Unlike working with a blank canvas allowing you to present great ideas and themes within a custom wine cellar display, here; our designer is forced to work within conflicting functionality parameters. This can limit the flush finish and aesthetic beauty seen within the designed space.
This custom wine cellar display project was once again created in the deepest of unloved dwellings – the basement. Damp, tarnished walls and minimal support structure was all that could be found in this space.
The original space presented century old twisted structural beams with a two meter head height. Additional obsticles included floor to ceiling iron support columns, damp, and slurry render walls not designed for fixing penetration.
This space truly presented one of our greatest custom wine cellar display design challenges over such a large space.
This design follows the established theme in this basement of the French ‘rustic’ custom white wine cellar situated next door. This custom red wine cellar is finished with luxury marble surfaces and backdrops. Consequently showcasing what has become our signature bottle formation style of storage in a rich aged smoked oak.
The initial wine cellar design discussed the installation of supporting steel beams to remove the existing columns. However, in fear of severe movement on the finished parquet ground floor above, it meant it became the enormous task for our designer to create a custom wine cellar display retrofit that in true form didn’t look like one. This entailed framing and cladding the columns within the design rather than removing them.
Note; the before images that truly emphasise the possibilities of transforming a space with heavy limitations. Our creative designers at Vinomagna can offer our clients true vision and transformation. Click here for more details.