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Something New: Arched Glass Doors And Step Stools – Stylish Access To Your Fine Wines

November 6th, 2010

We love to marvel at our wine collection. Who doesn’t? We treasure them so much that we select the best wine racks and build the finest wine cellars to house them.

But no, it doesn’t stop there. We love to accessorize our cellars too, with beautiful wine art, exquisite wine glasses, tasting tables, cooling solutions, and yes, even magnificent doors, rolling ladders and step stools. Needless to say, details are everything when it comes to wine cellars.

To satisfy the discriminating taste of every wine cellar owner, we’re happy to introduce 2 new additions to our collection: arched glass top doors and step stools.

Eyebrow Arched Glass DoorArched Top Glass Doors

The most visually important aspect of your wine storage area will be the door. And with wine cellar doors alone, you have plenty of choices!  Wine cellar doors come in numerous looks and finishes – you are spoilt for choice.

Our Eyebrow Arched Top Glass Door would make a great entry way to your wine cellar. This beautiful door’s glass can be etched, personalized or painted, and stains and woods are available with or without lacquer to match your wine cellar.

Since your door will be first thing your guests will see when entering your cellar, you’d want it to be a welcoming sight. We think this elegant arched glass door is just the thing.

Step Stool for Wine CellarStep Stools

Showing off your wines using high reveal display wine racks? So how do you reach those high up places to get your wine?  Do it with style with our wine cellar step stools.

Our step stool in a classy dark finish is made of birch wood. You’ll love it because it’s foldable for easy storage, and comes fully assembled. It may only weigh 19 lbs., but it can hold a weight limit of 200 – 250lbs.

Because it’s such a pretty step stool, it not only serves the purpose of helping you reach those wine bottles up top; it also makes a great piece of wine rack furniture in your wine cellar.