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Kass & Associates
Private Residence on the Delaware River
wine door + tan color hse
3. Rich red doors. More sophisticated than the red of barns and deeper than the bright, clear red of church doors, this red is more akin to a fine wine. Look for a red paint with a hint of purple, like the rich burgundy shown here.Deep red paint picks for doors
“Front steps” — cmahoney
grand dining room and wine cellar.
This wine cellar is gorgeous. So many little details come together to make it look as though it's a scene from
like the dinning with the wine cellar
A really warm and inviting cellar. The table dressing is way past OTT (for me) but the wine storage is lovely.
Wait! Did you say your guest is a connoisseur of fine wines? I know just the place for a candlelit dinner.
“Rustic table” — dolsondonnaolson
Current Concepts Home Automation
2 Reviews
Michael M. Residence
Ladder in wine cellar
a library of fine wine.
Look at all the wines
Love the wine cellar!
Love the wine cellar
library look for wine storage
ladder for the wine room
Wine Cellar...Wine racks...wine storage...Wine cellar...hello wine cellar!...Wine celler...Wine wall...Large wine cellar...wine house...Rustic wine racks...Great wine cellar...Wine cellar wow...Wine Room
“let drink that is great cabinet” — Suzan Chlebus
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Nice wood panelling, if only we all had a particular space to enjoy a fine wine
wine storage and room in the basement
A nook where the wine cellar enhances the design
nook off the wine cellar is primarily used as a cozy place for wine tastings. "I wanted to continue Gothic touches through to the pool house but explore how I could modernize it. I wanted touches of it mixed with the cleaner lines."
This cozy nook sits right outside a chilled wine cellar inside
finished after installation. The nook was designed in a warm, bright pink to contrast with the icy blue wine cellar. "We wanted it to be a cozy area to sit down and enjoy a bottle of wine, since the wine cellar is cooled," says Ashleigh Farrar, an Interior Design Assistant with Beckwith Interiors. Wall art:
“wall art” — divamom8
Nash Baker Architects
Chelsea House
The space under the stairs has been turned into a unique storage unit to hold the couple’s collection of fine wines. Made from oak veneer in a pleasing cross design, it is LED backlit to make it a real feature.
Under stair wine storage
“Good use of staircase storage space” — NBJ London Ltd
CIH Design
7 Reviews
Modern Condo
1. The leather sofa. When buying a leather sofa, you cannot beat the real thing. An investment piece, it will maintain its value and like fine wine, gets better with age. In the winter months, pair it with a fur throw to add a touch of luxury and play on texture.
“color block” — yorkart
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Colonial The Dining Room is a unique, one-of-a-kind space, allowing for both extended exterior views and uncompromised intimacy. This is achieved with a Wine Cellar directly below the Dining Room, crafted from old world brick and modern glass cabinets that project upward through a glass floor connecting to
Fun evening with good conversation, dinner with fine wine.
Show room ready for that Wine Room Dining.
“2 storey dining height of ceiling” — tanyaadamo
Traditional Kitchen
where did you find your wine rack and stemware cabinet?
we are working on a space in our kitchen and your idea/photo would be perfect. did you have your cabinet vendor make the wine rack and stemware holder? or was it available to purchase? also can you share the dimensions? thanks so much.
What is on either side of the sink? Two wine storage cupboards?
can i order just the wine rack?
Thats correct. Wine storage with false door panels attached
Wine storage ventilation - I figured that out from a previous Q&A. :) Rhoda
The wine rack and stem holder are from Crystal Cabinetry.
the typical depth of the wall cabinets is 12" and you could do 12" deep base cabinets if you wanted. If you have a wine chiller/ref. you'll need to have 24" deep base cabinets. The typical base depths would be 12", 15", 18", 21" and 24". Hope that helps.
“side board with out sink stepped back upper cabinet” — pfamilyshop
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