How to Create Wine Cellar Plan

Learn a step-by-step guide to make wine cellar plan with Edraw. Enjoy an easy way for making floor plan by dragging and dropping existing shapes.

You don't need expensive, complicated software to draw simple wine cellar plans. Edraw helps you finish in a few minutes. The instructions below teaches you how to make a wine cellar plan.

Step 1: Open a Drawing Page

Start Edraw, double click Floor Plan icon to open a new drawing page.

Choose Template

Step 2: Open Needed Libraries

On the left of the canvas, some libraries are already open. Open more libraries you might use. Click the Library button, from the drop-down list, choose Floor Plan, and in the sub list, open Sofas, Tables and Chairs, Dining Room (Elevation), and more.

Open Library

Step 3: Draw a Room Structure

Drag and drop room structure from the Wall, Shell and Structure Library. You can either choose the rectangle structure or the irregular structure. To change the dimensions, you can click on a wall and slide it to its desired length, or click on the dimension and type in a measurement.

Draw Room Structure

Step 4: Add Windows and Doors

From the Wall, Shell and Structure library, drag and drop doors and windows. You don't need to create openings in walls for your windows and doors. When you drag a door or window and place on the wall, it will be automatically glued to the wall. As the picture shows below:

Add Window and Door

Step 5: Add More Elements

Continue to add cabinets, tables and chairs, barrals, wine racks, and more desired shapes. These shapes can be resized, rotated and recolored.

Add More Elements

Step 6: Export and Save

The software support a variety of formats, including PDF, EPS, PNG, SVG, Html, Visio, and more. Save your drawing to a desired format and share with others.


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