54 healthy materials Mediterranean Wine Cellar Design Photos

Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
4 Reviews
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1640. Note that it isn't just the material, but the artistry of the mason that provides the appeal. The same material in another's hand may not achieve
The source for this material was the mason, Brad Gilbert, of Villa Pacific Contractors Inc. in Costa
about a wine cellar as much as a beer/tequila closet. Like the natural materials used here.
“wall” — narinekruger
Riviera Bronze Mfg.
1 Review
Laguna Residence
rustic for this, but probably would prefer less imposing (and costly) materials than the massive stone shown here
The ceiling and material
“Mom cave” — keenkelli
Mediterranean Wine Cellar
Stacy. Pricing will be dependent upon who builds your wine racks and what materials are used. If you live in the Seattle area, please contact Gary Redman
“wine racks” — ahfierman
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Omega Products Intl
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Thompson Building Materials Masonry Omega ColorTek Stucco
“Wine cellar” — johkillian
Homeland Design, llc
14 Reviews
Tuscan in the Pines
Arched ceiling with brick, I like the continuity of brick/material.
“圆窗外hoon” — joan0335
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Spanish Revival,Spanish 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 the Dining Room and flowing into a classic barre...More
“Wine storage on both sides of fireplace in great room--two wine coolers--great idea!” — calcarp
C-Reese Architectural Design
6 Reviews
Wine Room
Barrel vaulted wine serving area and cellar in lovely Mediterranean style home designed by C-Reese Design. Photo by T-axis Graphics.
“ceiling” — hobocamp
New Mood Design LLC
15 Reviews
New Mood Design
Floor Material
“Chair” — albertr1974
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