Are you a wine enthusiast? Do you wish you had a space to properly store your wine for many years to come (as it should be)?
If you have a basement in your house, your wish can become true.
Most of us use our basement to store stuff, from old clothes and furniture to sports memorabilia and other collections; so why not use it to store your precious wine? Not to mention that this will also boost the value of your property.
So how do you get started?
The first and most important step is to do your research and have a plan. Look at your options, take into consideration your wants and needs as well as space and budget.
The next most important aspect to take into consideration what is your budget for the project. A project such as this can cost anywhere from $50,000.00 and up depending on the conditions and size of the room as well as the design ideas you might have. Make a realistic analysis at this point, to avoid major issues during the process.
It is also very important to consult an expert. This project might require upgrade of floors, walls, insulation and humidity systems. It is very important that the room be built and planned properly to ensure the quality of the wine is maintained. You also will need to talk about your storage needs.
Here, the team at Trinity Builders & Design, Inc. transformed a basement into a beautiful rustic wine cellar by adding distressed wood to the walls, staining the concrete floor and adding a custom table.