Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 17:33:07 PM. . By Nathaly Julian.
From the contemporary to the traditional look that wood cellar doors can keep the vapor barrier of the wine room as well as enhance the look of your wine storage room. Like the glass doors, wood can as well be intricately carved or can be plain. There are also ornate wrought iron cellar doors that can be topped on your glass or wooden doors. If those two options don't give you the finish you want then time for you to be creative and create your own cellar door. Here you can play with the trims, hinges and frames. You also can choose a handle from different hardware that would perfectly the look and feel you are going for. A door for your wine room is incredibly important to maintain the vapor barrier of the outside and keep the humidity and temperature control even for your wines. The proper temperature is around 55 degrees where stays cool and dark for your wines.
Another attractive cellar door option is the glass door. It can be plain, etched or stained. Glass etching is the roughening of a piece of glass in selected areas to create a permanent design on it, thus creating an elegant look. Doors with stained glass are also attractive and can blend with any existing decor you have. Insulated glass compared to regular glass is ideal for doors because of its improved binding capacity and ability to control climate in a cellar.
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