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I've always dreamed of a wine room in my home but with the lack of space, this dream never seemed attainable. One day while I was staring at my broom closet door, that is when the aha moment happened. Why not turn this broom closet into a wine room? And with this idea I started creating the wine room I've always dreamt of!

Removing the Door

I simply took off the standard interior door of my closet and sent my vacuum and cleaning materials packing (to the basement). Voila, an instant blank canvas!

Once the door was off, and the space was clean it was time to really get started. The walls were just painted gypsum so no prep-work was required.

Adding Texture to the Walls

I then knew I needed to add a wow factor to my closet walls, something that would create depth and texture. I chose an interior feature wall product called Hourwall faux barnWOOD in the WEATHEREDGREY finish. Another product I considered using was AS-IS BRAND Wood Walls reclaimed wood planks. Ultimately, barnWOOD was chosen because of it having an insulative value being made of high-density polyurethane, as well as the 3D effect of the boards since the planks vary in thickness so some stick out from the wall more than others.

Mounting the Wine Racks

What good is a wine closet without wine racking? I installed the wall-mounted wine racks sold on Personally, I went with the VintageView 4-foot Wall Series racks as I didn't want to cover up my faux barnwood wall panels too much. I purchased three of the 4 foot racks and cut one of the racks to make the two vertical rows run from floor to ceiling.

Installing the LED Strip Lighting

This step may not be necessary as your closet may already have a light in it. My closet did not have a light so I purchased LED lighting strips and mounted them on the inside of the door jam, where they were hidden. This gave my closet a back-lit look that lights up the wine bottles.

Replacing the Door

I went on-line to a big box store and found a frameless glass shower door that fit the doorway of my closet. Standard interior doors vary in width, usually somewhere between 28 to 32 inches and are a standard 6' 8" height. I found a hinged shower door on-line for just over $500. Obviously this really ramps up the spend on this project, so if that is too much a less expensive option is to hang an interior glass door.

This renovation project truly changed the look of my hallway and turned a not-very-functional closet into a look of art. I enjoy seeing my wine collection on display and the wood planks I installed on my wall have made this space warm and inviting.

Time To Enjoy!

Products Used:

4-foot Wall Series (12 Bottle)
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The look of a warm, rustic wood wall is so appealing. It makes anyone want to spend more time in a room sipping hot chocolate or cozying up with a blanket. Our team at discovered AS-IS BRAND Wood Wall planks and they have quickly become one of our favorite wall cladding materials. These wood wall planks look amazing, but they are also easy to install. Here is just how easy it is!

This project used AS-IS BRAND Wood Walls WHITE-ISH.
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Step 1:
Since AS-IS BRAND Wood Walls are glued or nailed to the wall, little prep is needed. Just make sure the wall is clear. AS-IS BRAND can be directly placed over gypsum, wallpaper or other flat wall products.

Step 2:
Starting on the bottom row and keeping the boards level, affix the boards from one side to the other. An air nailer works well (1 or 1-1/2" brad nails) or a construction-grade adhesive. Keep in mind varying the board sizes, colors, and textures. You may need to make a cut on the final piece of each row.

Step 3:
Continue in this fashion for every row, until you are less than 5" from the ceiling (or your desired height). Measure the space between your last row and your stop point.

Step 4:
Using a table saw or hand saw, cut the boards lengthwise to the desired size for the final row (remember to allow 1/16" for expansion). Install the final row of boards.

Step 5:
Kick back and enjoy your new wall.