Building your custom warehouse should be done in the simplest way possible, from concept to design and complete installation, whether in residential or commercial locations. The design process (the phase you are most involved in) should be an experience worth having rather than an annoying and unpleasant one for you.
Learn more about the key points and effective guidelines to follow so you can get started with your design. You can browse Papro Wine Cellars & Consulting for more information on custom built wine cabinets.
Define your elements
Custom wineries should be as unique as each individual is, so you can take the liberty of designing what suits you best. For a wine storage solution that works efficiently and optimally, you must gather all your long-held dreams and ideas and begin the process to make them come true. Here are some of the essentials to consider to get a custom wine cellar design:
Cellar (size, style, space)
The style and size of your wine cellar will depend on the number of bottles you need to store and also on the location. It is very important to determine whether you want to focus on the functional benefits, the beauty of the presentation, or both.
Choose a space that is not in direct sunlight. You don't want to damage your wines due to temperature changes caused by improper wine storage. This is one of the reasons why wine bottles are colored and ideally stored in dark places.
Wine racks (size, style, wood species, and wood finish)
Different wine cellar manufacturers offer different racking solutions. Wine racks come in many different sizes: six feet, seven feet, and eight feet tall. They are typically modular to allow for more customization options such as adding a top-shelf, container extender, cubicle extender, curved corner wine rack, display wine rack, and other cool options.