Best Interior Designs Inspired by Wine Country

Wine Country is full of wineries and buildings with a lot of character and history. From barns to castles, and everything in between, there’s no shortage of design inspiration. I’ve photographed and compiled a few of my favorites. For the interior design lovers out there, enjoy!

Modern Mahogany – Cuvaison

Wood panel exterior and interior, metal accents, and sleek furniture. The retractable door gives the entire tasting room an open-air vibe, which is great for nice and sunny days.

Industrial Chic – Brown Tasting Room

The design is industrial chic with exposed brick, black furniture, navy walls, and gold accents. They pay attention to every detail at this tasting room from the furniture to the coasters.

European Romance – Chateau St. Jean

Vintage, resort like tasting room and estate with a European influence. After walking past the well-manicured lawn, through the courtyard, and into the tasting room with wooden furniture, original windows, and sweeping curtains, you kind of feel like you’ve traveled back in time.

 

Farm Fresh – Mumm

Bright and airy modern farm setting with wooden tables, white high beam ceilings, and fresh flowers. Outdoor patio features a large, white pergola. White flowers and green plants for table and wall accents.

Glass Contemporary – Hamel

With their floor to ceiling windows, infinity outdoor fountain, and custom colored wine barrels, Hamel makes you feel like royalty from the moment you walk in. The tasting room features beautiful tables with metallic multi-colored tops and a long, wooden high-top table with leather chairs.