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PATRICIA COVOLO

113. Beverage niches were included under the stairs along with the cabinet

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CLÁUDIA BREIAS

114. Again, the mirror collaborated, and made the space appear to have doubled in size

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / INFINITY SPACES

115. Everything snapped into place

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LEONARDO HERMENEGILDO

116. Comics of popular drinks to perfect the decoration of the environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LUCIA STUHLBERGER WJUNISKI

117. When simplicity becomes enough

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JANAINA LEIBOVITCH

118. Three little wineries to get the job done

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIS PAOLA

119. Receiving and serving is much easier with the wine cellar next to the dining room

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / INFINITY SPACES

120. The door gained the necessary prominence in the midst of sobriety

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LIEU DU VIN

After facing all this infinity of inspirations, were you able to visualize which would be the cellar of your dreams, within the space available in your house for this purpose? What is your favorite option?