At Leessa, we specialise in creating bespoke wine rooms that are designed to make the most efficient use of space, with seamless integration into the existing environment.
Our unique wine cellar racks and pegs help to minimise space wastage and provide an ergonomic way to store your wine collection. The brass inserts for storing the wooden wine crates help to preserve the joinery from accidental damage and give the wine room a more authentic look. We only use high quality sustainably sourced materials and hardware, such as “Blum” and “Salice” undermount soft close runners and hinges, and “Buster & Punch” handles and knobs.
Our wine rooms are suitable for medium to large collections and can be customised to suit your specific needs. If you are looking for a bespoke wine cellar that is designed to maximise space efficiency, reliably preserve your collection while introducing a masterful piece of craftsmanship into your household, Leessa is the perfect choice.
At Leessa, we understand that every wine collection is unique and deserves a custom wine room that is equally as special. That’s why we offer a bespoke design service for our clients. We work in collaboration with a great design firm called Spiral Cellars who helps us to create our custom wine rooms and wine walls.
Whether you are looking to update an existing wine room or create a new space from scratch, our team of experts will work with you to create customised wine cellars in London that are tailored to your individual needs. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our ability to create beautiful, functional designs that will stand the test of time.
Wine rooms can vary in size from small, intimate spaces that can hold a few hundred bottles, to large, lavish wine rooms and wine cellars that can accommodate over 10,000 bottles. Based on the allocated space, available facilities, size of your collection and preferred design, we at Leessa will guide you through the whole process to realise the full potential of your wine room project and to achieve the best combination of efficiency, functionality, reliability and presentability.
Some of the most important aspects to take into account when planning a home wine room or cellar project:
- Availability of required utilities, such as water, electricity and ventilation
- Accessibility – whether you want to put your wine collection on display or keep it in secure basement
- Lighting – it is very important first of all from the aesthetic side of the project, however, very strict requirements for wine room also should be taken into account
- Size of your collection
Type of wine you are planning to store
- Purpose of the wine room – whether ageing or just a display
A wine wall is a stylish and functional solution for storing wine in a limited space. Bespoke wine walls are designed to fit your specific space and can accommodate a small to medium wine collection from around 50 to 500 bottles and can be as little as one metre in length.
The cooling unit is usually integrated into the wine wall into the bulkhead above, and the temperature is controlled by a thermostat. This allows you to maintain the ideal storage conditions for your wine collection.
The custom wine wall fronts are usually made of glass, so that the bottles are displayed behind glass doors. The main feature of a wine wall is its ability to store a large number of bottles in a small space and impress your guests with its appearance. The custom wine walls can be a great feature of the main room in the house.
Knowing how to effectively store wine is essential to preserving flavour, quality and ultimately the individual character of each bottle; ensuring perfect conditions not only extend the shelf life of the precious liquid but also allow it to develop as preferred.
Maintaining the correct environment is a must in order to keep items in peak condition, so when creating a space built for custom wine cellars, temperature and humidity must be taken into consideration. Generally, 12° Celsius and 65-70% humidity are considered optimal conditions for storing wine long-term. Luckily for today’s connoisseur, several methods of properly storing bottles are available: from traditional London wine cellars at private residences and custom cabinets to stand-alone custom wine rooms and wine walls in restaurants! Thankfully, our team specialises in helping create many types of wine storage with close cooperation with climate control engineers and consultants; we ensure that whatever structures are formed meet both your personal taste preferences as well as standards for successful wine storage.
At Leessa, we understand that wine rooms are an important element of ensuring the best quality wine experience. That’s why we take careful consideration when selecting wine room climate control systems that not only provide optimal cooling and humidity levels for wine storage but also blend in with the surrounding architecture to remain unseen. We pride ourselves on providing customised wine cellars for each wine storage as well as meeting any noise or vibration requirements so wine connoisseurs experience a harmonious and pleasant environment.