It’s another awesome Tech Tuesday, wine cellar fans! We’re going to talk about styling large wine cellars today. Some might think it’s easier to style a large wine cellar because there’s more space to work with. But that’s not exactly the case. Larger wine cellars also present their own set of styling challenges. Since there is a lot more space to work with, you have to adequately utilize that space. You also have to come up with a well-balanced layout. There will obviously be more elements involved here, so achieving balance and symmetry is key. Our featured wine cellar today will give us some terrific inspiration for that!
Project # 321255
Wood: Custom / Premium Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 3168
Where: New Albany, OH
Stain: Midnight Black
Check out this massive wine cellar that our team completed for a client in New Albany, OH. The total bottle storage capacity is actually over 3000 bottles. And as we can see from these photos, this project is chock-full of different racking styles. Let’s take a proper virtual tour and go into more detail:
The floor-to-ceiling configuration of the racking assembly is certainly worthy of mention here. See how the wine racks are able to span the ceiling heights, leaving no awkward gaps anywhere. There are two essential factors that contributed to this seamless setup. One is the fact that these are all custom units. With custom racking, getting an effortless fit for your wine room is a no-brainer. Everything will be measured and manufactured according to the room’s specifications – down to the last cm and mm. Two, custom moldings and center seam trim were integrated into the assembly. These immensely help in removing unsightly gaps between the floor and the racks, as well as the ceiling.
Now we have some close-up photos of the different racking styles used in this project. In styling a large wine cellar, it is important To harmonize your wine racks and other wine cellar furniture. One element should not overpower another. Otherwise, this will take away from the most important thing in your wine cellar – your wine bottles. Here you can see that the Individual Bottle Columns, Open Diamond Bins, and Rectangular Shelves were carefully incorporated to achieve the right proportions. Then accents such a wine tasting island and countertops were added to augment the layout. There’s also more storage under the wine tasting island to accommodate more bottles, as well as wine accessories. Topping it all off, all the racks were done in Midnight Black Stain option. The bold hue really makes the racks pop out against the lighter colored floors and ceilings. *Cheers*