If you have the budget for it, custom wine racks are really a worthy investment. They can be designed to your specifications, both in function and form. Function is naturally a primary consideration. Every customer has different wine storage needs. But form is essential as well. If you’re spending a good amount of money, the results should show inside and out – and it’s time to discover that. For our clients in Alpheretta, GA, this is exactly what our racking products delivered:
All of these wine racks and shelving are customized for the clients’ wine cellar. And that includes the stain option. Instead of choosing from the available selections on WCI’s list, the clients went for something else. They went along with our beautiful blended stain option. This stain is very true to its namesake. For those who are not yet familiar with it, here’s how our blended stains work. Basically, we can blend any of our current stains together to create something totally custom for you. We can even take a custom match and match it up.
For example, you want a light stain, but not as thin in color as our Light Danish Stain option. You will be able to achieve this by going just one or two shades darker. The blended stain option will allow you to combine 90% Light Danish Stain with 10% Midnight Black. Since you have the opportunity to play around with so many choices, the design possibilities are endless. Now is the time to discover such possibilities!
Here’s a nice snap of a custom wine tasting table. You can see how the beautiful blended stain works with wood of choice. Our clients went with All-Heart Redwood for all their racking units. All-Heart Redwood is one of our top ranked wood options for custom wine cellar projects. It absorbs stains and finishes really well, enhancing the wood’s gorgeous grain patterns. You can see here how a darker stain gives the wood a more luxe appeal. Use our Interactive Swatch Viewer to check out how different wood types will work with different stains and finishes. ^_^