By Maleah Robledo. Wine Cellar Door. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 00:05:24 AM.
Doors that Mirror your Personal Taste and Accomplishments. Wine cellar doors are essentially stylish exterior doors. It mirrors your disposition and lifestyle so you must customize it according to your taste. Carve your family crest on the wood or etch your initials on glass and have them framed in similarly designed wrought iron. You can distress the wood further to give it the weathered look of an old style European wine cellar door. Match your French door with elegant sidelights and transoms. A good stain and finish will heighten your door's aesthetic qualities. The possibilities are limitless but the point is it should mirror you.
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.
A wine cellar door comes in many different styles, colors and sizes that would fit your wine room and needs. There a lot of varieties you can choose from the market, from a wood door that would give your home a European feel or go for a clean and contemporary look using those glass doors or be creative enough and create your customize cellar door if you feel like giving your home the feel of antiquity.
When using glass, keep in mind to use multi-paned glass, or insulated glass, to take advantage of its anti-condensation properties. Insulated glass prevents condensation by utilizing a gas-filled layer in between the panes. This sealed-in gas prevents the cold inner glass from making contact with the normally warm outer air, which causes condensation. Furthermore, multi-paned glass allows you to make use of stained glass which is basically just a single pane glass. The empty layers give you more space for the type of designs you want on your custom wine cellar door.
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