February 20, 2009, Newsletter Issue #161: Use Off-The-Shelf Materials In Wine Cellar Design

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Before finalizing your wine cellar plans, ask your architect or project supervisor about using off-the-shelf materials in the construction process.
Using off-the-shelf materials can help you save considerably on the cost of building your wine cellar. These materials can include sheetrock, lighting elements, wine cellar doors or windows, wine racks or wine storage bins.
You can still customize your wine cellar by mixing those materials with custom elements, such as art, antique furnishings and handcrafted fixtures. This is one way to have a one-of-a-kind wine cellar without driving up the cost.

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