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10 Trendy Wine Refrigerator Designs

modern functional wine fridge

People who are serious about their wine know that having the perfect refrigerator is a major key. Although some would simply wonder why the standard fridge that most people have in their kitchens isn’t good enough, serious wine drinkers know that this special beverage needs a space of its own. As a result, wine refrigerators are very popular among those who collect and/or drink wine on a regular basis. Coming in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, these special fridges are made for the purpose of storing and chilling wine, and they can be the perfect addition to any home. However, in some people’s minds, a wine refrigerator might not fit in well to the decor they already have. After all, the last thing most people need in their houses is another thing. Well, that those people fail to realize is that wine refrigerators come in countless designs, and finding one that will fit in with your style certainly won’t be too difficult. Whether you’re interested in something big, or small; classic, or modern, the possibilities are truly limitless. On top of that, these cool fridges can be placed in nearly any room in your home, and even if you don’t have much space, that doesn’t mean you’re out of options. Here are 10 trendy wine refrigerator designs

barrel shaped wine refrigerator

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trendy wine refrigerator in kitchen

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awesome glass wine cellar

image via decoist.com

elegant wine fridge

image via madebymood.com

large wine fridge for home

image via www.winecoolerdirect.com

built in wine fridge

image via www.coolerwines.com

simple black wine fridge

image via www.wineenthusiast.com

modern built in wine fridge

image via houzz.com

modern wine cabinet

image via huhudesign.com

pantry with wine fridge

image via decorpad.com

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.