Nothing says “you’ve made it” quite as loudly as having your very own wine cellar. A personal wine cellar is a marker of sophistication and class, signifying a person who has a taste for the finer things that life has to offer. So it’s no wonder that many people have it on top of their bucket list!
If you’re one of those lucky people who worked hard and chased their dreams to be able to invest in one, there are many design factors you’ll need to consider while building it; one of the most important ones being the door itself.
This is for a multitude of reasons. For one, what you’re going to be gazing longingly at as you walk down the corridor on your way to uncork that Bodegas Roda Cirsion will be the door. And it should look as confident as your stride. Your wine cellar door is more than just an introduction to what’s inside, it serves as the entire story of how you got to this point.
Another important aspect to consider is that your choice of door contributes to the overall cellar health by maintaining an optimal climate. So whether you’re getting a ready-made door, or a custom-fit one, these options are our top suggestions.
Queensway Wine Cellar—Single Flat
There is a common misconception that wine cellar doors have to look a certain way, and that there is no room for variation. The truth is, you can mix and match several different materials, designs, patterns, and colors to create entirely new door experiences.
One such door is our Queensway wine cellar single flat door. The door is made of iron, since it’s all the rage these days with the elegant and antique look it gives off.
This door also gives you the perfect opening to your wine cellar, with a vintage criss-cross pattern.
June Wine Cellar—Single Full Arch
Everyone knows that you have to pair the right wine with your food, but what about pairing the right door with your cellar—based on the kind of wine you plan on stocking in it?
It may sound silly, but if you’re looking for door inspiration for your wine cellar, that’s a good place to start. Think about your favorite wine and how you plan on designing the interior of the cellar. The ideal door should connect the two perfectly.
Our June wine cellar single full arch door is perfect for an old-timey theme—especially if you plan on storing your favorite fortified wines, vintage champagne or old red wines there.
Find out more details about this modern wine cellar door here.
San Francisco Wine Cellar Door—Single Full Arch
One important factor that people often forget to keep in mind when looking for a custom wine cellar door is the fact that the design needs to match the rest of the home’s design.
If your house has a vintage theme, with classy, dark colors, this wine cellar door will be ideal for you. With its arch shape and geometric patterns, it will perfectly complement your furniture and interior design.
At Pinky’s Iron Doors, we've got a wide collection of premium-quality doors to choose from, including thermally broken doors, wrought iron doors, steel doors, and more. Get in touch with us today and make a selection before stocks run out!