A Maplewood wine cellar finished to resemble old-growth mahogany handsomely displays standard bottles, Magnum and Jeroboam bottles. Cove lighting above the crown moulding illuminates the herringbone pattern of a vaulted brick ceiling and the whole delightful showcase can be glimpsed through frameless glass doors from a small lobby. Woodruff Brown Photography
This minimalist acrylic wine cellar is located in an exclusive East Hampton residence. The homeowner and architect wanted help creating a cellar that would make the wine bottles appear to float in the air.
Architectural Plastics was contracted to design and build the wine cellar racks. By using a combination of clear acrylic wine racks and light from LED back panels, the bottles do appear to simply float in the air.
Large wine room for a hotel in central London, UK. The room is filled with a combination of individual traditional bottle racking and storage cubes, perfect for bulk storage which the hotel required. All of the racking is supplied in natural pine and the room can hold over 1450 bottles.
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