One of the first steps to buying a wine cooler is deciding where you want to put it.
Most people keep their coolers in the kitchen because it seems like an obvious choice.
However, there are plenty of places you can keep your wine cooler. It might be worth keeping yours in the garage to give yourself more freedom of choice.
Here is our look at some of the best places for your wine cooler.
Keeping your wine cooler in the kitchen is a common and convenient choice. Have you thought about where you want it in your kitchen?
It’s a good idea to have it freestanding in the room so it has a dedicated amount of floor space.
A tall wine fridge can store a couple of hundred bottles, giving you the chance to put together an impressive wine collection without eating up too much room.
Everyone wants an impressive wine collection and up to two hundred bottles is more than enough for most people.
However, you can add different styles of cooler to add some “pop” to your kitchen – not to mention your wine collection. Have you thought about having a wine cooler for the kitchen island?
These coolers are as modern as they are stylish. If you have a kitchen island, or are considering getting one, then this is a great opportunity to combine your kitchen island and wine cooler.
You might be able to redesign your current island to make room for the new wine cooler.
You can make the cooler part of the island or have a freestanding cooler on the island connected to a power source.
If you plan on making an island for your wine cooler, then keep in mind it is an impressive – but expensive – option.
A small wine fridge integrated into a wine cooler is great for “ready-to-go” wines when you need quick access.
You can keep the rest of your wine somewhere else. Kitchen cabinets are another top choice for kitchen wine cooling.
This style is popular for integrated wine coolers, but have you thought about using it with a freestanding cooler?
If you have the room for it, you can keep your freestanding model between cabinets and use a matching cabinet door to cover it.
Keep in mind that wine coolers kept under counters need adequate ventilation.
A wine cooler for your garage is a good option if you don’t have enough room in your kitchen or don’t think that your cooler complements your kitchen well.
There are several reasons to keep your wine in your garage.
For a start, if you have a garage connected to your house, then you have plenty of options on where to keep your cooler.
People typically have more available floor space in their garage compared to their kitchen.
If you have a lot of floor space, you can get a freestanding wine cooler. A large wine cooler can contain an entire collection – and more.
If you have more wine than a freestanding cooler can handle, it’s time you thought about getting a wine cellar.
Most people have a worktop or two in their garage. If so, then you can have a freestanding undercounter wine cooler.
Undercounter coolers preserve floor space and keep your wine within reach. There’s also the option of an integrated model you can install into an existing appliance or cabinet.
Installing a built-in wine cooler ensures your kitchen looks sleek. Some people have a fridge or freezer in their garage.
A wine cooler is an excellent addition to that. Having a wine cooler is a great way to make the most of the space you have in the garage.
Please note that if you have a garage exposed to the elements then you’ll need a wine cooler suited for outdoor use.
The utility room is another great place to keep a wine cooler.
Utility rooms are common places to keep appliances including fridges, freezers, dishwashers, and washing machines.
What’s one more appliance in the overall scheme of things?
If you regularly play host to dinner parties and other events at your home, having a wine cooler in the utility room lets you preserve your kitchen space so you have more room when you don’t need to use the cooler.
The utility room is a great choice for those who don’t think a wine cooler would look good in the kitchen too.
For example, a modern wine cooler would look out of place in a rustic kitchen.
Your larder is a great place to keep a small wine cooler for a handful of bottles.
This is a great option because it lets you keep your wine bottles in a nearby place while still preserving your kitchen space.
You can integrate your wine cooler into your larder but most people choose a freestanding model to have the freedom to move it as needed.
Don’t worry if you aren’t sure about where to keep your wine cooler. Start by finding the best wine cooler for you and then choosing a room to keep it in.
Try Positioning it in a few different places to get a good idea of where it fits best.
Convenience, space, and safety are the top three considerations when choosing a location for your wine cooler.
You’ll find the right wine cooler for you in our expansive selection. We stock wine coolers and refrigerators from all the major brands.
We would also be happy to help advise you on the best places to keep your cooler so your wine collection is kept safe, secure, and never too far away.
While most people keep their cooler in the kitchen, it isn’t your only option.
There are plenty of places to keep your wine refrigerator if you don’t have room in the kitchen or garage.
However, if you do decide to keep your wine cooler in the kitchen, you’ll be glad to know that we have a wide range of Liebherr kitchen wine coolers. Our integrated EWTGB 3553 and under-counter UWTGB 1682 Liebherr designs are two of our most popular units, ideal for expert wine storage.
Liebherr is a specialist developer and manufacturer, designing quality, cutting-edge wine fridges, coolers and cabinets. Liebherr is well-known, providing excellent products for customers all around the world.
Luckily, we work closely with Liebherr, stocking an array of their best products across our site. If you need a wine cooler for your kitchen, Liebherr is the brand to shop with at Elite Wine Refrigeration.