WineWednesday: Adding VintageView Wine Racks To Your Cellar

A mix of traditional wood racks and sleek, modern VintageView wine racks can make for a cellar that will not only stand the test of time but make for a great conversation piece.


Above is a cellar that we worked on with Pure White Design out of Ontario, Canada. The black stain on wooden wine racks together with the VintageView wall mounted racks in satin black creates a gorgeous, industrial style look.

The combination created a cellar that Pure White Design is proud to show off.

Your company was excellent to work with and we were so pleased with the product! It looks great in the model home! They get many compliments on them.

We for sure would like to do more business in the future.

We certainly echo those sentiments when it comes to working with Pure White Designs and we highly recommend them for any of our Canadian customers looking for an interior designer in the Ontario area.

IMG_1140 As you can see, the VintageView racks work fantastically if you’re looking to remodel your wine cellar and want to implement more than just traditional wood wine racks. The VintageView wine racks mix well  whether you desire a wall that is half wood and half metal racks or you just want to add one row of metal racks to either side to really make the space pop.

VintageView wine racks also stand alone by themselves beautifully if you’d prefer a cellar consisting only of metal storage.

The four standard finish options for the VintageView racks give you an array of color options to choose from and the racks themselves can be mounted directly to the wall.

There is also an option to use the VintageView floor to ceiling frame if you don’t want to drill into the wall or if you’d like them to be a stand alone piece that rests against the wall. The floor to ceiling frame can also be used to mount VintageView wine racks on both sides if you’re looking to have a free standing rack in the middle of your room or perhaps on top of a bar in a commercial capacity. RickCalvert1

If you like what you see but are still unsure of what will work in your space though then you can always request a custom wine cellar design. This design is free of charge whether your space is retail store like these or a small closet. You can also e-mail us at

We can provide everything from the wine racks to the cellar door, lighting, cooling unit and more. So, let us be your one stop shop for all your wine cellar needs.

Wine Wednesday: Building a Wine Cellar With Wood and Metal Wine Racks

At, we pride ourselves in designing and building quality wine racks that our clients will be proud to display for a lifetime. All of our wood wine racks are expertly manufactured right here in the United States of America so we can follow your racking from the design stage to milling all the way through shipping and even install.

This care to detail in both the design and production stages lent itself well to a job we did recently for a Mr. Wurz. Mr. Wurz contacted us through our online questionnaire and needed some assistance in determining what would work best for his space. We know many home owners who want to put in a wine cellar aren’t sure where to start and there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, that’s what we’re here for!

Our sales director Mark Karpinski assisted Mr. Wurz with a free consultation and design. Together they decided to include a mixture of both our custom, mahogany wood racks and the VintageView wall mounted wine racks.

The end result is the cellar you see above and the satisfied testimonial below.

We had a small, odd-shaped, unfinished room in our basement and we didn’t know what to do with it. After some thinking, my wife and I decided to turn it into a wine cellar. A friend of mine who works closely with builders in the area suggested I sent Mark Karpinski the dimensions of the room and together, we came up with a wine rack design for the room. Mark was patient with me as I reviewed several designs and made changes. We eventually came up with a design that fit the room and looked great.

I had never done a project like this before so I had a lot to learn. As always, the project took longer than I thought it would but it was a side project I did when I had time. I am very happy with the results and want to thank Mark and for their help in the successful completion of this project.

Remember, if you like what you see but are unsure of what will work in your space then you can always request a custom design. This design is free of charge whether your space is a small wine closet or a massive retail store.

Also, if you’ve purchased a rack or installed a custom cellar from us and would like to be featured in our blog then don’t hesitate to e-mail me at