Wine Library

Oct 13, 2016

Category: Living

When it comes to storage systems, bookshelves are pretty hard to beat. They manage to both stockpile your books while also conveniently exposing all the pertinent information about that book (publisher, author, title). The same basic principles of the bookshelf have been applied to this Wine Library design by Living Edge.

Bottles placed in this storage system made out of laser cut iron corten prominently display their labels and are easy to pick out. No shuffling and turning of bottles needed. You don’t need to have a cellar full of wine to know how helpful this can be when you are searching for that perfect bottle to share with friends over dinner. The library comes in either 8, 16, 18, or 24 bottle units, making it perfect for those just starting out on their collection, or for vets of the wine-buying world. Of course, because no library isn’t finished without a rolling ladder, you can get one added on to your setup for a little bit more, as well as some lights at the bottom to illuminate your collection. Prices are available on request. [Purchase]

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