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Technical Tuesday Episode #407: Elegance Unrivaled With Vintage View X Rustic Pine

November 6th, 2018

Hey there, November! Only one month more to go before the Christmas holidays are here. That’s why now is the best time to really get going on that holiday shopping list. Now is also one of the best times to start planning out your wine cellar project. Keep in mind that the Christmas holidays come with awesome sales and deep discounts. And that certainly includes wine racks, wine decor, accessories, and more. So how about we get that motivation going with this stunning Tech Tuesday feature. It’s elegance unrivaled with the help of our Vintage View Series:

Project # 302175
Wood: Custom / Vintage View / Rustic Pine
Bottle Capacity: 752
Where: Centennial, CO

Stain: Midnight Black

It’s not a secret that we are obsessed with glass-enclosed wine cellar concepts. There are just so many ways to design unique wine storage with the help of glass wall entryways. Glass in itself is a highly attractive material to work with. It can work with other materials and enhance their inherent beauty like no other. That’s why when you mix and match wood, metal, stone, or other materials with glass, the design combinations are almost limitless. This is also one of the primary reasons why a glass-enclosed wine cellar is very popular. It’s timeless appeal can satisfy any discerning wine collector. Moreover, you can construct it anywhere in your living space and it immediately becomes the focal point. For these reasons and perhaps a little bit more, our client was all for this glass-enclosed project:

While it is not a novel combination, the Vintage View Series x glass entryways is certainly an infallible one. One cannot go wrong utilizing this combo because it checks off all the boxes. First off, it is  space-efficient as you can see from the photos of this completed wine storage. Vintage View racking units are designed to hold standard sized wine bottles when mounted 7.5 inches apart. But you can also adjust the configurations by mounting them 5.5 inches apart to accommodate split-sized bottles. Moreover, while the racks are designed to be wall-mounted, there’s another way of installing them. For the client’s wine cellar, most of the racks were assembled in a floor-to-ceiling fashion. This was accomplished with the assistance of a Floor to Ceiling Frame (which you can purchase separately).

Secondly, these metal racks come in different height and depth variations. That means they can accommodate a variety of bottle sizes, as well as ceiling heights. Lastly, the minimalist design of the racks will work with any wine cellar theme. They come in four different finish options – Black, Black Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Chrome. So whether you want a traditional or contemporary theme, or a combination of both, Vintage View in a glass-enclosed entryway can bring it. *Cheers*

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