Where to set up my wine cellar?

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If you are planning on purchasing a wine cellar, you are probably wondering when to set it up. Garage, basement, pantry, laundry room, kitchen, living room or even bedroom: you can imagine anything. Obviously, the future location of your wine cellar will influence your purchase. Schneider will then guide you on the subject!

Summary
Your wine cellar in the bedroom
The living room: another option
The kitchen
Garage, pantry, laundry room or basement
The basement in your building

Your wine cellar in the bedroom

It can seem surprising, but some people set their wine cellar up in the bedroom. However, note that this choice requires your being a heavy sleeper. Because as a matter of fact, even the most quiet appliances still make slight noises.

The living room: another option

The living room is another option for your wine cellar. If you have a small kitchen and no other room available, it can be the only option, actually. Since wine cellars’ design has improved a lot, this type of equipment can fit in your home decor more easily. It can even bring a convivial atmosphere to the room. Finally, this location is particularly practical, making the bottles easily accessible.

The kitchen

Where to set up your wine cellar? Of course, you could think about the kitchen. If the room is spacious enough, then it is an excellent option. It would allow you to store your bottles close to hand and in good conditions.

Garage, pantry, laundry room or basement

If you have a garage, a pantry, a laundry room or a basement, you can also consider keeping your wine cellar there. If you lack space in your kitchen, it can be an option.

More specifically, you can set up your wine cellar there if there is no bad smell, such as paint, white spirit, petrol or other. Besides, if the temperature of the room can drop very low because it is not heated, you can only place your cellar there if it includes a “winter” feature.

The basement in your building

If you have a basement in your building, you can also set up your wine cellar there. This requires your basement to be properly electrically supplied. Simultaneously, note that basements are more often the targets of burglaries than apartments.

Have you figured out where to set up your wine cellar? Then without further ado, discover the Schneider catalogue, and especially the built-in wine cellar, the 62 bottles model or the 20L cellar.

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