Wine Cellar Doors
The joy of wine is a favored theme for Erik Wyckoff because the design is often whimsical and romantic. The doors illustrated here are only a sample. Erik is enthusiastic about designing a door just for you. Some clients have also used carved panels as wall-hung artworks, often above a decanting counter.
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A walnut wine door with Bacchus and a coat of arms.
A door inspired by ancient French grottos.
Alpine style wine door with a sheild that is a hidden "speak easy" door. Walnut.
A door inspired by Etruscian caves
The inside of a tasting room door. The "Cottage Window" is a speak easy door that is opened with the flower pot
An Old World style door designed to highlight the view of the cellar.
The flowers in this carving are the same flowers the owners adult daughter pciked as a child (piercced carving on both sides of glass
The wise vineyard man
A custom door in Red Alder
Italian Renaissance style wine door in oak.
The inside panel of the dining room of a wine cellar.
An Alder door inspired by the understated elegance of Provence.
A bavarian style panel
A door inspired by Tuscan family crests
Vineyard love birds
Vines "growing" thru a french style door.
A carved wood copy of Roman Antiquity the owners photographed in Italy
A pair of doors for an African safari lodge
The inside panel of a tasting room door in walnut.
A 5' x 7' walnut gate is the entrance to a tunnel leading to a wine cellar.
This carving accurately depicts the client's wine cellar; however, they do not wear a helmet and sword while selecting a bottle.