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    Wall Wine Rack Cabinet (SE-3615WR)


    $415.2/ Piece


    36"W * 15"H * 12"D


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      Product Model SE-3615WR
      Behind the elevator, Grehl and team designed a new wardrobe structure to house typical grab-and-go items, like strollers, coats, shoes and umbrellas. Grehl took cues from the couple’s dark, cosmopolitan aesthetic and referenced metal details from the previous renovation. Furniture maker Brad Hornbake of A.B. Hornbake fabricated the unit from stained walnut and blackened cold-rolled steel. “The blackening agent creates a reactive process that changes the color without hiding the character of the steel surface the way paint or lacquer would,” says Grehl, who designed the hardware and had it fabricated.Inset tempered-glass door fronts with a tight, textured combed pattern obscure what’s inside the unit and add a sense lightness.Grehl measured the family’s clothes, shoes, strollers, toys and guitars to ensure that everything would fit perfectly. The project wasn’t without its challenges, though. “Due to the change in heights in the ceiling and age of the building, many of the corners were not ideal 90-degree angles,” she says. “We had to make sure every dimension was exact, and actually cut down the structures on site to ensure they fit all the angles.”Glass: tempered European Clear Corduroy, Bendheim The bench serves as seating for both adults and kids. “Audrey and Emme can easily sit themselves on the bench while they take off their shoes, or hang out,” Grehl says. Storage drawers beneath the bench hold additional shoes. The bench also covers a radiator, and it’s open at the bottom to allow heat to flow into the room. Above, an audio speaker was built into the top left side of the cabinetry.The Krupas had the walls painted in a two-tone, rag-rolled finish in 2010 by decorative painter Haleh Atabeigi. Rug: Homeowners’ collection