Newport Beach – Ultra Modern Wine Cellar
with Metal and Acrylic Racking
- 1,200 Bottle Capacity
- Elevate Series Wine Rackingg
- Horizontal Bottle Display
- Metal, Acrylic, and Wood Design
- Diamond Bin and Case Storage
Vintage Cellars had the great privilege of designing and installing three separate custom wine room options within each of the model homes offered in this Newport Beach, Orange County Luxury Home Development. This contemporary custom wine cellar is a real show stopper. This very unique design, being utilized more and more in high end contemporary homes, makes the bottles seem to completely float in mid-air. Located directly off the kitchen and breakfast nook, this glass front, modern masterpiece is sure to be at the center of your lifestyle.
This unique ultra-modern wine cellar showcases how diverse you can really be when designing a custom wine storage space. Being presented with a one of a kind space to be converted into a gorgeous wine room is a very special and rewarding challenge that brings the team at Vintage Cellars great joy. This large wine room utilizes the classic with the contemporary – and incorporates some slick grey cabinetry into the lower section of this wine cellar. With a good variety of design features to hold different sizes of bottles and cases, this section both functions great and looks fantastic. This custom wine cellar includes areas for high reveal display rows and horizontal high reveal display with two heights of coved trays, diamond bins, and plenty of room for wine case storage.
Attached to the top of the wooden wine racking are a series of vertical metal rods reaching toward the ceiling. Acrylic cradles attached along each rod sit to support wine bottles in a manner that makes the wine bottles seem to float mid-air. The entrance to this stunning wine room is tucked away in a hallway and back kitchen behind the main dining room and main kitchen area. What a showpiece!
“The entrance to this stunning wine room is tucked away in a hallway and back kitchen behind the main dining room and main kitchen area. What a showpiece!”
— Gene Walder