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Great Wine Closet Using Under-Staircase Space
The space below a basement staircase often goes to waste. This state-of-the-art wine closet turned this unused space into a connoisseur’s dream. Wine is one of the few things that can improve with age. But it can also rapidly deteriorate if kept in inadequate conditions. The three factors that have the most direct impact on a wine's condition are light, humidity and temperat...More
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Benvenuti and Stein
Wine Room-Custom Made Cabinetry
Wine room, custom wood shelves, glass doors, sitting area, Chicago north
Washington Valley Cellars
Short Hills Wine Cellar
Temperature controlled wine cellar feature brick and stone walls and ceiling and custom mahogany wine racks
John Kraemer & Sons
Entrance to Wine Room
A recent John Kraemer & Sons built home on 5 acres near Prior Lake, MN. Photography: Landmark Photography
traci zeller designs
Cotswold New Construction
A bonus room is transformed into a sophisticated wine "cellar" by the addition of built-in, temperature-controlled wine storage cabinets that maximize the available space. Traci Zeller Designs. Dustin Peck Photography.
Along the bustling Boulevard du Montparnasse, stone and iron tables line the street, inviting lively conversations and brief afternoon respites. Inspired by the jaunty elegance of these streetside bistro tables, we took the look of a classic French console table and reinvented it for a contemporary dining room. Known for its durability and one-of-a-kind beauty, each harvested s...More
Julie Williams Design
Home in Petaluma
The area under a staircase is often used for a closet, boring! Designing in wine country, what a great idea to use the space as a wine/bar area instead.
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