157 chevron wood floor Mediterranean Wine Cellar Design Photos

Germano Wine Cellars
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Ideabooks3,300
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racks, Custom made wine cabinetry, Hand chisled stone columns, Lighted wine bottle displays, Lighted Art niche, Vaulted barrel brick ceiling, Hand made wood beams, Cellar Pro split cooling system. All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Floor and shelves for wine cellar
tile and wood floor, meshed doors
“Floor” — ekelley
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Ideabooks6,553
Questions6
What is the flooring color and make?
Its called Dirty Top Reclaimed Oak flooring. Usually its made from antique oak beams that are milled into flooring. Since its cut from a beam some of the pieces will almost look new while others from the face of the beam will
Location of wine cellar in between main floor
strringer, tiles, wrought iron dark wood tones
all this together: wood floor, iron/wood stair rails, stone on wall, sconces, drk wood glass doors.
Wood doors in arch, wood floor in wine room
“I like the stair case” — Donna Jackson
Mediterranean Wine Cellar
Ideabooks1,636
Questions3
contrasting textures, intricately carved wood vs. stonewalls and floors
Rock color with wood color.
The curved wood area.
Wine cellar Wood Warmth
I love the brick floor
floor of wine room...Wine cellar floor...wine floor...Stone, wood, table...pavers on floor...brick floor...The Stone Floor???
“Love this table..” — 19amelia
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
7 Reviews
Laguna Hills Country French Manor
Ideabooks4,043
Questions5
Stone wall, not the brick ceiling and floor
Wine cellar. Brick on floor?
Great floor Nice use of stone
dark wood buffet table
Brick floor...FLOOR, CEILINGS...Like the floor...brick floor...brown brick floor...dark wood bar cart...dark wood bar table
“Wine room” — christineac
RJ Aldriedge Companies Inc
7 Reviews
Rimstone
Ideabooks6,461
Questions3
Can you post any pictures of your cabinets, floor, etc? There are thousands of granites available, so some other variables would help to narrow it down.
Wine/beer cellar. Ceiling , walls, floor
Rock wall, dark wood
stone wall, flooring & ceiling
Floor to ceiling shelves
circular table wood side table
Stone with wood...Pebble floor...wood console table...wood racks...river rock floor
“everything” — amycastellano
Choice Wood Company
Rustic Jewel
Ideabooks1,816
Questions4
wood dorr match floor painted floor mldg
The doors, the mini table...the colours, the wood, the floorings... the warmth ... love it !
Wood door, wood jamb
wood doors and painted baseboards
Dark wood...wood floor...Choice Wood Company...stained wood
“glass and metal door.” — sommerd
Sesshu Design Associates, Ltd
14 Reviews
Santa Barbara Hope
Ideabooks1,174
Questions1
The type of wood used does vary. We at WineRacks.com use pine, mahogany, oak and lyptus. We highly recommend mahogany for wood wine racks as it is decay and moisture resistant. Cannawine, if you're looking for assistance with a wine cellar than we'd love to be of service. We offer free custom design:
end wall is open, makes the room longer. brick floor, led light behind molding
lighter wood, brick floor and looks like plaster ceiling
“ceiling and lighting” — harrisonhome1
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Wine Cellars in Stone
Ideabooks4,113
Questions2
Images provided by 'Ancient Surfaces' Product name: Antique Stone Floors, walls, sinks and slabs in wince cellars. Contacts: (212) 461-0245 Email: Sales@ancientsurfaces.com Website: www.AncientSurfaces.com Antique Limestone flooring pavers, walls and ceilings unique in their blends and authenticity
Brick wall and wood wine racks
Like brick and wood but don't like rack layout.
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Go for wall-to-wall stoneAntique stone floors and walls are reminiscent of an ancient wine cellar in the heart of the Mediterranean. The stone flags and bricks not only keep the room at a steady temperature, but ooze old-fashioned charm and culture.
“the niche” — Dianne Mills
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