50 contemporary grab bar Traditional Wine Cellar Design Photos

Dubworks, LLC
Walnut Wine Room
Let's grab a few bottles and get this party crackin!
wine bar
“Able to display. Easier to locate” — laurenblanda
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Wine Cellar
wall tiles, I have just posted a photo here on houzz: http://www.houzz.com/photos/12864436/Living-Room---Accent-Faux-Leather-Wall---Crystal-Palace-contemporary-family-room-miami
Wine holder and exposed stone for the bar
ceiling in bar room..
basement bar winery
“Holes” — sometucci
Joseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars
39 Reviews
Contemporary basement/wine cellar and tasting room
Contemporary basement/wine cellar and tasting room
Contemporary wine
“Paint” — Krista Morris-Tomini
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Edmund Terrence, LLC
Barn Style Wine Cellar in a Box
bottles in an 8 X 10 space, and be able to further trick it out over time, or store 200 bottles in a wine closet. If you simply need to store a case then grab a beam and you'll have room for that and more. We'll get you started with a stunning, unique and timeless space that doesn't look like you're trying
n is our number one priority so we will do everything we can to assist you as you create a one-of-a-kind Edmund Terrence installation in your home. Grab your measuring tape! We can get you one step closer to the designer wine cellar of your dreams at a cost that isn't a nightmare. Order your Edmund Terrence
“Wine closet” — 5crocker
Gravell & Company
Addition 1
to start. I bet we used 1500 corks in this backsplash. Contact your local bars and restaurants and ask them if they have any extra. So to install, get some sort of fast set construction adhesive, we used Loctite's Power Grab in this case. On the bottom rows to get started, I'd apply the adhesive to
time to find the corks and install them. If you're not a collector, you can buy wine corks from the restaurants and bars that save them.
corks for wet bar back splash
“Cork backsplash” — jenniking100
SKD Architects
8 Reviews
Prairie Style in the Woods
Prairie style contemporary home with an Asian influence. This is the lower level bar area with an attached wine cellar. The bar top is granite, with powder coated metal work that supports the top granite level. Vetter stone is used as backsplash. Architect: SKD Architects, Steve Kleineman Builder:
barra para bar de la alberca
i like 2 tiers on this bar
another cool way to show the higher bar top. Also like the light fixtures
Pendant lights color scheme, bar design but not the double counter,
“Glass cabinets fridge pendant lights room placement” — teasley
Finished Basement Company
5 Reviews
Basement Bar Cabinets & Back Splash
Basement Bar Cabinets & Back Splash
This basement bar is unique with two different cabinet stains and a beautiful accented backsplash. ©Finished Basement Company
home bar...wet bar...Bar backsplash
“Bar backsplash” — mdfossy
Sherman & Gosweiler Inc.,
17 Reviews
This contemporary style wet bar features intimate seating with the warmth of a wood top around the horseshoe shaped bar. Lit glass shelves in the back bar show off the client's collection of art glass. Ebonized mahogany and ribbon striped mahogany with glass accents.
wet bar
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