Biggest Custom Design Yet, Cellar Ordered for Storing Over 5,000 Bottles of Wine

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“The was able to design the perfect cellar to store all my bottles, with room to spare.”

The was recently hired to design a personal cellar for a resident of Vancouver, B.C. and quickly become the largest cellar they have designed to date. The purpose of this design was to showcase the clients assortment of rare French Burgundy’s and Champagne. Valued at over 1 million US dollars, he considers the wine to be a personal investment into his future, “Something as valuable as this deserved the proper storage solution,” said the Vancouver customer, “The was able to design the perfect cellar to store all my bottles, with room to spare.”

The final cellar design provided the client with just over 5,000 spaces for bottle storage using a mixture of instant cellar, lattice racking and cubes covering eight walls and a center island. The residence was located a reasonable distance from the’s Washington state head quarters, so owner Mike Kitson personally oversaw the installation. “Being able to take a project from the first rough sketch down to the last screw, is really what this job is all about,” said Kitson.

The deals with a large number of custom orders on a regular basis and customers get the chance to work closely with an in house CAD designer using state of the art software in order to create a cellar that meets their exact specifications. “Custom is our specialty; it’s our job to take a customer’s idea and help them design a product that not only exceeds their expectations but is something that we can take pride in putting our name on,” said Design Services Manager, Arnold Mullinax. sells quality pre-made and custom built wine racks, cellars and wine accessories since 1995. is A+ rated from the Better Business Bureau. All products are locally crafted in Olympia, WA and are shipped free anywhere in the U.S.A.


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