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Here's a great article on a recent wine cellar that the Baroque team designed & built:

The room was approximately 16 x 19 and had very a large ceiling height. This simply means that the possibilities are endless. In this case we decided to go with a massive vaulted ceiling. The result was stunning, capturing an 18th century wine cave ambiance. This is our client's favorite room in the entire estate.


So you want to know how to build a wine cave?

The first question you need to ask yourself is why are you looking to build a wine cave? While there is rarely a single answer to that question, the answers will, and should be, the primary factors driving the design, functional layout and construction methods for the project. 


 Baroque Design transformed an average looking rec room into a stunning home theater.

The Baroque Design team was tasked with converting an average looking rec room into a classic home theater: mahogany paneling and moulding, starry ceiling, bar with seating for six and eight leather theater seats. The HD video and audio system installed was awesome!

The Baroque Team was asked to convert a closet into a wine cellar in a prestigious Downtown Chicago high rise condo. 

The area we had to work with was an existing foyer closet, 4 foot wide by 2 foot deep by 10 foot high. Our client, Mr Guy Buccifero, wanted the maximum amount of storage. We designed horizontal racking 4 bottles deep in addition to diamond racking, and a lighted display row for magnum bottles. We were able to provide our client with a climate controlled 750 bottle cellar.

Baroque Design

Baroque Design constructs custom wine cellars and home theaters. We service clients throughout Chicagoland and often work alongside other architects, interior designers, builders and general contractors.

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