Quick tips to designing your dream wine room or upgrading your existing wine room.
Both stunning and practical crafted rooms with elegance give you a place to invite your guest to select wine or sit down and have a glass. We believe your room should be unique and functional with stunning elements from old world brick to classy sleek contemporary. We have listed some quick tips to get the most out of your space.
Storage of wine can be done in many ways from ceiling racks to stacking bottles or even go as far as combination code for rare or vintage wines. With space you can create a welcoming area for guest to sit as you show off your selection of wine. It’s a good idea to take an inventory of your wine collection and how much extra wine you’d like to store.
There are many options for temperature control over your wine room. Having the right temperature and humidity is important and there are a few different ways you can do this. One way is using a A/C unit that you can place into the wall of your wine room. It isn’t the most attractive way to cool the room but it is the least expensive. Another choose is called the split system which is normally installed outside of your wine room. There is also the evaporator which is less visible than the A/C unit and lastly the ducted system seems to be pretty popular being that you only have vents inside of the wine room and your refrigeration unit is in another room.
What lighting you will choose also makes a big difference in your room as well as making it easier to read your wine bottle labels. Mood lighting with LED is important to ensure the lights don’t give off damaging heat or disturb the humidity in the room for your wine. If you are ready to design your wine room, start with an elegant custom entry and set the tone for the rest of your room. While transforming one room, you can also add a special touch to your estate by adding a custom iron front door.