STACT Modular Wine Wall

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Finding the perfect wine rack, at the perfect price, used to be a daunting task . Not anymore though. Showcase your prominent collection of wine right on the walls of your room with the STACT Modular Wine Wall.

Setting a new standard in the world of wine storage, STACT was created by Vancouver based wine lover Jamie Kasza in collaboration with award winning San Francisco based designer Eric Pfeiffer. The two set out to create a completely modular wine storage system that’s functional, but without sacrificing the design aesthetics. The two chose nothing but the highest quality components to construct STACT, from the aircraft-grade anodized aluminum to the premium wood veneer finishes, this simple yet elegant wine rack is built to last. The greatest aspect to the STACT is its modular design, making it infinitely expandable to fit any space, from commercial applications to personal residences. Transform your wine collection into a work of art. [Purchase]

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