Wine panels are the branded sides of original wine crates with the artwork of the vineyard that made them. Once removed they become like tiles which can be used to decorate walls, floors, ceilings and tabletops.
The most popular wine panel decoration are for walls. The pictures below display wine cellars, wine rooms, bars, dining rooms, kitchen nooks and wainscots with wine panels adorning them all.
The above picture is a unique breakfast nook. There's about 30 panels on the wall and around 10 built into the table - Casaejardim
This is a kitchen wainscot made exclusively from very exclusive Bordeaux vineyards such as Petrus, DRC, Cheval Blanc and First Growth.
Although it looks like a wall it's really a barn door which was kept in a modern home and remodeled. It's got a mixture of wine panels and reclaimed wood finished with lacquer
Ritz Carlton in Dallas did a major remodel of one of their penthouses several years ago. This is a picture of the wine room. Several hundred were needed to cover the walls, and it was done in what looks to be a random pattern but the project was brilliantly planned for.
This is a tall wine panel wall in a wine bar. The entire piece was finished in a honey lacquer. Gorgeous.
Time Out Chicago did a piece on a famous Italian restaurant in Chicago called Davanti Enoteca. This is the wine panel wall in one of their bar rooms. It's theme is a mix of New and Old world vineyards arranged to create a 3D effect.
The above is a modern living room with a 100 square foot wine panel wall. It's got a nice mixture of French, Italian and Napa panels.
Here's another kitchen nook that was featured in Better Homes and Gardens. It's a nice area for wine, and there's about 20 panels in the center wall and 10 on the trim above.
Wainscot wine panel wall for a private bar. Very elegant.
My personal favorite is this one. It's a downstairs kitchen/dining area with the staircase wall covered in about 50 New World wine panels. There's a nice mix of Napa Valley, Spanish and Australian vineyards on the wall.
If your looking to do your own wine panel wall get in touch! We can help you determine how many panels you'll need. We can also assist in choosing the specifics. If your looking for French, Spanish, Italian or Napa Valley panels we can accommodate to a degree based on current stock. Feel free to give me a call or email and we can talk.