Custom Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois White Under Staircase Project – Processed Video Transcription
We also wanted to have our cooling unit in this area and blowing down from the ceiling. We are going to take a look at each elevation.
Elevation A is right when you come in the door; elevation B is the left wall; C is the back wall; D is the grill cover and box; E is the right wall. We used a lot of horizontal wooden wine racks in this design.
Elevation A is our first horizontal rack. It is 13 1/2 inches deep which means that it will hold three bottles deep in the horizontal rack from floor to ceiling.
We move on to elevation B. We have individual bottles with a high reveal display row, we have waterfall wooden wine racks down with the slant of the ceiling and we included some molding along the top edge.
Here you can see where the grill cover and box are up above in the center. You can see that these Mahogany wine racks are 13 1/2 inches deep. We do have a 1 1/2 inch toe-kick and base molding.
As we go along, elevation C is the very back wall. It is a horizontal rack that is only six inches deep for a single bottle.
Elevation D is the grill cover and box with the grill going directly down for the cooling unit, which was a RM 2600 split system. Elevation E is single deep, only six inches deep going down and ‘waterfalling’ with the slanted ceiling again.
Elevation F is a triangular-shaped quarter round. It is not a rounded piece but a piece with a flat front that segmented the two elevations A and B together.
You can see how this all works out. This brings the two walls together. Our horizontal displays are all lattice displays, and I’m going to show you that in the 3D drawings.
Here, you can see that they are lattices. There’s your grill cover and box with the air blowing down from the ceiling and you can see these in the 3D as well.
Now, I want to show you some photographs. Here is looking into the wine room. We used a Tuscan wine cellar door. It’s a square door, we used arched glass and an operable hand-forged wrought iron wine cellar door.
You can see the Mahogany wine racks here. We used Mahogany, unfinished Mahogany wood. The grill cover and box are right there blowing down.
Here you can see it a little bit closer. You can see that we do have the lattice horizontal displays rows, where it is lattice wood rather than solid. We have the high reveal display row with LED lighting up above.
Here you can see the back wall with the horizontal racks displays rows again, another picture of the displays or close up there. This is the wrought iron wine cellar door, the hand-forged wrought iron, and you can see the full door, from the front to the back of the wine cellar.
Hope you’ve enjoyed walking through the White custom wine cellars in Chicago Illinois. This was actually put together and constructed by AMM construction. Thank you so much!