Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois Anil – Processed Video Transcription
The very front is full glass windows and doors. We also have a window on the right side. This is no longer a window; this is a solid wall. Each elevation is designated by a letter; elevation B is the left and right walls and elevation C is the back wall.
You can see that there is a total of 497 bottles storage possible in this wine cellar. Elevation B, the left and right walls, begin with individual bottle storage custom wine racks Chicago Illinois below, a high reveal display row with your display bottles at a 15-degree angle and a light valance above.
The light valance is there to hide any LED ribbon lighting that is installed in the wine cellar to shine down on the display row. We also have individual 750 bottles above that are configured in a waterfall configuration.
This will be so that the windows in the front can see the labels on the bottle as they go up the racking. Each of the racks is 13 ½’’ deep. They have 1 ½ toe kick and base molding at the bottom and a 2 ¾’’ crown molding at the top that is attached to the custom wine racks. Elevation C is the back wall.
We have lattice case storage down below with full face trim, individual bottle custom wine racks Chicago Illinois, a high reveal display row with light valance, more individual bottles above, a glass rack, and a tabletop; all matching the racking.
This is the overhead 3D view. You can see the waterfall racking coming down toward the windows. The front view shows the glass windows and what you can see. This is the upper view of the right wall and back wall and the upper view of the left wall and back wall.
The design is actually completed and here is our picture of the completed room. You can see the WhisperKOOL wine cellar cooling units Chicago Illinois up in the upper left wall, so WhipserKOOL XLT 3000.
Mr. Anil chose unfinished premium redwood racking for his custom wine racks Chicago Illinois. This view is from the front and you can see the glass rack, the lattice case storage below, and the high reveal display rows around, as well as the waterfall racking.
The final view is with the lights out; the ribbon lighting shining down on the display rows and some overhead lighting above. Hope you enjoyed viewing the Anil wine cellar and seeing the drawings by Wine Cellar Specialists, racking, and cooling that we’ve provided, and the photos of the completed project.
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