Last year I had the opportunity to furnish a local winemaker’s private cellar. The project included entry doors, cabinetry, copper counter tops, backlit wine racks, stemware racks, a liquor cabinet, and a few bistro tables. Made from reclaimed douglas fir. Photo credit to my lovely wife, Shannon.
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I posted a few shots of phase 2 (cabinets and stemware racks) below.
Next I’ll deliver the custom entry doors and copper counter top.
I am excited about this wine cellar project that I started this week. I am using removable dividers in the bottle racks to allow for different patterning (“X” pattern, zig-zag, diamond pattern, etc…). The dividers can also be left out to allow space for wine glass storage or vertical bottle display (as you will see in some of the photos). The bottle racks will be inserted between rock pillars in the cellar and will be backlit as I did on this project.
Next I will tackle the cellar doors, and then the cabinetry, wine glass storage, and a large liquor cabinet. Stay tuned!
Made from reclaimed pine planks.
On friday we delivered this round wine tasting bar. This is another project that I partnered with John Brigham on. The bar is about 15′ in diameter. As the old saying goes, “It takes a lot of beer to make a good wine [bar]”.
This kitchen project was done in collaboration with John Brigham and his crew. Built from reclaimed American wormy chestnut (barn wood).
One of Steve Bewley’s baskets from wine barrel bands (above). See Steve’s work at http://rerunproductions.com/
Corner drawersZinc-clad breakfast bar Wine refrigerator and backlit wine bottle rack.
Wine glass drawers.
Photo credit: Joel Wilson