Beautifully Crafted Wine Cellar
Down the hall from the family room and game area is an intriguing door with a small window covered with wrought-iron latticework. Inside, in a space roughly the size of a walk-in closet, is a beautifully crafted wine cellar lined with cubbyholes for wine bottles. A built in table for two offers the perfect spot to sit and sip.
Craftsman Tom Kline, who made the impressive kitchen island upstairs, created the wine cellar's cubbies with more than 35 sheets of plywood. The cubbies are modeled on similar ones that the architect, Al Platt, has in his office for holding wood samples and other materials.
\"It's very unique,\" says designer Linda Woodrum. \"And a good way to turn a small space into a useful one.\"