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Wine Cellar Inspirations: Accessorizing Your Refrigerated Wine Cabinets

November 14th, 2018

Time and again, we’ve shared on the blog the reasons why refrigerated wine cabinets are pretty amazing. They are able to provide proper wine storage even in limited spaces. Moreover, they can be tailored according to one’s budget. And not only that! It’s also easy and enjoyable to customize them. By accessorizing, you can make these wine cabinets truly your own. We’re going to share some of these ideas with you today and get you inspired with them:

Add a French Door entry!

Adding in a classy French Door entry

First up is probably our most favorite add-on: the French Door entry. You can actually choose this custom option with our Wine Sentinel refrigerated wine cabinets. A French Door adds a lot of class and character to the wine cabinet. It also lends the illusion of having a much bigger storage. Here at WCI, our doors are equipped with proper insulation values and weather-stripping. You can also have your windows tinted. This will minimize light exposure to protect your bottles.

Embellish with Quarter Round Displays!

Embellish with Quarter Round Displays

The great thing about refrigerated wine cabinets is their storage versatility. What do we mean by this? It means that you can keep more than just your wine bottles in them. That’s why they’re the best alternative to a formal wine cellar when you can’t have one. For example, you can also store wineglasses, decanters, and other glassware in your wine cabinet. That also includes decor and other odds and ends. Embellishing your cabinet with display shelves is the way to go. Our favorite is definitely the Quarter Round Displays. These can be installed one one or both ends of the cabinet. They will also help give your cabinet a truly finished appearance.

Stain, paint, or finish your wine cabinets!

Stain, paint, or finish for a unique look

Since wine cabinets are mostly comprised of wood materials, you can actually do so much with them, style-wise. Wood is a versatile material to work with, particularly those of impeccable quality. Our top picks would be All-Heart Redwood, Premium Redwood, Rustic Pine, and Grand Mahogany. We also have a soft spot for Sapele and Cherry. These wood species absorb stains and finishes extremely well. They also transform beautifully when painted. By dressing up your wine cabinet, you can match it with any existing interior furniture or decor. This is also how you can make that cabinet sport that “built-in” look.

Do you have more ideas for accessorizing your wine cabinets? We’d love to hear them, so comment down below! ^_^


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