The Latest Furniture-Like Wine Refrigerators as of 2019

Looking for a wine cooler that does not look like one, to better fit the style of your living room? Furniture wine refrigerators and cabinets achieve just that. They look strikingly like a normal piece of furniture, but they conceal a full-fledged electric wine cooler, most of the time a thermoelectric one.

Some of the furniture wine coolers shown here stand as high as a queen-sized wardrobe while others look just like your bedroom dresser, complete with a mirror and a hanging stemware rack! Others include a drawer and a lock located under the handle, just like antique cabinets. One model by Tresanti even has a drop-lid work surface that gives access to an illuminated and mirrored stemware rack area. There are also a few French door furniture wine refrigerators and others with granite tops.

This list includes models that appear like normal furniture cabinets, essentially by sporting a wooden exterior that imitates classic furniture like cabinets, desks or personal dressers. Though some of these refrigerators are single-zone, some others, even smaller models, managed to include two temperature zones.

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This one sports a somewhat classic furniturestyle as suggested by its birch veneer surface and distinctive pedestal base.

What we like:

  • Evidently
  • the supplemental usability from the granite work surface and extra drawer

Average rating:
(70%) (15 reviews)   

This model sports a contemporary design with its Meridian Cherry furniture finish and elevated stainless steel base.

What we like:

    The extra drawer and the pull-out granite work surface in the middle of the cooling area and the cabinet

What we like:

    Its full extension drawer that acts as a work surface and its stemware rack for goblets

This one has arched windows and a cherry wood veneer finish to make it look like furniture cabinetry.

What we like:

    Its concealed lock and hidden hinges are an interesting take on security. Perhaps to ward off alcoholics?

This model takes a different approach to the furniture wine cooler category, making it more contemporary, with a nickel door pull and a door with bevel amber glass.

What we like:

    The vibration-free and quiet thermoelectric technology that Tresanti promises


This furniture wine refrigerator manages to look pretty much like a living room hutch with its carved cornice and bulky appearance. It comes in either rustic or vintage cherry wood and stores 192 bottles, but in just one zone.

What we like:

  • Its antique style and brand new appearance seem to blend well in various home decors
  • The wireless temperature & humidity monitoring kit might be convenient


A wooden mid-sized very furniture-like wine cooler that looks like a normal desk with its polished-granite top shelf and drawer, yet conceals two temperature zones for a total of 24 bottles. Further accentuating its furniture appearance is a vintage keyhole located under the door handle.

What we like:

  • Its polished black granite top makes it look like normal living room decor
  • Two temperature zones in such a small cabinet is a nice surprise

Average rating:
(82%) (13 reviews)   

This model has fluted columns corners, further accentuating that antique look, which differentiates it from other furniture wine refrigerators.

What we like:

  • Its flute-accented column corners
  • as opposed to the common flat and edgy style
  • which flaunt a rather unique antique look


The Vinotemp Sonoma 500 510-bottle features an exterior that is made from premium wood and has a grid-style racking configuration.

What we like:

  • It offers various colors, such as cherry, mahogany, and black
  • Its 510-bottle capacity provides users with more space for wine storage


This model features a cornice, decorative door handles and a base to give it a home decor appeal.

What we like:

  • It has a top-vented exhaust, which means it can be stacked against the wall to save more floor space
  • Its 464-bottle capacity makes it one of the biggest cabinets in the Sonoma series
  • The addition of a cornice and a base makes it look like an antique furniture


Closely resembling a personal dresser with its mirror and granite work area, this Pinot wine cooler and furniture piece by Tresanti stores 24 wine bottles in two thermoelectric-cooled zones and holds a stemware rack at the top. Its wood finish is made of rose cherry wood.

What we like:

  • Its mirror and granite work top can also turn the unit into a dresser
  • Its stemware rack makes it more convenient for the user since everything (both the wine and the glass) is kept in the same place


This model features two decorative handles, curved door edges, a cornice, and a base to give it a normal furniture appeal.


This one features a carved molded base to make it look like normal furniture.

What we like:

  • It has a carved molded base and a granite work top that makes it look like a piece of home decor
  • It has two separate wine cabinets that can be individually locked and controlled
  • Its hidden work top gives the unit a mysterious vibe (which is very interesting for a piece of furniture)

Average rating:
(60%) (10 reviews)   

This model features a normal furniture appeal with a cherry work top with walnut inlay and ash burl border, a pedestal-style base, and column corners styled with fluted accents.

What we like:

    The full extension drawer that converts into an additional work surface


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