It's Time To Meet Your Oregon Wine Cellar Design Consultant!
Oregon ranks high among our favorite states because working with clients from this state has been such an enjoyable experience. The state is a tourist's paradise, characterized by diverse landscape of forests, mountains, farms and beaches. Of course, its most popular city, Portland, is always on the list of top places to visit. It is famed for its quirky, avant-garde culture and is home to iconic coffee shops, boutiques, farm-to-table restaurants and microbreweries. We've worked on wine storage projects in this beautiful city, along with a number of others such as in Salem and Bend, to name a few.
Featured Projects from our Oregon Portfolio
This project we completed for an Oregon client is stunning from every angle. The Vintner racks in Premium Redwood and Midnight Black Stain are just so elegant. They contrasted extremely well with the floor-to-ceiling Vintage View racks that gave the bottles such an ethereal charm.
"I am working on building out a wine cellar, so I ordered two of the 5 column unstained mahogany designer series wine racks to check them out before I invested in more. I was very happy with them in every aspect. The wood is good quality, assembly with a nail gun was very easy and they have a really nice look and feel. The price fit my budget as well. I ordered more and everything worked out great."
The client wanted space-efficient racking units to complete their wine cellar. Our Traditional Series wine racks with their shallow-depth configurations definitely fit the bill. The half-height racks in unstained Rustic Pine were the perfect fit!
With the purchase of two half height wine racks, the layout is simple yet elegant with a dark painted wall behind the racking. Kevin said, "The wine racks arrived in good shape and assembled easily. I used a Paslode finish nailer to put it together. It is doing the job!"
"Everything arrived right on time. I already owned a nail gun, so the assembly was very easy. Shopping the internet for modular systems, I found Wine Cellar Innovations, to have the easiest site to navigate. With all the various choices, there was something that would work for my DIY undertaking. The whole project, including all the plywood, molding, lighting, granite, Travertine tiles, and racking, came just under $3650. By the time I finish the door, it will be at $4000.00. Not bad for a room that can hold 550 bottles. I guess I have to stop buying Trader Joe's "Two-buck-Chuck". It just doesn't feel right..."
Oregon and the surrounding cities:
Serving the great state of Oregon and the surrounding cities:
Portland * Eugene * Bend * Salem * Hillsboro * Medford * Lake Oswego * Sherwood
Whether it's a residential or commercial wine cellar project, our Oregon design consultants can certainly help meet those wine storage goals. We have worked for wine cellars, restaurants, bars, and several others in various cities in the state. But we've also designed for several clients for their home wine cellar projects. We have delivered with 100% customer satisfaction and we're confident we'll be able to meet your wine cellar goals as well.
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Your Oregon Wine Cellar
- Professional assistance in understanding the wine cellar construction process
- Have our experts help in wine rack selection and more
- We provide Project Review and Pricing on all projects
- Get advice from the experts on budgeting and financing your project
- Cooling Unit Sizing services are available
- 2D & 3D Designs for residential and commercial wine cellars
- Our design experience extend to both residential and commercial projects
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Local Oregon Commercial Wine Stores & Restaurants
Cork Cellars #117231
- Sisters, OR
Lullu's Tutto Cucina #264079
- Salem, OR
Face Rack Creamery #234308
- Bandon, OR
Namaste Vineyards #245708
- Dallas, OR
Jacksonville Inn #63696
- Jacksonville, OR
Tualatin Liquor #283599
- Tualatin, OR
Triple Oak Wine Vault #255268
- Oakland, OR
Swing by the Cork Cellars in Sisters and check out how we designed their custom wine storage. Or if you happen to be in Salem, take some time to visit Lullu's Tutto Cucina to admire the unique racking arrangement. We also completed the Face Rock Creamery's wine cellar in Bandon, which their customers absolutely love. We create similar designs for your wine cellar project or have one completely customized to suit your style preference.
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Important Questions to Ask Before Creating Your Oregon Wine Room
How should I prepare my room for my wine racks?
When working on a diy wine cellar
, it's necessary to engage in the initial planning stages. The room you intend for your wine storage should be able to maintain the proper wine storage environment. That means it should have the right wine cellar cooling system, insulation and vapor barrier, if needed.
What flooring will give my wine cellar more character?
We recommend going with wine barrel flooring
to add lots of character to your wine cellar. In particular, the Vintage Wine Barrel flooring will really bring about a unique flavor to your project. It is made from reclaimed wood components from wine barrels to give your wine cellar the feel of being right in the heart of wine country. A major plus is that it's eco-friendly as well.
I want to enjoy my wine cellar, can I build one in my living room and still have it refrigerated?
These days, you will have no problem building a wine cellar in different sections of your home. That's because there are ways to keep ideal wine storage conditions, no matter where you build it. For example, a living room wine storage can easily be done with wine cellar glass doors
. Not only will it make for a stunning attraction in your home, but your collection will be properly displayed while keeping the bottles in peak taste.
How do I choose the best stain or color?
It all depends on your style preference. If you want a traditional look, the Light Danish Stain, Classic Mahogany, or Dark Walnut can give you that. But if you want something more modern, Midnight Black Stain, Whitewash wine racks
, Gray Wash, and Opaque Stain come highly recommended. You can also try our Blended Stain options for a really customized finish to your wine racks.