Shrine For Wine - Wine Cellar

The owner of this Yaletown penthouse had a small, unused pantry off of the kitchen and entertainment areas. He wanted his cellar to showcase his wine yet be functional at the same time. In order to keep it uncluttered looking, it was necessary to conceal the cooling system in the ceiling. When the cabinet doors are closed, what is presented is a clean, masculine cellar that draws your attention to the focal point - the wine itself.
This shrine for wine was created out of 85-year old reclaimed, White Ash church pews that Sleeping Grape salvaged and re-milled at it's shop. The Gothic Arch doors are made of the same wood.
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The Gothic arch solid White Ash door sports hand-hammered wrought iron made by a local master blacksmith. The doors contain high efficiency, gas-filled, sealed glass units. An automatic threshold in the underside of the doors means there is no threshold to walk over as you enter the cellar yet creates a perfect seal for cooling efficiency. This shrine for wine was created o...More
“doors” — cathynsteve
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This shrine for wine was created out of 85-year old reclaimed, White Ash church pews that Sleeping Grape salvaged and re-milled at it's shop. The wood was gorgeous and wonderful to work with!
“wine cellar” — rdwdecor91
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The owner of this Yaletown penthouse had a small, unused pantry off of the kitchen and entertainment areas. He wanted his cellar to showcase his wine yet be functional at the same time. In order to keep it uncluttered looking, it was necessary to conceal the cooling system in the ceiling. When the cabinet doors are closed, what is presented is a clean, masculine cellar that ...More
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In order to keep the wine cellar uncluttered looking, it was necessary to conceal the cooling system in the ceiling. This required turning off the fire sprinkler system for the whole building in order for water lines to be moved. A mounting assembly was engineered in order to support the cooler in the ceiling space. Now, when the cabinet doors are closed, what is presented ...More
“Nicho” — pbruni
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