One of the designers we work with, http://taradudleyinteriors.com asked us to work on a new Wine Room Project for one of her clients. After months of planning, (There are other areas and trades involved in project), we are now hands deep in the project. It does take time for clients and everyone involved to come up to decisions on finishes, colors, materials, and an overall finished design. You also have to contend with situations that are not part of the overall plan and or design so you always have to be ready to present options and adjustments to clients.
This is the original proposed design. The overall look of the room is still the same. A few of the elements have changed due to structural issues that became an issue after the wine holding system was selected.
This new holding system is by https://cablewinesystems.com
It is a very elegant and modern way of displaying wine while utilizing the space in the wine room
Framing the Wine Room
The area where wine room is going into, was already existing with a wine storage cabinetry as well as a Butler area close to the Dining Room. The area is getting enclosed by large wood posts and beams, which will hold the weight of the wine bottles. Did you know that a full bottle of wine weighs on average about 2.65 lbs.? Click on link form some interesting statistics from.https://winefolly.com/tutorial/how-many-glasses-bottle-wine/
Once we remove the old cabinetry and counters, then comes the framing of room. The following pictures show the walls ready for insulation, which is also key to maintaining a constant temperature in room. http://futuresbuildingcompany.com/building-wine-coolers/
As we progress with this Wine Room Project, I will keep updating. In the meantime, pour yourself a glass of wine.