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Wine Cellar Specialists
5 Reviews
Custom Wine Cellar Design, Dallas TX
As you can see, this wine cellar space is quite small. At 6.5' by 7', it posed a bit of a challenge. Of course, our wine cellar builders rose to the occasion, managing to fit a whopping 526 consecutive bottles into the wine cellar design TX. Wine Cellar Specialists 4421 Cedar Elm Richardson, TX 75082 (972) 454-0480 winecellarspec.com
“Lazy Susan for storing wines” — julieahutson
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Best of Houzz 2015
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Busby Cabinets
13 Reviews
“Design” — sdfehr
Home Expressions Interiors by Laura Bloom Inc.
22 Reviews
Atlanta Basement Design/Build
Designed and built by By Home Expressions Interiors by Laura Bloom
“Designed and built by By Home Expressions Interiors by Laura Bloom” — sll778
Charles River Wine Cellars
1 Review
CRWC Castle Wine Cellar
“ceiling” — John Bowen
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Wild Ridge Residence
“Stone fireplace” — kriling
The Grothouse Lumber Company
20 Reviews
Maple Wood Bar Top in Churchville, Maryland
Bar Countertop Wood: Maple Construction Style: Edge Grain Wood Countertop Location: Churchville, Maryland Countertop Edge Profile: Chicago Bar Rail on the outside perimeter of bar top, 3/8" beaded roundover on inside edge of bar top and all exposed edges of lower counter Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® permanent finish Wood Stain: Custom Color Stain Match to customer provided s...More
“bar top” — palmetto811
Hughes Studio Architects
Capital Hill Penthouse
“metal doors” — sipsukka
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
LuAnn Development, Inc.
23 Reviews
LuAnn Development
Beautiful CA craftsman style home in the heart of Hermosa Beach, CA. Photos by Bowman Group
“An option would be to open up the living room into the neighboring room in order to make the entire” — tlhcrawford
Master Bedroom DIY remodel
MB remodel: Painted the 80s oak cabinets, added hardware. New granite counter and sinks. Tore out the carpeting, (Yes, it had carpet!!), and tore out...
Updated Transitional Kitchen
I was not a fan of the stained oak cabinets and granite tile counters and back splash in my 1999 kitchen. The previous owner had clad the bar front with...
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