JW Eskew Design

Greenwich Wine Cellar

The design brief was to take an existing underground root cellar on a Greenwich estate and create a unique wine cellar looking as though it was 200 years old. We recommended using our stash of antique Butternut wood to enhance the effect. It is the sister wood to Black Walnut sometimes being called White Walnut. It is unique as the cambium layer of the tree encourages wood boring beetles which give it its unique worm holes that don't really apperar in Black Walnut
Project Year: 2006
Project Cost: $50,001 - $75,000
Country: United States
Greenwich WIne Cellar
1 Save | 0 Questions
jw eskew
EmbedQuestion
Greenwich Wine Cellar
0 Saves | 0 Questions
We designed and made these cool doors in solid Oak to complement the wine cellar. They are made to look 200 years old and create a great entrance for the wine experience.
EmbedQuestion
Greenwich Wine Cellar
0 Saves | 0 Questions
Note wormy Butternut wood. Very rare these days and makes a one of a kind statement
EmbedQuestion
Greenwich Wine Cellar
0 Saves | 0 Questions
We created arches to complement the barrel vaulted ceiling.
EmbedQuestion