Custom Wine Cellars Orange County Wine Geek Part Three – A  Processed Video Transcription

Home Wine Cellars Orange County Wine Geek Part Three

Completing the Home Wine Cellar Orange County Project

Tim:  So it’s starting to look like a finished home wine cellar here.

Leslie:  It’s starting to look like a finished room but we suffered a few setbacks here.  This is when the paint went up.  I got so excited I took pictures of it before it even dried.  I was just so excited.

Tim:  Is that plain or is it textures in some way?

Leslie:  That’s one solid color.

Jerry:  So, Leslie, you just textured the dry wall and then paint it.   Correct?

Leslie:  Everything is flat.  Flat, flat, flat.

Constructing Custom Wine Cellars Orange County California

Constructing Custom Wine Cellars Orange County California

Tim:  It’s shiny here.  It almost looks like there’s a gloss…

Leslie:  Because it’s wet.   I think the next day I actually even posted something like, if you guys love watching paint dry.  Here you are going to see a better representation of the room with the actual paint and then the door being removed, and that’s actually when the racking showed up.

Tim:  Your wall is starting to be merged in there.

Leslie:  That’s my contractor.  It’s like Christmas in my garage.  We opened up all the packaging and he just decided for fun we’d open one random box and put it together.  There are actually multiple pages to this.  If you look at the top, you will see it says page 103.  If you head to the next page, I believe you will see one of the champagne racks.  I was so impressed with the fact that I had photos of all the different walls and everything had instructions and there was this one pager which says this package fits on this part of the wall and we were able to take those labels and put them on the racking themselves.  It was very easy to figure out where everything went.

Tim:  So what are we looking at now?

Custom Wine Cellar Door

Custom Wine Cellar Door Installed

Custom Wine Cellar Door Installed

Leslie:  That’s just basically the door that was installed, the custom wine cellar door hardware, and the AC that was installed that day.  So that’s my nice looking wine cellar door.

Tim:  So that’s the entrance to the custom wine cellars Orange County and we’re looking out from the cellar now?

Leslie:  Yes and if you look at the glare that’s a dorky little kid there.  I am actually in the home wine cellar taking that photo looking out.

Tim:  That would be the cooling unit going in?

Leslie:  What was really funny about this, I remembered it being silver and I said to my contractor, “I don’t remember it being black.”  He goes, “I spray painted it because it was silver and I thought it would look ugly in your custom wine cellars Orange County.”  I go, “Dude, there’s a cover for it.”

Wine Cellar Lighting

Tim:  And that would be track wine cellar lighting that would ultimately highlight different areas of the cellar.

Wine Cellar Lighting - Track Lights

Wine Cellar Lighting – Track Lights

Leslie:  I use that so much more than recessed lighting.  I’m glad that I have recessed wine cellar lighting, it’s important.  But I barely turn them on.  I almost all the time use track lighting because they are so great in highlighting specific areas of the cellar.