It’s been a while and we missed them quite a bit. Our custom wine cabinets are making a comeback! For those who are not too familiar with this wine storage solution, this Tech Tuesday is a must-read. Our clients commissioned for these elegant units and we are excited to share the details with you guys:
Project # 317899
Wood: Custom / Premium Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 970
Where: Cincinnati, OH
One of the most outstanding details of this project is that these cabinets look almost built-in. This is a perk you get when you go for a something custom like this. Our Wine Sentinel is actually our line of custom refrigerated wine cabinets specifically built to fit your desired space. It’s a reality that not everyone is ready for a full-blown wine cellar in their homes. Some don’t have enough space for it. Others don’t have the budget to overhaul or build an entire room to properly store and display their wine. Still, there are also those who don’t have the time to facilitate a major construction project. So we provided other options for our clients because that’s what we’re here for!
These refrigerated wine cabinets are fully customizable for your bottle storage needs. We can build one to accommodate not just standard-sized bottles, but magnums and other larger-format ones as well. As you can see in this project, we installed Individual Bottle Columns and Open Diamond Bins. But you can also go with our wine rack kits such as Vintner or Designer for a more affordable alternative. For compact spaces, our WineMaker Series is the perfect solution. You can also choose to go with metal racking units or a mix of metal and wood materials. If a contemporary vibe is desired, we recommend an acrylic and metal racking combo.
The wine racks are not the only thing you can customize with these wine cabinets. You have the ability to select the wood, stains and finishes as well. You can choose to go for painted versions of the Wine Sentinel doors as well. Then there’s the cabinet doors. We offer these gorgeous French doors that are equipped with proper insulation values and weather-stripping. You can also have tinted windows order to minimize light exposure to protect your bottles. Another option is mesh door panels. You can usually find them on our wine lockers. They are both functional and elegant since your collection is kept safe while allowing the bottles to “breathe”. The metal lattice design helps with open air circulation for the wine bottles. *Cheers*