Our Vintner Series is really racking up the popularity points as early as the start of the year. This goes to show that the series possesses the features clients need for their wine cellar projects. Today’s DIY feature is another all-Vintner showcase. This completed wine cellar is a great example to let us delve into further detail on Vintner’s strengths:
We can see from these photos that the client has a pretty sizeable collection. They also needed room to accommodate future acquisitions. The variety of racking styles in the Vintner kits helped them achieve just that. One of the best features of this series is that it has the greatest variety of wine rack designs. This allows one to create really unique racking arrangements that will suit both bottle storage needs and style preference. By learning how Vintner actually works, one can create a wine cellar sporting a custom look sans the expensive cost.
The most important thing to remember about this series is that it has amazing stackable qualities. Vintner offers 3-foot and 4-foot racking units that can be easily stacked to any height you desire. At WCI’s purchase page for this product, we have included the option to select the desired racking height. This makes it more convenient for customers to purchase the right racks and stacking equipment needed. The latter refers to the extra options you can add to really complete your wine racks. These “extras” also give your racks even more additional inches, height-wise. Those extras have been utilized in this project, giving the assembly a seamless appearance.
So what exactly are these add-ons? These are the molding packages, center seam trim, base molding packages, and base platforms. The crown and base moldings help close any awkward gaps between your racks and the ceiling and/or flooring. As for the Center Seam Trim, this helps hide the point where your two wine racks meet. The base platforms serve to elevate these racking units. By wisely utilizing these options, your wine cellar will sport a truly professional, custom-built look. The last bit would be to throw in the finishing touches by selecting your stains and finishes. In the client’s case, they went for a Dark Walnut Stain to give their wine cellar a classy appeal: