Wine Cabinet, maple, front view
Wine Cabinet, maple, right door open
Wine Cabinet, maple, left door open
Wine Cabinet, maple, doors open
Wine Cabinet, maple, rack detail
Wine Cabinet, maple, motif detail
Wine Cabinet, maple, leg and front detail
Wine Cabinet, maple, 3/4 view
Wine cabinet, maple, left side leg and door detail
Wine Cabinet, maple, gallery view
Wine Cabinet, cherry, front view

Wine Cabinet

Regular price $5,950.00


This functional, meticulously-crafted wine cabinet features a wine bottle motif Inspired by the art form of stained-glass windows and the flowing curve of a fine bottle of wine. The cabinet holds 10 bottles on the lower racks and additional bottles on the upper shelf. 16 wine glasses will hang from the top racks and miscellaneous accoutrements will find a very nice home in the drawer. May also be custom ordered with shelves for other uses. Contact us with your request. Case of solid maple or cherry hardwood, and exotic hardwoods.

60″ H x 22″ W x 15.5″ D

Ships within 5 days.


Alan Kalker furniture maker
I am drawn to things that are practical and functional yet beautiful to look at.  There is also a need in me, the origin of which I cannot explain, to create.  It provides a satisfaction I cannot attain another way.
My goal is to create hand-crafted furniture that combines simple, elegant, artistic lines with the warmth and durability of wood.  Each piece is built with old-time craftsmanship, heirloom quality and a modern aesthetic.

My work with wood began as an endeavor of necessity.  My wife and I graduated with a lot of school debt and little funds to pay for needed home furnishings.  What started as a need was fun and became a passionate hobby.  I kept pushing my skill level (and still do) because I take pleasure in the craft.  Trained as a podiatrist, I served on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin Hospital for 30+ years in the Department of Surgery.  On retiring I spent a winter at the woodworking program at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine.  That completely changed the game.  It vastly improved my technical skills and expanded my design abilities and possibilities. 
Now it provides a means of giving life to things that are so often a sea of sameness and monotony.  When building commissions for clients my goal is to create something that is an enduring harmony of function and beauty.
Center for Furniture Craftsmanship museum – Juried Alumni show 2021
Madison Art Fair on the Square 2018 – 2021