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Robin LaMonte/Rooms Revamped
19 Reviews
Atlanta Residence-Basement Billiards Room with Glass Wine Cellar
Atlanta Residence-Basement Billiards Room with Glass Wine Cellar
This basement level entertainment area includes a glass enclosed wine cellar that inhabits the same footprint of a large closet. This home has ample storage space so a single large closet was sacrificed to make way for this beautiful wine cellar. Christina Wedge Photography
stainless steel commercial paint on the inside, LED lights that illuminate without heating the wine, horizontal shelves to make label reading easy and tempered glass.
stainless steel commercial paint on the inside, LED lights that illuminate without heating the wine, horizontal shelves to make label reading easy and tempered glass.
“Pool table; bar stools in room, wine cellar” — clarrieu
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
amber bamboo & tempered masonite, glass
Interesting idea to add glass and mirror to some of your built in shelving. Provides more sense of space.
my room's tv set up lighting n glass shelves
Multi-layer Glass shelving against wood material for home decor.
Stealing space from a hallway for storage is a recipe for claustrophobia. A glass cabinet is perfect for showing off accessories while keeping sight lines open. The look is classy and fresh.
“estante, cor e moveis” — Marcelo Blanc
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
amber bamboo & tempered masonite, glass
Great way to get light into hallspace with roof/wooden-glass wall unit
“Bari” — Mari Janelidze
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black tempered glass
“Curtains” — janetticonfetti
Gardner/Fox Associates, Inc
25 Reviews
Modernist Home Renovation
Philadelphia, PA they have similar glass tables.
These glass panels were installed when the house was built 50 years ago. During a recent renovation of the whole house, we re-enforced the sagging structural supports and fixed some leaking at the top of the cantilevered glass structure. Good info and advice
have to really consider the weight, size and IGU of the glass. Over time, especially when exposed to the elements, the aluminum frames can sag, corrode and shift which causes drastic changes in the windows overall efficiency and deflection in the glass. I attached a picture of a job we did as a point of
advice above from Steel Windows and Doors. Check out NanaWall (...) for glass wall systems. We've used them before with good results. At the very least you might find some inspiration on their site.
“Windows” — Kathy Provencher
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Manufacturer of the burner in the fireplace, please? Is it a vented or vent free unit? Is it surrounded by glass stones/pebbles? Thank you!
Oh yeah that's right—the top depth is 24"; the doors are made of glass.
basement media wall, cabinet with tempered glass top-maybe illuminated?
glass cabinet with lights & they protrude more
The glass cabinets at the top could come from IKEA
Frosted glass floating shelves with lighting
Mix of floating tall and glass
I like the glass top on the cabinet below the TV sitting on Stainless posts Could have glass front in middle section to house the cable box, etc.
same approach, appearing to hover over the floor. The same cherry from the kitchen is used here, as are more stained MDF panels. A bank of backlit glass cabinets at the top nod to a nearby breakfast area that's similarly detailed.
“like material surrounding fireplace. Said to be a steel product in Q&A” — pact2go
Paris Renfroe
Minimalist Entertainment unit
In pieces designed to hold media, screens on the front will function like tempered glass and let devices breathe and talk to the remote control.
white glass
“pared” — robsor36
Patricia Benson
This room was created by removing the walls between the former dining room, living room and kitchen, and expanding the living room space 6' into the formerly unused front porch. To create light in the entry we put a tempered glass panel on the wall separating
glass panel
“Art” — bennettmaina
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