148 Standard Wine Cellar Design Photos

New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
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 has to offer,” he says.
“Nisu "dugna" galima iskalti lentelemis, kad neatrodytu kaip gipso plokste” — Laser Web
Wooddale Builders
Medina - Bridgewater Model
Nice standard basement bar... Like the stools also
“Bar seats” — Kelli Cavasin
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
16 Reviews
Boulder Contemporary
is the standard color of incandescents. This color temperature compliments warm surroundings, such as wood furniture, brown granite, beige, natural stone, earthtones, bronzes and brass. It's a popular lighting choice for people who prefer the familiar warm, cozy ambiance in rooms such as the bedroom and
“Wood paneling” — findingsunshine
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
Wine Cellars by Coastal
13 Reviews
Custom Wine Cellar New Jersey Kupur
are both standard wine racks, and wine display racks. We installed them in the 'Custom Wine Cellars New Jersey Short Hills' project. Standard wine racks are fantastic at increasing wine storage capacity. Wine display racking, as its name implies, provides a means of showcasing unique and/or valuable
bottle deep Standard wine racks. At the bottom are Diamond Bin wine racks. To learn more about these Redwood wine racks, and to view additional photos of the 'Custom Wine Cellars New Jersey - Short Hills' project, take a look at: http://www.houzz.com/projects/86727/Custom-Wine-Cellars-New-Jersey--Short-
of the Standard, single-deep type. Label Forward Display racks were also utilized, along with Diamond Bin racking. A wine glass rack was included as well. To learn more about the 'Custom Wine Cellars New Jersey - Short Hills' project, click here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/86727/Custom-Wine-Cel
“The Redwood wine racks pictured here were installed for the 'Custom Wine Cellars New Jersey - Short” — Wine Cellars by Coastal
Wine Cellars by Coastal
13 Reviews
Laguna Hills Wine Cellar Design CA - After
finish. Standard, Horizontal and Diamond Bin racks are depicted here, along with an Arch Display and Tabletop. To view additional photos of the Malaysian Mahogany racks, and to learn more about the 'Small Residential Wine Cellar Laguna Hills' project, check out: http://www.houzz.com/projects/67400/Sm
sheen. Standard, Label Forward Display, Diamond Bin, and Horizontal Wine racks are pictured here. A gorgeous Arch Display was also included. It serves as an artistic space to decant and sample wine. This truly stunning wine cellar was once a powder room. Through the expert work of our expert wine
Specifically, Standard, single-deep racks, Label Forward Display racks, and diamond bin racks were installed in this wine storage room. LED lighting makes for efficient viewing and optimum wine showcasing within the wine cellar. To learn more about this traditional custom wine cellar in CA, check out: http://www
“Design” — cgerrick
Wine Cellars by Coastal
13 Reviews
Cape Cod Home Wine Cellar Boston
racks, standard racks, and display racks. It ensures that the wine cellar has both a good bottle capacity, and plenty of opportunities for wine showcasing.
X-Bin, Standard, and Label Forward Display racks were utilized, among other types. Thanks to the wine storage solutions, the wine cellar is nothing short of gorgeous, and boasts a total bottle capacity of 1,770. This well met the client's requirements, and even left them ample room to expand. To
finish. Standard, X-Bin, Diamond Bin, and Label Forward display racks were included. The flooring was made from Reclaimed Wine Barrels. An environmentally friendly and lovely material, the Reclaimed Wine Barrels gave the wine storage space a natural and unique flair. The racking, flooring, door,
“I have to include this in my 'Traditional Wine Cellars' Ideabook, too. After all, the wine cellar i” — Juliette Johnson
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Queen's Lane Wine Silo
plain, a standard wine cellar was incompatible with the building site. Borrowing from agrarian structures, the design team arrived at the silo form as an alternative, elevated storage system. In order to gracefully weather and blend in with the existing buildings and landscape the structure is clad in
“Wine!” — jncleck
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
todays’ standards while restoring and reinforcing the original 1885 design. It began as a Summer Cottage accessible by train from Boston, and is now a year round residence. The essence of the structure was maintained, while enhancing every detail. The breadth of craftsmanship is evident throughout the
“Color” — GD Evans Company LLC
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