The Solitary Sommelier: Selecting a Door for a Private Wine Cellar

The Solitary Sommelier: Selecting a Door for a Private Wine Cellar

Few refuges can rival the luxury of a private wine cellar. Entering a wine cellar can feel like traveling to a different world and choosing a door can be a vital part of designing a room that can last for generations, and protect a treasured collection for just as long.

Considering Your Options

For people who wish to build a personal space for engaging with their passion, privacy and quality are top priorities. When deciding, consider which aspects are most important to you and your collection. Various considerations include longevity, quality control, and personal style.

The Functional Mind

Many who invest in wine as a personal pursuit are more concerned with protecting their investment over displaying it. A solid wood door is a premium choice, offering the strength and rustic look of unbroken wood. Solid wood is resistant to warping and shrinking, and can be enhanced by selecting a thick clear finish that protects it from contamination and mold.

The Discerning Eye

A high-quality solid wood door can be beautiful alone but other enhancements can perfect it. Part of enjoying a private space is making it harmonious and inviting. A matching door jamb constructed at the same time as the door can ensure a smoothly operating door that naturally meshes with the room. Frosted windows can bring in diffuse natural light without the exposure of clear glass; this may appeal to the private aesthete who appreciates clean lines and brighter lighting.

Making a Decision

A wine cellar can be a place of quiet contemplation and selecting a door can be a process full of introspection and self-discovery. From pastoral and rustic to clean and modern, there are a many options to satisfy the needs of any homeowner.

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Bio: ETO Doors is a custom door manufacturer located in New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas with a wide selection of doors available for custom order or purchase online. ETO Doors feature a variety of features including solid wood and hand-carvings. Visit the ETO Doors website to browse their selection and read ETO Doors reviews.

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Installing Double Entry Door for Your Home

Installing Double Entry Door for Your HomeDouble doors have long been a symbol of luxury and spaciousness when it comes to a household. When you visit a home with a set of double entry doors, you’ll notice that it’s a compliment to the entire visual appearance. That being said, if you are considering installing some double doors for your entryway, here is a guide on what you should know prior to tackling on this project.

Installation

For the most part, double doors install in the same fashion as single unit doors do. Most of them arrive in a prehung frame that’s all ready and assembled. Within the frame there should be the appropriate hardware and pieces that are needed to fit it into the door opening. These prehung entry doors are an all-in-one deal that allow you to skip all of the hard work.

From this point on, you’re going to need to take care of the shimming, leveling, and fastening the entire unit to form it as a whole. Because these doors are massive in size, don’t be intimidated. They can more or less be installed within an hour once it has been fully prepared. Be sure that you get an extra set of hands to help on the job to minimize the risk of injury and to maximize efficiency.

Summing it Up

Prehung entry doors add a different type of feel to your home. A luxurious symbol, as well as a decorative feature, your home will look glamorous and will surely impress your guests.

Bio: ETO Doors was founded in 2002 on the principles of maintaining a vast stock of high end custom doors at the lowest possible prices in the market. If you are in need of some new exterior double door for your home, contact one of their representatives today.

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3 NEW DOOR LINES TO CONSIDER

Article written and submitted by ETO Doors.

Construction will always have the classic doors: flush doors, three panels, one-lites, but every so often, manufacturers release new lines to keep up with the changing designs within architecture and interior design. Here are three companies shaking things up in the door market this year:

1. SIMPSON DOORS – THE ARTIST COLLECTION. Simpson has entered the modern door business with their new collection revealed only a few months ago. The line is complete with solid and lite (window) doors which come in a variety of sizes. The line was designed by James L. Cutler, founding partner of Cutler Anderson Architects will be offered by Simpson for a limited time. As with most wood doors, the customer will finish and stain the doors to their liking, but should follow Simpson or hire a trusted carpenter to complete your doors.

2. PLASTPRO STEEL DOORS- Plastpro has introduced a line of steel doors that come complete with a five-year warranty. Each of the doors within the Plastpro line comes with an automatic 20 minute fire rating, as well as having Energy Star rating, thus qualifying for the U.S. government tax credit program. The doors come with the signature Plastpro composite BTHP frame. And while not new, Plastpro continues to be a leader in the fiberglass door manufacturing.

3. THERMA-TRU DOORS – Canvas Collection in 6’8 and 8’0 sizes. The Canvas Collection was made to replicate the look and sound of wood doors. The Canvas Collection was named by Consumer Digest a Best Buy for fiberglass entry doors, and the increased size availability only increases the usability of this door. In addition, the Canvas Collection is Energy Star rated and likely qualifies for the U.S. government tax credit options for door and window replacement.

When selecting a door remember to pick a material that will work with your climate. Most doors require a covering or awning and shouldn’t be exposed to direct sunlight. Each manufacturer will have specific instructions on the care and cleaning of the doors, so be sure to consult the instructions found with your door for future reference. For more doors, hardware, and other door accessories, go to www.etodoors.com.


Eto Doors offers interior and exterior home doors, commercial doors, garage doors and more. Also visit ETO Doors Twitter page.

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