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Wine Cabinets are designed to look like furniture, but really they're refrigerators that keep your wine at the perfect temperature. ...
Discover whether or not wine cabinets are right for you in this video, where Meghan Carter of http://www.AsktheDecorator.com visited Wine Cellar Innovations.
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Meghan: Wine cabinets offer a unique storage solution for your wine bottles. They look like fine pieces of furniture, are incredibly quiet and keep your wine at the perfect temperature. And today, I am here at Wine Cellar Innovations to learn all about them.
I am hitting the road, searching for answers, and finding great design. It is a quest of beauty, function and of course inspiration.
Wine cabinets are designed to look like furniture but really, they are refrigerators that keep your wine at the perfect temperature. And while at Wine Cellar Innovations with sales manager Jack Diener I could not believe how attractive wine cabinets could be.
This thing is absolutely beautiful in a sense that this could be in any room even like a bedroom because it looks like a fine piece of furniture.
Jack: It is furniture quality the finish was on it, the crown moldings, the base moldings the hardware on it. It is intended to look like a high class refrigerator.
Meghan: But honestly, the only time a wine cabinet resembles a refrigerator is after you opened up the doors.
Tony: On the inside what you end up with, the doors are very well sealed obviously we are trying to maintain a certain temperature in here it is really as simple as a conventional refrigerator you may find it in a kitchen designed to work for wine storage. This also just like in a large room it is a wine cellar maintains temperature and humidity.
Meghan: So basically, when you get this thing, it just come just like a refrigerator come just all pre-made and packaged into your door.
Tony: It does, it comes as a wide globe service. A furniture mover like a pecan sort of thing will actually arrive at your house. It is in cardboard it is completely assembled as long as they can get it down steps or to where you are looking to put it they roll it in there with a card tape the cardboard off plug it on and plug it in that is it.
Meghan: In addition to being preassembled, wine cabinets are extremely convenient if you plan on moving in the next few years.
Tony: In the event that you do move most of our clientele appear to or seem to move every four, five or six years as they go up the professional ladder. This is something they can take with them whereas a custom wine room its confine in that space its really not meant to be taken out.
Meghan: And while it is convenient to be able to move a wine cabinet the best part about them is how quiet they are.
Tony: In fact this has been running the entire time we have been here.
Meghan: Are you kidding?
Tony: I am not.
Meghan: I cannot even hear anything. I am even next to it. These things are really quiet, not only are they beautiful, not only do they store your wine at the right temperature but they are so quiet.
Meghan: So you say they are quieter than most refrigerators.
Tony: They are.
Meghan: And you are not kidding, this thing is like, I cannot even hear it I can sleep next to this thing.
And I was serious, with wine cabinets you will get it all, they are beautiful and extremely quiet, they keep your wine in the perfect conditions. If you move, you can take it with you, the only down side is that they are restricted in size. But, if your wine collection gets that big, I do not think you will be doing much complaining.
For extra information about where I have been and what I have learned, visit my website www.askthedecorator.com.