The wood swatches and photography that are represented on this website have been provided to give you a visual representation of the wood and stain options available through our organization.
However, due to variations in individual user's monitor settings, calibrations, color printing settings, and lighting sources, we cannot guarantee that your wine cellar will be an exact match to the colors represented on this site.
We would also like to explain that in certain wood species, the color changes as it ages over time. For example, most cuts of redwood gain a richer color as it ages. Coloring also varies throughout any given cut of wood grade, providing a broad range of shading and color density. We would like to also point out that there will be a variation that one can expect from a single sample of material, compared to the thousands of varying pieces that will be utilized in the final construction of your wine cellar racking or product.
If you would like assistance with color matching for interior design purposes, you may request a free Material Spectrum Chart that is professionally printed to accurately represent the wood choices that you have selected. Please call and speak to a wine cellar consultant to discuss any questions or concerns that you may have, or to request a Material Spectrum Chart.