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Thought I would post a few photos of my newly completed wine room. I have a large she'd so built a stand alone room inside. Total size is 3.6 X 3.6m and it is divided into a lab/work area and a smaller barrel room/storage area. There is an A/C in the barrel room to keep the temperature down in summer when the outside temperature can get up into high 30s low 40s some days.
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Thought I would post a few photos of my newly completed wine room. I have a large she'd so built a stand alone room inside. Total size is 3.6 X 3.6m and it is divided into a lab/work area and a smaller barrel room/storage area. There is an A/C in the barrel room to keep the temperature down in summer when the outside temperature can get up into high 30s low 40s some days.
The only thing left to add is a wine rack.View attachment 69329 View attachment 69330 View attachment 69331 View attachment 69332 View attachment 69333 View attachment 69334 View attachment 69335
Noice!
 
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Love the lab gear setup. Between the sink w/ floor drain, finished walls, floor, hard ceiling, doors, trim etc——you would never know in a million years that it’s all within a freakin shed! Looks fantastic. Well done.

For lab ware I picked up a baby bottle drying rack off Amazon actually and it’s been perfect.Just throwing out the suggestion in case ya needed a drying rack.
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that sink is BOSS
I definitely overcompensated after working like an a**hole for years in a setups that lacked even running water. Feared it was overkill at first, but in the end was def not. @GeoffMcG can probably attest, giving yourself a proper work space is damn satisfying, and you end up utilizing every inch you’ve got. I’m sure he his loving that double bay sink, counter space, and just having a comfortable good looking wine area—-Able to ‘work like a gentleman’ as my grandfather used to say.
Would love to one day build a separate temp controlled storage area like @GeoffMcG did. Even got that fancy pocket door! This thread got me brainstorming over here!
 

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Love the lab gear setup. Between the sink w/ floor drain, finished walls, floor, hard ceiling, doors, trim etc——you would never know in a million years that it’s all within a freakin shed! Looks fantastic. Well done.

For lab ware I picked up a baby bottle drying rack off Amazon actually and it’s been perfect.Just throwing out the suggestion in case ya needed a drying rack.
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that drying rack was just what i was needing for odd's and ends thanks
Dawg
 
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