Wine cellar and kitchen are perfectly paired
Written by: Joan Pearlstein Dunn
For centuries, a wine cellar was a dark and windowless space, discreetly tucked away in the wealthy homeowner’s estate. Only servants, or the owner himself, would enter the private hideaway to rummage through dusty bottles and deliver the perfect pairing for dinner. Also indicative of that time period, kitchens were typically sealed off from the rest of the home, in part, to confine the smells from cooking.
Resources: Contractor: Seth Knorr Remodeling; Kitchen designer: Notion, LLC; Lighting: Corbett Vertigo; Flooring and backsplash: Ceramiche Tile & Stone; Cabinetry: East Suburban Interiors; Countertops: Caesarstone, Ultimate Granite; Sink: Houser; Faucet: Delta; Appliances: Bosch dishwasher; Wolf cooktop; Sub-Zero refrigerator; Dacor oven, Best range hood, Don’s Appliances
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