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Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
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2012 PNE Prize Home Wine Room
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Another shot looking down the hand-built laminated Douglas Fir beams inside the 2012 PNE Prize Home wine room. The entrance to this 3,000 square foot, Craftsman-inspired home is located behind the wine room's glass wall in the distance. Home Builder: Britco Structures www.britco.com
“love the intro of the round element” — Amy Troute Inspired Interior Design
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
2012 PNE Prize Home Wine Room
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Twelve cases of wine will fill this wine room, located in the foyer of the 2012 PNE Prize Home. The beams are hand built, laminated Douglas Fir and the holes are drilled by hand. It took three weeks for our craftsman to finish the beams alone (this includes time for gluing up, drilling, staining and drying). Home Builder: Britco Structures www.britco.com
“For the long wall, with keg and taps in the middle?” — andiek99
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
2012 PNE Prize Home Wine Room
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The wine room is located right in the foyer as you enter the 3,000-square feet, Craftsman-inspired home. The Pacific National Exhibition is a non-profit registered charitable organization and revenue raised through the Prize Home Lottery supports a variety of non-revenue producing programs. Home Builder: Britco Structures www.britco.com
“Wine rack” — melissamia
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
2012 PNE Prize Home Wine Room
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Looking down the hand-built laminated Douglas Fir beams inside the 2012 PNE Prize Home wine room. The entrance to this 3,000 square foot, Craftsman-inspired home is located behind the wine room's glass wall in the distance. Home Builder: Britco Structures www.britco.com
“nice wine shelving” — jamieharris
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
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Wine Cellars Behind Glass
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This wine cellar is in The Rockbank, a gorgeous $8.9 million home overlooking the water in Vancouver (Homes & Living Magazine featured it in their premier Vancouver issue). The cooling system is hidden in the right-hand side cabinets, giving the cellar a clean, crisp look. Home Builder: Boda Construction Ltd www.bodaconstruction.com Tile: World Mosaic (BC) Ltd. www....More
“wine!!!!” — ljknoll
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
Wine Cellars Behind Glass
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This temperature controlled cellar features an impressive 8 foot tall door (you can see the cooling system above it). One feature of this door is the automatic threshold seal that drops into position along the floor when the door is closed, but lifts up as you open the door. There is nothing dragging on the floor and nothing to step over as you enter. When the door is closed, t...More
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
Wine Cellars Behind Glass
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This wine cellar is located in the base of the tower in the client's home and was built to highlight the curved room.
“This may be the best example of what it cold look like looking into the cellar. I like the glass to” — billcarey24
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
Wine Cellars Behind Glass
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Another shot of the "hallway" cellar - this time from the inside of the wine cellar. It's a narrow space, but the window and glass door give it a comfortable feel.
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