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Zambesi country Estate 7
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other under stair wine concept
“wines” — marthadelmazo
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Battersea London Residence - Basement Build
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touching each other when closed? Thanks!
as the other photo
“First preference full glass Is the door sealed?” — bradseeto
J Mitchell Design
3 Reviews
Wine Credenza
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Questions0
storage with other storage
“Parte baja, equipos empotrados...” — juanjosevo
Degre 12 - Custom Wine Cellars
Custom Wine Cellar - Wenge Wood - 2200 Bottles
Ideabooks1,764
Questions1
sliders and other storage
“Sliding trays” — kimperial
Kessick Wine Cellars
4 Reviews
Vinium Series - Architectural Wine Racking
Ideabooks299
Questions1
contrast to other floor surfaces??
“glass door entrance - probably the same size as ours” — donster7d
Design First Interiors
21 Reviews
A Passion for Wine
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Questions4
house. The other side of the wall was facing the lounge part of the dining room and proved to be ideal to accommodate the wine room rather than in the basement. The result is a beautiful display with very interesting features. The feature wall for the front entry was clad with vertically placed thinstone
“Wine” — toypower
Greif Architects / LIVING ARCHITECTURE
1 Review
House at Three Tree Point
Ideabooks2,377
Questions2
not the other crap on it
“glass wall” — shagen676
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Tong Bar and Cellar
Ideabooks1,302
Questions3
touching each other when closed? Thanks!
on the other. Units like these are installed simply through the framing of the wall. The unit cools and controls humidity in the cellar, while exhausting heat into the exhaust room that I mentioned before. The exhaust room has to be large enough to absorb this heat.
“Frameless 10-millimeter glass doors allow for the best viewing into your space. That being said, at” — mldamour
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