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Glass-Enclosed Wine Cellar Is Selling Point In Client’s Home

October 12th, 2017

Wine cellars have really secured their spot as the next home icon. Did you know that in the recent years, a home with a wine cellar can fetch a really good price in the real estate market? Not only that, there are actually more and more potential buyers requesting for this particular feature. The hit HGTV series House Hunters and Vacation Homes are great proofs of that. “Wine cellar” pops up in a potential buyer’s wishlist more often than it used to. It’s actually easy to see why, especially when the wine cellar is constructed beautifully:

Beautiful glass-enclosed wine cellar

We have here a terrific example of a home with a wine cellar that’s recently been listed. It’s not just any wine cellar, though! We’re proud to say that this elegant, glass-enclosed number is a WCI product, from the racks down to the assembly and installation. This is also the very first wine cellar we did for this client. Yup, that’s right! While they’re putting up this property for sale, they’ve also recently requested us to design another one for their new home. They definitely know the value of a quality wine cellar and we’re happy to be a part of the new build.

But right now, let’s focus on this glass-enclosed project that features WCI’s Vintage View Wine Racks. As we’ve talked in a lot of our blogs, the glass x metal combo is always a no-fail one. You just can’t go wrong with this, particularly for a compact wine cellar like the client’s. Since our Vintage View metal wine racks can be wall-mounted, they can really help maximize the limited space. Moreover, while the racking units are designed to hold standard sized wine bottles when mounted 7.5 inches apart, they can also store split-sized bottles. All that is needed is to play around with the configurations and mount that units at 5.5 inches apart.

Style-wise, the VintageView Series also provides for some pretty neat customization options. You can choose from four different finishes for your racks. The units are also available in single deep, double deep, and triple deep storage options. And here’s the fun part! You can also opt to deviate from the wall-mounting installation and choose to have your bottles displayed floor-to-ceiling. All you need to do is purchase a Floor to Ceiling Frame separately and voila! You can get that ethereal “floating” effect for your wine bottles.

No doubt about it, this wine cellar is indeed a selling point in our client’s home. Why not make it for yours as well! Chat with our experienced design consultants and find out how you can make that happen. ^_^


One response to “Glass-Enclosed Wine Cellar Is Selling Point In Client’s Home”

  1. Brian Hamilton writes:

    Interested in glass in closure an cooling unit

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