Custom Wine Decor for Hospitality Designers & Owners
Beauty... Quality... Authenticity... Expect them all whether you are looking for exquisitely crafted wine decor furnishings, or the ultimate antique "winery feature" for your hospitality project.
We work closely with designers, architects and owners to help them realize their creative vision. We integrate a highly aesthetic design sensibility with old world artisanship and state of the art design and production technology, to produce custom wood furniture, furnishings and reproduction winery features for restaurants, bars and clubs.
Here's a small sampling of recent wine hospitality projects to give you a sense of the possibilities.
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These 5' diameter wine tank heads are in the bar of the new Fogo de Chao restaurant in Las Vegas.
They were designed, constructed and finished from scratch using re-claimed oak planks and beams, real antique hardware, beautifully carved winery logos, and highly distressed finishing to realize the designer's vision that they had been sawn off the ends of 100+ year old wine tanks.
Per Cliff Maillet, Corporate Architect, Fogo de Chão
"Wine has always been a large part of the Fogo de Chao culture and dining experience. This is by far the most interesting feature that we have created to express this mindset. We want to celebrate the role that wine plays in a fine dining experience at Fogo de Chao. Hence our giant glass enclosed wine room that is visible from the entry, bar and dining room in conjunction with the oversized wine casks in the Bar area.
eWoodArt did a superb job on these, we are all very pleased with their craftsmanship. Its the details that sells the authenticity."
Below left is a similar installation in Fogo's newest Boston restaurant, and below right is another (with smaller 42" heads) in their Chicago restaurant.
This 30-barrel “pyramid stack” is in the Wine Cellar dining room in the elegant new Perry's Steakhouse & Grille in Dallas.
Per Charles Lambert, Design Director, Identity Architects
“Mr. Perry (President & CEO, Perry’s Restaurants) wanted a recessed private dining room that took on the feel of an old Wine Cellar. He wanted a room that was warm and interesting, but also different from anything they have ever had previously. We incorporated stone walls, a vintage door, and mosaic marble ceiling with wood beams. ...we quickly realized that there was not enough space to do a full wall of side stacked barrels. Thankfully, we quickly came across eWoodArt.com ! They had already perfected the concept including the capability to carve the various winery logos onto the barrel heads. Tom was very instrumental in guiding us in the best direction that would support our authentic vision.
When Mr. Perry first saw the completed room, he said “I LOVE IT! The barrels really make this Wine Cellar the room that I had envisioned.” We too are very pleased with the unique outcome. And with 2 more new restaurants on the drawing board, we hope to have the opportunity to work with eWoodArt again!”
These "tasting tables" are in the Bridlewood Estate Winery tasting room. The tops are our standard "tenth barrel" made from the end of a 60 gallon burgandy barrel, mated to our very unique and elegant stave table stand. Both are finished to a fine-furniture grade finish.
John Kochis, General Manager, Bridlewood Estate Winery (a division of E. & J. Gallo)
“Our tasting room staff and visitors love the new Bridlewood barrel head tables. They provide a unique & attractive feel that creates a more intimate tasting experience.”