Custom Wine Cellars Seattle Washington Reynolds – Processed Video Transcription
I’d like to walk you through the Reynolds wine cellar design and final photos. What you’re looking at is the overhead plan view of the Reynolds Wine Cellars Seattle Washington and they have a sitting area out here and the wine cellar doors that enter into the wine cellar itself.
Each elevation is designated by a letter – elevation A being the back wall, elevation B the corners, and elevation C the two sidewalls. You’ll notice there’s a total of 1,367 bottles in the Reynolds Wine Cellars Seattle Washington.
Elevation A is the back wall and this is the main while you look at when you come through the wine cellar doors. The Reynolds chose to do their wine cellar in kind of a French theme. It is very elaborate with a lot of hand-carved detailing.
You have your solid wine cabinets with adjustable shelves at the bottom. We have drawers above; these all have hand-carved grapevine designs. We have drawers here under the cabinet doors. These are glass cabinet doors with cathedral detailing.
You have a solid arch with a pop light opening. We have shelves going up each side, individual bottle storage on the left and right, and above on the top.
You will also notice the columns, they are hand-carved columns, and they have to detail leaf design at the top and large detailed crown molding as well as a large detailed base molding. The cabinet itself is 27 inches deep at the bottom which means it is a double-deep depth, and the top is 16 inches deep.
We move on to elevation B which are the corners. These are the upper side of the corners and these are individual bottle racks.
Elevations C at the left and right sides; have horizontal display racks going across the center. We have solid X bins and X cubes on the left and the right side.
Again we have the columns, the hand-carved columns, the large crown, and the large base. We have LED lighting along the display row. We have a 13 1/2 inch bottle depth here. You have raised panels on the end of the left wall where it can be seen from the outside.
Here you have some detail on our carved crown molding and base molding. Here are your details on the cathedral and on the crown molding detail on the end of the panel. This looks like a chair rail but it’s actually the columns and it’s showing the LED ribbon lighting along the horizontal displays and the panel base molding detail.
Here’s the overhead 3D wine cellar design view and you can see the countertop and the way this is all situated with the double deep on the end, single deep on the sides, your left and back view, your right and back view, and a little more 3D drawings here.
Now I want to get into the finished product. It is a beautiful wine room. Here are a few pictures showing the cathedral windows and detailed hand-carved grapevine design, the solid arch, and here are the cathedral window wine cabinets open.
Again the carved detail on the drawers and here is actually at the plant when they were doing the hand carving on the drawers. Here are your horizontal display rows, a little bit of some pictures here with the detailed crown, and your X bins.
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