Floor to Ceiling Frames allow Vintage View racks to be placed anywhere in a room including glass surfaces. The FCF is also perfect for protecting wall surfaces too valuable or too delicate for mounting hardware. For ceilings over 10 feet tall we can custom fabricate the FCFs to meet any size requirements you may have. Call us at 1-800-710-9939.
Each set contains two 5' sections for ceilings up to 10' high. The frame holds standard Vintage View Wall Series racks for you custom wine display. Please Note: As of January 2012, the depth has changed from 1/2" thick to 1 1/2" thick.
The Foor to Ceiling Frames are ideal for displaying bottles behind a glass wall, in the center of a room, or when wall mounting is not desired. This gives the bottles an appearance of being "suspended in air". Racks in the WS3 Series, WS4 Series and the Wall Mounted Presentation Rack can be used with the FCF to create unique and interesting designs.
Against a Glass Cellar Wall
One bottle deep racks are used against the glass to display a bottle in the window. Three bottle deep racks are typically used on the cellar side to maximize bottle capacity. A Presentation Rack may be used if desired. The mounting feet on the WS-PR line up with the FCF for easy installation.
Against an Uneven/ Rough Wall Surface
The FCF is used to hold bottles against a rough or uneven wall surface such as stone or uneven concrete. It is also appropriate for potentially crumbling surfaces such as old plaster. In this configuration, WS Series racks are mounted on one side of the FCF. The FCF backer is used to support the side of the frame.
Against a Radius Wall
The FCF is perfect for mounting racks on a radius wall or curved cabinet. This installation may be one sided if against a curved wall (such as under a spiral staircase), or two sided if against a curved glass wall.
In the Center of a Cellar
One, two, and three bottle deep racks on both sides of an FCF. Racks can be in any combination of depths - for exmple, two deep on one side and three deep on the other, one deep on one side and two deep on the other.