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Wine Cellar Inspirations: What Type Of Wine Cellar Art Suits You

October 11th, 2017

You may think that choosing a wine cellar art piece is easy-peasy, but it’s not that simple. You have to consider what type of art will best suit your wine cellar. You also have to consider how much you can afford in terms of quality. After all, this is also an investment. There are a bevy of options available out there, so let’s check them out:

Wine Paintings and Murals

Wine Paintings and Murals

This is probably the most popular type of wine cellar art out there. There are so many choices when it comes to wine paintings and murals. Moreover, you can have one custom-made. While a painting or mural is certainly best displayed in an archway, you can also choose to have it in another section of the wine room. But just make sure that it will not detract from other important elements, like your wine collection, of course. There are also several options for the materials utilized in paintings and murals. Here at WCI, our artists usually use acrylics or oils on canvas.

Mosaic Art

Mosaic Art

Mosaic Art is not as common as paintings or murals, but it is equally beautiful. It’s also a unique type of wine cellar art that can really bring character to your wine room. It is also often used in archways or glass rack openings. What we love about this material is that it exudes a vintage feel, reminiscent of that old-country charm. The next type of art called Tumbled Stone is also somewhat similar to that effect. But mosaic is a bit more complicated since the bits and pieces are created entirely by hand. Here at WCI, our pieces come from a unique blend of antique fine china, stained glass, and porcelain tiles.

Tumbled Stone

Tumbled Stone

This type of wine cellar art is quite underrated. But it deserves a lot more attention because the aesthetic appeal of Tumbled Stone is on an entirely different level. Not only can you have this art on your walls, but also on your wine cellar tabletops. It’s important to remember, though, that there are so many different kinds of stone materials available. Note that variations of shade and color are inherent in natural stone products. Certain types of stone tiles have naturally occurring holes or veins running through them. This means that if you want a custom-made job, your tumbled stone mural will have surface variations throughout the design. Consulting with the artist beforehand is highly recommended so you get the image you want reproduced to your specifications.