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Simpson Design Group Architects
Rustic, natural materials complete the look of this Mediterranean-inspired wine cellar. Photographer: John Sutton
what kind of stone? real or natural?
like this with barreled ceiling or could have small all brick barreled ceiling and wall hallway that takes you to guest bed rooms with gas lanterns on walls. Bedrooms will be bright and cozy. No barrels in there. Hallway not too long?
Rustic, natural materials complete the look of this Mediterranean-inspired wine cellar. Large candle holders high up on wall. Wooden beam on ceiling.
Neat and small to be integrated into either kitchen o NW verandah next to gas gas heater,,,need to insulate
Modern Wine Cellar
a contemporary look. “Preventing airborne contaminants is definitely important,” says Cravotta. "The wine racks should be a material that won’t off-gas.” Stainless steel is a quality choice that gives wine cellars a contemporary aesthetic.
for a contemporary look‘Preventing airborne contaminants is definitely important,’ says Cravotta. ‘The wine racks should be a material that won’t off-gas.’ Stainless steel is a quality choice that gives wine cellars a contemporary vibe.
South Coast Architects, Inc.
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
If we enclose the NW verandah this could be on either side of gas heater
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Gas sconce lights on decorative wall
John Kraemer & Sons
Luxurious Wine Room
What time of stacked stone did you use? Is it a natural stone? Thank you...beautiful
Hi There! Yes, it is natural Virginia Ledgestone. Thanks, and good luck!
Virginia ledgestone Natural stone veneers International, Inc
natural stone and wood color
noe wine cellar
concrete slurry wall naturally ventilated wine cellar, bruce damonte® photography
Natural wine cellar cut into the stone.
Industrial chic. The concrete slurry wall here gives a raw, almost industrial edge to this wine cellar. It also keeps things cool and allows for natural ventilation.
David Giral Photography
Contemporary Home - Boucherville
some cool things with light and the wall behind the bar- make the entire area a feature integrating the light, the natural materials, the vertical of the room (falling water over natural materials...). Aha! The center glass is the entrance to the wine well and the water falls into that!!
Nature wood sculpture table