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For avid wine collectors there comes a point when one’s collection calls for more than your average wine rack. In such cases, graduating to a full wine cellar provides enough storage — at the right temperature — as well as a fun place for entertaining friends. From storing small quantities to thousands of bottles, there’s a space that’s right for every wine lover. Wine cellars may have full walk-in coolers, or smaller units with wine refrigerators and racks. Having a tasting area is also helpful, with an arrangement of wine glasses, carafes, aerators, corkscrews and other wine accessories at the ready for an impromptu sip. Wood is a traditional favorite material for wine cellar decor, as are murals, photos and mementos from wine country. More
The wine silo comprises the final addition to the compound and it stands adjacent to the shop. Because the compound lies in the Snake River flood plain, a standard wine cellar was incompatible with the building site. Borrowing from agrarian structures, the design team arrived at the silo form as...
Level One: Our goal was to create harmony of colors and finishes inside and outside the home. The home is contemporary; yet particular finishes and fixtures hint at tradition, especially in the wine cave.
Renovated to accommodate a family of eight, this oceanfront home proudly overlooks the gateway to Marblehead Neck. This renovation preserves and highlights the character and charm of the existing circa 1900 gambrel while providing comfortable living for this large family. The finished product is a...
Temperature and humidity control is specific to each of the 3 individual wine bays. This allows for greater control over the wine climate within the bays and greater comfort in the seating area outside them.