Apr 18, 2018
Transitional design is a mix of modern and traditional elements, and its a niche that is trending today. For good reason as the merging of elements allows limitless potential.
This compact Briarcliff Manor cellar is a great example. The darker hue of the wood and stone walls provide the traditional feel, while the lighter wood, granite countertop, and metal racks bring out the contemporary elements .
To achieve the look, this client installed three Floor-to-Ceiling Frames (using angled brackets to conform to the slanted ceiling). The selection of single-deep Wall Series metal racks is a nod to minimalism, and the client was able to increase the bottle capacity with wood X-bins and shelving.
The finishing touch that pulls it altogether: a glass door that opens the design of the cellar to the rest of the room.
The final result is a capacity of more than 100 bottles with a stylish bar area to serve the great vino inside.
Custom Wine Cellar Details:
- Wall Series metal wine racks (single-deep configuration)
- Floor-to-Ceiling Frames
- FCF Backer Bars for one sided display
- FCF Angled Base Plate
- Brushed Nickel finish
- 54-bottle-capacity on metal racks/108 total
- Estimated metal racking cost: $1,350
- Location: Briarcliff Manor, NY
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