Definitely a seasonal thing for me, as my basement will go below 60°F in the depths of winter. I built an insulated ferm cabinet years ago that holds a pair of 6.5g carboys on one side and five cases of bottles in two drawers on the other, and it's heated by a 100w ceramic resistor array.
On the other side of the calendar, the basement can get into the 80s in the height of summer, so I picked up a full size fridge for fermenting, and another for cold crashing, carbing and holding, to extend the pipeline to my 6-tap keezer (bottle thing is long behind me). I've just recently decided to add a heater to the ferm fridge so I can have four primaries running simultaneously.
It's all about dealing with Ma Nature...