15 Space Savvy Under Stairs Wine Cellar Ideas

Love wine? If you do, we are certain that you would love to have your own wine cellar in your home. But most people’s dilemma is the lack of space to build one. Actually, you don’t have to occupy much space in your house to have one. There are different ways to do it. You can merely combine it with your home bar or you can get an armoire or other cabinets and use it for your wine display. But you can also make use of smaller spaces in the house just like that area under the stairs.

You will surely be glad to know that the space under your stairs will no longer be useless. Yes, you can actually have a wine cellar under it. This way, you are not just keeping wines in your very homes and saving space but you are also adding some pleasing appeal for your interior because wines are perfect for decors too. So, what you are about to see today will surely inspire you to have an under stairs wine cellar especially that it looks gorgeous in the homes we will feature. Jump in and take a look!

Queen’s Lane Wine Silo

Wine Cellar Ideas

Carney Logan Burke Architects

“The interior, inspired by a wine cask, is characterized by reclaimed fir woodwork and a spiral staircase that accesses carefully displayed wine bottles organized around the silo’s perimeter. The stair ascends to the roof where both the wine collection and views of the natural surroundings can be admired,” defined the architects.



Brandon Architects, Inc.

This particular wine cellar is not refrigerated. However, with southern California weather, this part of the house rarely gets to hot or cold to seriously affect the wine.

235 High Park Court

floor radiant tubes

Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Pinnacle Mountain Homes said that “this wine ‘closet’ is not temperature controlled – they did forgo the in floor radiant tubes in the area to keep the enclosure slightly cooler than the rest of the room.”

House 7

Under Stairs

Down to Earth Architects

Wine wall rack under stairway made from a local hardwood called Meranti and stained with a mahogany stain.

Neo-Prairie Style Parade Home


Hobbs’ Ink

Take a look at the shelves under the staircase that contain wines and other displays. More wines are seen below the countertop too.

Custom Wet Bar | Hickory

stairs wine rack

Holiday Kitchens

Under the stairs is a wine rack, beverage refrigerator, sink, puck lights, and stacked-stone wall above the countertop.

Hamilton – Eclectic Industrial

Distressed barn board

Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc.

What you see here are original crates used for glass milk jars that were delivered to your home. Distressed barn board holds this renewed wine storage display together.

More than a Man Cave Basement Development

Wine Cellar Ideas

Malbec Homes & Renovations

This wine room is inserted under the stairs with the same slope designed with a traditional look. It has a full glass pane and doesn’t take up much additional space.

604 Acacia

concrete staircase

Jeri Koegel Photography

This interior is designed by Brandon Architects in collaboration with Patterson Construction. The concrete staircase contained a wine rack just below it which also served as an added decor to the space.

Turquoise LA Interior Design – Venice

circular holes

Jeri Koegel Photography

The circular holes that you see under the stairs store wines.

W wine storage

wine storage design


Sapele under staircase wine storage in double bottle depth. It sure looks pretty!

Casa San Francisco

Under Stairs

House + House Architects

Pretty neat and nice way to store wine indeed!

1656 Humphrey

rustic themed design

HM Homes

A rustic themed design just looked perfect with the wines under this staircase. You can see that aside from the shelf, there are also wine slots under it.

West Coast Contemporary Custom Built Home

simple design

Wakefield Construction Inc.

We like the simplicity of the staircase but we love to see that there is a wine cellar under it!

Frisco European

Wine Cellar Ideas

Hensley Premier Builders

Under the staircase is an open wine cellar that features two refrigerated wine storage units with enough space for 300 bottles of wine. On the wall is a bio-fuel fireplace.

Yes, it is nice to see that the space under your stairs could be utilized for something you love. Aside from turning that space into a wine cellar or wine display, you can also add some under-staircase shelves where you can place other item aside from wine. You can also put drawers and cabinets in it to store some stuffs. If you want to see other wine cellar designs, you can take a look at sleek modern wine cellars that we have collated for you before.