By Nathaly Julian. Wine Cellar Door. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 17:29:14 PM.
The most aesthetically significant part of your wine storage area is the door. Wine cellar doors are also considered important part of the design and building process. When your guests visit your cellar, the first thing they will see is your doors. In view of the fact that so many cellars are situated in the living space at the present, they are also an essential part of the overall room design.
In choosing your wine door make sure that we keep the style we want to convey at the same time that we keep its function at its optimum level. Whatever the design is let us just make sure that it is well constructed and sealed to keep the humidity and temperature inside for your wine. If you want to go for a contemporary think about a glass cellar door wherein you can opt to have painted with the design of your choice or you can have it etched and for a cleaner look, go for a plain glass. Glass cellar doors are also good for keeping the temperature inside because they are thick and has sealed edges.
Sometimes the direction your doors open can be an issue. When thinking of which way your wine doors should hinge, consider the positioning of your wine storage racks or accessories close to the doors, and how wide you need to open the doors should you have to bring in a crate or case of wine bottles. If you need additional clearance than the interior of your wine room can offer, make sure your doors can swing open to the outside, and don't forget a doorstop or additional add-on to prevent the doors from striking the wall. Wine doors are an essential aspect of your wine room. Selected wisely the doors can help your wine cellar function properly and create a great first impression to your visitors.
Understanding Cellar Door Properties: Your cellar entrance should be an exterior grade door which is very sturdy, able to withstand constant change in temperature and keep outside air from leaking in. It should be durable and insulated to avoid warping. All doors should come with automatic bottoms or combination of door sweep and threshold (to avoid cool air from escaping), and perimeter seal. These allow openings to be sealed protecting the wines from spoiling due to air leaks. In the case of glass doors, they should have dual-paned, tempered and thermal glass.
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