60 japanese house Transitional Wine Cellar Design Photos

Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
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Street of Dreams 2013: TTM Custom Home
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View the house plans at: http://houseplans.co/house-plans/2472 Photos by Bob Greenspan
Hello. Love the wine nook-it's exactly what we want for our house. Would you be willing to share room and wine holder dimensions? Cheers!
“Rachel - Sol” — bertrandrachel
Trickle Creek Custom Homes
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The Capilano
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Great addition to the house
“Wine cellar” — James Desai
Barroso Homes
The Sentinele House
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The Sentinele House
“Do. Amino version of this” — evangelias
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Kurt Baum & Associates
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Lakeview House
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Lakeview House
“Wine” — mahoch
M2 Design Group
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Stunning wine room by Carrie Maniaci, M2 Design Group
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I want I want I want I want!!!! That style is definitely going to by in my next house! Saratoga ave here we come
“Chairs” — danaluke
EB Designs
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modern house hamptons
farm house...beautiful house...custom house
“display china” — ashappy64
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
38 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
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Solutions The contractor started with a rectangular space that was appreciably stripped down, except for the fireplace at the far end. An adjacent room housed a professional pool table. The client’s primary concern was how to situate the custom-built wine rack were to specify and fabricate. Although there
“split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing room” to avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor
easily serviced; the lines were protected and out of sight; and the wine rack – situated as it was in the room – seemed like it was part of the original house design. At that point, the contractor needed a wine rack design that seemed equally “original” to the home – and here, too, the challenge was met.
“Rack style” — robwillett
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
38 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
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Solutions The contractor started with a rectangular space that was appreciably stripped down, except for the fireplace at the far end. An adjacent room housed a professional pool table. The client’s primary concern was how to situate the custom-built wine rack were to specify and fabricate. Although there
“split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing room” to avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor
easily serviced; the lines were protected and out of sight; and the wine rack – situated as it was in the room – seemed like it was part of the original house design. At that point, the contractor needed a wine rack design that seemed equally “original” to the home – and here, too, the challenge was met.
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