20 CFL bulb Wine Cellar Design Photos

Krannitz Gehl Architects
wine + tunnel = The Wunnel
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barreled ceiling and utilitarian bulbs
Long narrow cellar, open bulbs
bare bulb
“wine tunnel=wunnel” — hettiefred
London Audio Ltd
Home of the Year Award winner
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your cellar, you may want to leave the lights on and admire it, so the style of lighting you choose is paramount. Normal incandescents and halogen bulbs emit a lot of heat — way too much for a cellar. There are many incredible LED lighting options, which emit virtually no heat. Track lights, puck lights
“Everything” — deliaemeid
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
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hanging light bulb
“Backlit onyx, amazing!” — nikki0e
New Mood Design LLC
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New Mood Design
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7. Pay attention to lighting. Cravotta suggests using Cree LEDLRP-38 bulbs on standard line-voltage tracks. “They’re cost effective, dimmable using standard dimmers, and the quality of light is very similar to the best halogen
“Johns love of wine” — stacyhafeman
Infinite Concepts
J&KG
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wood ceiling and walls (Barn Barrons and Fence Row Furniture). Plaster ceiling dome and vintage light fixture from Bridge Street Electric w/ Edison bulbs.
edison bulbs
“My wine cellar chandalier” — hthelen
Vintage Makers, LLC
Cherry WIne Cellar - Basking Ridge
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Makers, LLC. The insulated glass panels were also designed and built by Vintage Makers, LLC. The display lighting is Seagull Low Voltage with Xenon bulbs. The space is conditioned by a Wine Guardian 1/2 ton Ductless Split System.
Vintage Makers, LLC
Cherry WIne Cellar - Basking Ridge
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Makers, LLC. The insulated glass panels were also designed and built by Vintage Makers, LLC. The display lighting is Seagull Low Voltage with Xenon bulbs. The space is conditioned by a Wine Guardian 1/2 ton Ductless Split System.
Vintage Makers, LLC
Cherry WIne Cellar - Basking Ridge
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Makers, LLC. The insulated glass panels were also designed and built by Vintage Makers, LLC. The display lighting is Seagull Low Voltage with Xenon bulbs. The space is conditioned by a Wine Guardian 1/2 ton Ductless Split System.
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