Thursday, December 31, 2015

Wine Crate Interior Design Highlights of 2015

Every year I like to showcase our favorite client wine crate DIY projects right after the holidays. This year for 2015 we had many more projects with wine panels than we did with wine boxes or crates. Nevertheless we were given some truly stunning pictures!

This is the 319 Wine and Cheese shop in Tallahassee FL. The back wall of the shop has nearly 200 original wooden wine crate panels representing dozens of different vineyards from all over the world.

The assortment of panels shown was part Classic style and part Collectors

The special piece shown above was designed for an Italian restaurant in Boston. The wine panels on the base wall are mostly from Napa and Italian vineyards, and were all deeply finished with a natural lacquer. All of these panels were from the Premier line of Collector's panels.

A lovely wine cellar with a base trim wainscot of Collector's panels. A light strip was placed above the base for illumination. This is one of the more innovative designs that I've seen in 2015.


This is a bar table for a wine room which was covered in wine panels and epoxied to create a glass-like finish covering the table-top. All are Collector's style and this is easily one of my all-time favorites.

The picture above is an old world style wine cellar with rope bottle display. The back wall has a random wainscot trim collector's and First Growth backdrop.  This space took over a year to design and is full of vintage character!

We featured this storied wine art piece called "Reminiscence" earlier in the year. It's a montage of original Collector's wine panels mixed with wine corks and memorabilia from the travels of a lovely couple through different wine countries. Even the custom hanging bottle lights were part of the experience.

Lastly we have the very popular industrial-style layered shelving designed by the renowned Etsy seller Urban Farmhouse Group with Medium Collector's Wine Boxes from Winepine. It's a work of art which gets lots of re-pins and likes on our social media sites.

And that sums up the client project highlights for 2015. Hope you have a Happy New Year and we look forward to working with you in 2016!


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