Oldies but goodies, as they would say! Today’s Tech Tuesday showcase is kind of like a throwback to the classic WCI racking combos. These combos have always delivered when it comes to giving quality results. It doesn’t matter how time files or how fast the trends change. Classic combos such as this Vintner x Premium Redwood one can always hold their own:
Project # 289793
Wood: Vintner / Premium Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 1507
Where: Atlanta, GA
Simple and classy is the probably the best description for this wine cellar project. The versatility of the Vintner line is wonderfully displayed in this racking assembly. You can see how the various racking styles have been cleverly utilized here. In terms of bottle storage capacity, this cellar can easily host just a little over 1500 bottles. Moreover, it can do so in a nice variation of individual and bulk bottle storage options.
Premium Redwood also makes a comeback as the wood option for all the racking units. Specifically, the client chose to go with unstained Premium Redwood. You can see how the racks are sporting beautiful pinkish-gold hues. This is the natural color of Premium Redwood which is quite attractive. Of course, you can also opt to have your racks stained or finished. Premium Redwood absorbs stains and finishes extremely well. In fact, darker stains and finishes can serve to enhance the grain patterns of the wood.
Now have you guys noticed how seamless the racking arrangement is? The wine racks look like they’re built-in, don’t they? A built-in look can easily be achieved when you’re working with custom wine racks. But in this case, our design team was able to accomplish that as well with the use of just our “kits.” This once again proves just how flexible the Vintner Series is. That’s why it can work with any type of wine cellar project, whether residential or commercial. And speaking of the seamless look, we have Vintner’s finish options to thank for that.
Even if Vintner is just a kit, it carries a great selection of finishes, including crown and base moldings. The latter can be purchased in “packaged sets.” In this Tech Tuesday project, you’ll notice that the assembly also incorporates a Center Seam Trim. These finishes help fill in any awkward gaps from one racking style to the other. They also help rid of the gaps between the racks, flooring and ceiling as well. Indeed, nothing can beat a classic combo when it comes to custom wine cellars! *Cheers*