Custom Wine Cellars Honolulu Hawaii Dannette – Processed Video Transcription
Hi, I’m Jerry Wilson, the founder of Coastal Custom Wine Cellars Honolulu Hawaii. I’m going to take you on a short audio and video tour of a wine cellar that we installed a little over a year ago.
But I get so many comments and so many remarks as the photographs of this wine cellar is part of the photo gallery on our website, that I thought we’d have a little bit more fun with it. It was easy for me to work with these folks even though they’re in Hawaii and I’m in Southern California.
I’ve been in the industry for 12 years, prior to that I was a homebuilder, so I’m very accustomed to working with architects, interior designers, general contractors, and such. It really was quite easy for us to install a beautiful wine room.
I’m going to take you to these drawings really quick. When we prepare a three dimensional wine cellar design Honolulu Hawaii package for a client, they’ll have multiple pages: overhead views, elevations of each wall, and finally the 3D view so you get a great idea of how everything ties together.
The total bottle capacity on this cellar was 2,446 bottles. It was a large rectangular shaped room. Here’s the entry and just outside the entry is a very large, very elegant dining area. This was a focal point of this house. This is not just basic storage.
We’ll take a look at all the elevations. These are the walls just to the left and just to the right of the entry. On each side, there are quarter round display shelves, which are great for standing the magnum up vertically, placing decanters or decorative items. It’s kind of the first thing that catches your eye as you open the wine cellar doors.
The wine cellar doors were created custom for her, dual paned full glass doors with wrought iron detail of a grapevine motif. We’ll have some pictures of these wine cellar doors for you shortly as well.
These are curved corners. Our curved corners are true radius in nature. There’s no angle or segmented effect to any aspect of it including the spacer bars.
Elevation C makes a transition on the short side walls to the back wall, and we do so again with another curved corner that’s a little bit shorter and I’ll explain why in just a moment. Here’s the back wall. A little bit of a challenge was working around a family heirloom or an antique that she had, which was a cabinet and a sink area, so we built the wine racks around this.
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