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Custom Wine Cellar Doors – Great Selections Offered by Coastal Custom Wine Cellars

A wine cellar door serves two important functions in the overall design of a wine storage space.  First, it provides a tight seal that allows the wine cellar cooling systems to function efficiently, and helps maintain the proper climate conditions for preserving the quality of wines.  Second, it creates an aesthetically pleasing entryway that reflects the personal taste of the wine collector.

Design Features of Quality Wine Cellar Doors

Wine Cellar Doors - Design Features

Wine Cellar Doors – Design Features

In order for a wine cellar entryway door to be effective in its purpose, weather stripping should be installed on all sides, and around the jambs as well.  An automatic door bottom should be affixed to the bottom edge of the door to prevent cold air loss.  To reinforce structural integrity and add better insulation, wine cellar doors are LVL constructed and connected with mortise and tenon joints.

Laminated veneer lumber (or LVL) has uniform structural properties that make the material strong and provide better insulating qualities.  LVL is an engineered wood product that consists of several layers of wood joined together by adhesives.  Compared to regular lumber, LVL is less likely to warp, shrink, or twist.  Mortise and tenon is an old world method of joining two pieces together.  It is a simple technique, yet proven to be strong and effective.

Custom wine cellar doors are created from different materials.  They are offered in a range of styles that can suit client preferences in terms of design and functionality.  The basic styles for a wine cellar entry door are wood, glass and wrought iron, or a combination of these materials.

Custom Designed Wine Cellar Doors Offered by Coastal


Custom Wine Cellar Doors by Coastal Custom Wine Cellars

Custom Wine Cellar Doors by Coastal Custom Wine Cellars

Coastal Custom Wine Cellars offer custom designed doors that will create a visually appealing wine cellar entryway.  They provide quality intricate designs on glass, wood, or wrought iron for a more personalized appearance.  Coastal can do custom carvings on wood based wine cellar doors that will allow clients to showcase their family crest, company logo, or any design that may appeal to them.  These carvings are done by in-house, third-generation carvers.

Glass etchings are also offered to project a contemporary look to a wine storage space.  For clients who want to bring an old world feel to their entryway door, Coastal can create delicate and intricate patterns on hand forged wrought iron paired with distressed hardwood.

Coastal Custom Wine Cellars has a stunning selection of exterior grade custom wine cellar doors to choose from, including Barolo Glass, Tuscan, Coto, Chianti, and Sonoma style doors.  These elegant entryway doors feature Italian-style designs that integrate wood, glass, or wrought iron into the structure.

Wood Specie Used and Dual Paned Glass Features

Glass Wine Cellar Doors

Glass Wine Cellar Doors

Wood variety is an important aspect when choosing a wine cellar door.  Knotty Alder, Mahogany, Cherry, and Walnut are some of the best hardwood materials for an entryway door.  Stain and finishing options (such as rustic, wheat, and chappo) are available to match or complement any existing décor.

Whether stand-alone or paired with hardwood, glass wine cellar doors should be dual paned because of the material’s excellent insulation and soundproofing qualities.  Dual paned glass wine cellar doors consists of two panes that are attached and sealed together along the edges, leaving a gas-filled space that helps minimize heat transfer.

When in the market for a wine cellar door, choose an entry door that will not only help keep the right amount of temperature, humidity, and light inside a wine storage room, but also leave a lasting impression.

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