New Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois – Palos Heights – Dave (A Processed Video Transcription)
You’re looking at a photograph of Dave’s Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois in a darkened room with the lighting turned on. As you can see in the wine cellar design, there is a wine barrel table top on a peninsula table. We have a high reveal display row with LED ribbon lighting above and a solid arch with a pop light. I’d like to take you on a tour of the wine cellar design drawings.
What you’re looking at here is the overhead or plan view of Dave’s Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois. As you can see each elevation is designated by a letter: elevation A, the front wall, elevation B the three corner walls, elevation C the left, D the back wall and E the right wall.
There are a total of 1,064 bottles in this wine cellar. Dave had a little bit of a different design for his cellar; he has the bottom racks coming out further than the top custom wine racks with a 3-inch leap.
We will go to first of all elevation A, below the window. Here we have a champagne size of individual bottles on each side of case storage. We have individual case storage and solid case storage in between. There is a 1 1/2 inch toe-kick and base molding on the bottom. The table top is a cooperage wine table top.
Elevation B is the corners. Again you can see the wider bottom and the narrower top with the three-inch ledge.
Elevation C, this area in the center is where they built columns in between these racks. We have solid X-cubes on the bottom with an individual row on each side. The high reveal display row with the light valance to hide this LED ribbon lighting and the individual bottles above.
Again you can see they’ve one 10-inch rack on the top and 13-inch custom wine racks on the bottom. All of these custom wine racks in Palos Heights Illinois are 92 1/2 inches high with a 2 1/4 inch crown molding going up an inch above the racks.
Elevation D is the back wall. Here we have case storage on each side. We have solid X-cubes above, individual bottle storage, glass racks, high reveal display row with light valance for the LED ribbon lighting and behind, which is hard to see on this drawing.
What we used is a wine barrel that Dave had himself, a French wine barrel; we’ve incorporated that into the design and behind the wine barrel there is enough room here. We were able to put case storage back behind as well.
Moving on to elevation E, we have more case storage going from floor to ceiling and a quarter-round in the end. These are solid case storage and solid quarter-round.
We’re going to the 3D wine cellar design Chicago Illinois drawing now. This is the overhead view. You can see where we did the three-inch leap, where his peninsula table top comes out, and the tabletop right below the window.
This is a view from the front looking back, a view from the back to the window and the four walls and the window and the right wall from the back straight back, and here is from the doorway looking into the left. Here you can see the case storage behind the wine barrel.
Hope you’ve enjoyed the walkthrough and the tour of Dave’s Wine Cellar Design created by Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois SPecialists.