Glass-enclosed living spaces
A glass-enclosed wine cellar is definitely iconic. Glass exudes a luxurious and timeless appeal and works well with almost any other kind of material. That’s because it enhances the natural beauty of prime materials for wine cellar projects, such as wood and metal. For example, you can have a beautiful wine racking assembly in unstained types of wood, like Redwood, and the glass panels showcase the beauty of the wood and your collection. The use of LED lights and specialized 1/2″ thick tempered glass provides UV protection for your wine making it a highly flexible option.
Now there are some who don’t have enough floor space in their homes for a full-blown wine room. There are also those who are not prepared to undertake such a project. Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean you can’t give your collection the home it deserves. With closet transformations, it’s entirely possible to host a small, growing collection and still turn out a wine racking system that’s total eye-candy. Turn those abandoned nooks and crannies in your home into a spanking new cellar! Or convert a small room or closet (think cupboards and under stairwell transformations!) or an unused room into a cozy haven for your best vintages. There’s actually a wine cellar waiting to be unveiled from these seemingly “useless” spaces!
Custom and pre-built furniture grade wine cabinets are the Wine God’s answer to the connoisseur’s prayer for super space efficient wine storage. There are so many types of refrigerated wine cabinets. We can choose from delectable designs that can go from classic to contemporary, urban chic to funky elegance, and more. These cabinets can store a few hundred bottles and can later be integrated into a formal wine room. They are definitely a fantastic addition to your home while keeping your prized bottles in perfect tasting condition.
Wine collecting is indeed very fulfilling. But it will even be more so when you can do it in your very own dream wine cellar, don’t you agree? So get those thinking wheels turning and share your custom wine cellar ideas with us as well! *Cheers*