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Malinard Manor - Wine Cellar
The wood is American Black Walnut which went through a 7-step furniture finishing process. I don't recall the manufacturer of the tile, but it was purchased through Architerra in Austin.
I love the luxury finish on the doors to this wine cellar. The stone walls with recessed lighting is beautiful.
Gabriel Builders Inc.
what kind of wood was used? is it a natural finish?
like island concept and interior finishes
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Wine Cellar
We used a variety of stones, millwork, wallpaper, and faux finishes to compliment the large spaces & natural light. We chose furnishings that emphasize clean lines and a traditional style. Throughout the furnishings, we opted for rich finishes & fabrics for a formal appeal. The homes antiqued chandeliers
John Willis Homes
John Willis Custom Homes
There is much to know about wine cellars, materials, dimensions, finishes, cooling, etc. I have a terrific WINE CELLAR resource
complement the materials in the rest of the basement. "The patio floor was used in the wine cellar to set the continuity of the interior and exterior finishes," Thomas says.
Compassionate Arts International
Wine Cellar Art On Tile Mural
mural and wall with stone finish
Granite bar over a wine barrel for wine tasting, etc-potential for window-arch to another room. Stone finish inside
Simpson Design Group Architects
Finishes look like actual cellar
Stone/Plaster/Beam finishes very nice!
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
French Country Estate
faux finish ceiling
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Brandon Architects, Inc.
I like very much the way of using the space and the lightning. And the fantastic way to mix finishing materials .
those who prefer to keep things on the minimal side, pair the streamlined look of stainless steel with natural stone for the perfect mix of modern finishes and natural tones.