Hilltop Estate Project: Wine Room

The final part of our five-week Hilltop Estate series is here. Today, the grand finale, the home’s wine room.

01 November 2022 -

“This is probably the most unique space in the home,” Shea leads. It was the first of the rooms that the clients started designing, knowing they wanted a wine room where they could entertain. Herringbone hardwoods floors feature a dark, stained, double-striped detail which incases the perimeter of the room. “It elevates the entire spaces,” says Shea. Midnight by Benjamin Moore adorns the walls with a coffered, stained wood ceiling above. “We wanted it to feel dark and moody like an old lounge,” Shea explains. Stunning design details complete the space, like black steel doors, a black marble fireplace, tonal, inset drapes, a rolling wood ladder, antiqued mirror, a vintage area rug, leather club chairs, and an emerald green tufted velvet sofa. “I love that it’s so rich in texture,” says Shea, “the collected feel in here is one-of-a-kind. You walk in and it immediately feels different than any other space in the home. 

The wine room storage itself is oak from top to bottom in a custom stain, housing the client’s extensive bottle collection. “Everything is chilled to the perfect temperature,” Shea notes. On the floor, a tumbled limestone, and on top, a plaster-coated barrel-vaulted ceiling, also in Midnight by Benjamin Moore, tying it into the rest of the space.

To create a moodier space, do a tone-on-tone drape, matching them with the wall color. The absence of contrast creates a cozy and sophisticated vibe.

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01 November 2022