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Wine Cellar Builders Newport Beach California Offshore Project – A Processed Video Transcription

Wine Cellar Design Newport Beach California
 

6 Offshore Home Wine Cellar Project

6 Offshore Home Wine Cellar Project

Hello and thank you for visiting Coastal Custom Wine Cellar Builders Newport Beach California.  I want to take you on a short tour of a project that we recently completed in Newport Beach California.  I’ll share some before and after photos with you.  I’ll also take you on a tour of our complimentary three dimensional wine cellar design Newport Beach California services and some photographs of our finished product.

Wine Cellar Design for the Newport Beach California Offshore Project

This is the entry of the home.  Now let’s take a look at the wine cellar design Newport Beach California features first.   Everybody that comes to Coastal Custom Wine Cellars receives a complimentary three dimensional design package such as we are about to go through here.

Wine Cellar Design Newport Beach California

Wine Cellar Design Newport Beach California

This is the plan view or overhead view of the wine area.  All the dimensions are posted around the perimeter.  Walls are typically referred to as elevations A, B, C, and so on.  The total bottle capacities and such are posted on this table, on the top right, as well as the crown molding detail, base moldings, and such.

This home wine cellar has some unique features, as you’ll see in the pictures that are coming up here shortly.  The walls and the ceiling are a brick veneer.  They wanted as much of this brick visible to their guests and to their family for the overall appearance of the wine room.

Wine Racking System

Wine Racks for Newport Beach California Project

Wine Racks for Newport Beach California Project

We created what I call some half diamonds wine racks, large openings that are open to the back wall, and this is indeed the wall directly across from the entry.  Total height is about 9 1/2 feet.  Here is the table top area and you’ll see later the herring bone brick design within the confines of this.

On this particular wine rack design we provided a 4 inch toe-kick or a base that elevated everything off the floor four inches and we provided a built up crown molding here at the top as well.  This is a side elevation showing you the depth of the wine racks.

High Reveal Display Row with LED Lighting

The theme of the wine room was this high reveal display row that went around the perimeter.  This is about 40 inches off the floor.  We provided LED lighting to illuminate this area.  Not only is it a beautiful featured characteristic of the wine room, but it’s a good management tool as well because you can store like wines above and below the display row.

High Reveal Display Row with LED Lighting

High Reveal Display Row with LED Lighting

All of the openings are 3 3/4 inch x 3 3/4 inch, which translates to you being able to store a wide variety of 750 ml bottles such as Oregon Pinots, Shiraz, Zinfandel, California blue chips, and standard champagnes.  There are very, very few bottles that would not actually fit into these openings.

Let’s take a look at the left side wall and the right side wall.  They are mirror images of each other for the most part, and I’ll explain here in a moment.  So again, as much open space as possible to the brick wall that’s behind all these wine racks.

A good amount of single bottle storage wine racks with a high reveal display row and the continuity of that going throughout the cellar, and you’ll see what this particular column here is in just a few moments, but it actually faces the full seamless glass wall and entry, so the visual is quite stunning and it looks a little bit like this.  The only difference between the right side wall and the left side wall was the fact that we installed an operable grille cover.  This is made of the same wood, the same finish of the rest of the cellarage.  However, it conceals the cooling unit.

So these three dimensional wine cellar design Newport Beach California visuals will give you a good idea of how the home wine cellar came together and what we provided.  Let’s take a look at some of the photographs.  This was the before pictures.  This area here with this large mirror is the dining room.  If you go down this hallway and take a right, there’s a little entry here to a very large 11′ x 9′ area that we converted into the wine cellar.

Home Wine Cellar Cooling Unit

Fan Coil Installed by our Wine Cellar Builders

Fan Coil Installed by our Wine Cellar Builders

As you can see, we’ve begun.  Here, we’re installing the evaporator that supplies the cold air and the cold air return for the wine room.  This was provided by Arctic Metalworks.  I’ve worked with this particular contractor for over a year and I was lucky enough to find this gentleman who has created over 750 wine cellars in the Los Angeles and Orange County area.

Once that cooling unit is installed as you can see and if you’ll remember we talked about the operable grille cover.  This louvered panel cover here is actually on a hinge, so not only does it conceal the product but for future service or any maintenance it’s easy to get to.

Some of the final photographs here, this is a view from the door and as you can see how the open areas that we discussed about when we talked about the wine cellar design.  You can see brick in the ceiling, the walls, and the herring bone appearance within the confines of this opening.

Napa Valley Oak Wine Barrel Flooring and Herculite Door

Oak Wine Barrel Flooring - Wine Cellar Design

Oak Wine Barrel Flooring – Wine Cellar Design

We have beautiful oak barrel flooring made from Napa Valley reclaimed barrels.  Some other shots, this is the left side and right side elevations.  As you can see the LED lighting only illuminates the high reveal display row and it’s open to the wall, so that its brick is featured.

These rectangular openings here are for large format bottles, 1.5 liters or magnum bottles can be stored here in a label forward horizontal display.  Here is a little bit of the masonry or the herring bone appearance we created.  We used a seamless glass.

Instead of a dual pane, we used a half-inch Herculite door to illuminate and minimize the borders, channel, the header, and that sort of thing.  So there is essentially nothing with the exception of glass obstructing your view into the wine cellar.  Pictures don’t really do it justice, it’s stunning.

So if you have a project, we’d love to help you.  Please reach out to us wine cellar builders Newport Beach California at www.winecellarsbycoastal.com.

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