There’s a lot to love about our wine rack kits, but what really stands out most in our books is the way these wine rack kits can outfit any kind of wine cellar. And by that, we refer to the way these wine rack kits can really maximize the available space and create more than enough bottle storage for one’s collection.
Let’s look into this recently completed wine room of our client Ed. With the ample floor space, it was a matter of ensuring that the chosen racks will be able to properly utilize such space and give the client sufficient bottle storage. The Vintner Series rose to the challenge beautifully. The Individual Bottle Columns with Displays provided tons of storage in a neat manner while at the same time complementing the other wood components of the wine room, such as the glass-paneled doors. It’s all thanks to the fact that even if Vintner is part of our “kits” series, one can still customize the appearance of the racks with the selection of wood, stain, and finish options available. In this case, Classic Mahogany stain was chosen to match the dark hues of the other wood accents. They also worked extremely well against the white stone materials of the room’s walls. We love the way the wine racks appear more prominent and eye-catching owing to the color contrast.
Below is a closer look at Vintner’s Individual Bottle Columns. Note that each wine bottle stored on this type of wine racking unit is cradled on customized rails that are carefully manufactured with beveled ends and rounded edges. This ensures that your wine labels will not tear when the bottles are removed or replaced. The columns are so easy to stack on top of the other in order to accommodate just about any ceiling height. And of course, with the addition of custom crown and base moldings, you get a truly professional appearance for your wine racking assembly. Check out some of our Learning Videos on how to assembly and install our Vintner wine rack kits!
“The wine racks are working out well. I had a contractor assemble them for me and they did use a nail gun.”