Utah Wine Cellar

Ogden, Utah
Location
  • Ogden, Utah
  • Structure
  • House (Single Residence)
  • Type
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2015
  • Square Feet
  • 655
  • This project page was created by community member Imbue Design

    We know what you're thinking. Wine cellar, in Utah? Isn't the state predominantly Mormon? Didn't they just reduce the blood/alcohol driving limit to 0.05%? Answers: yes, yes, and yes. Which makes this remodel project all the more valuable to its owners.

    At 2,500 bottle storage capacity, this climate controlled wine cellar becomes a retreat within the home. Clad with mahogany wood paneling, locally fabricated by Fondell Woodwork, the 1,500 bottle storage wall displays the wine in a cantilevered fashion for easy storage, cataloging, and access. It also looks quite wicked [in a non-moral sense].

    Accompanied by a cozy tasting room and kitchenette, the owners can host small gatherings of fellow wine bibbing friends within the cellar for tastings and parties in spite of the state's edict.

    We're just happy to be included on that friend list.

    Cantilevered Wine Bottle Storage Display

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    Cantilevered Wine Bottle Storage Display

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    Tasting Room with Wine Storage Display

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    Tasting Room

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    Tasting Room + Kitchenette

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    Sideboard + Wine Cellar

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    Tasting Room with Wine Storage Display

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    Lounge

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    Tasting Room

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    Tasting Room + Kitchenette

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    Sideboard

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    Tasting Room

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    Sideboard

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    We are a modern design firm, minimalist when we can be. www.imbuedesign.com
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