132 T. W. Ellis Wine Cellar Design Photos

3 Reviews
Toronto Loft
and two levels for convenient storage. The dimensions of this piece are 36"W x 24"D x 34"H. If you would like any other information or would like to purchase
Invest in a trolleyYou can’t beat a drinks trolley on wheels for one of the most stylish ways to serve your
Ellie's destruction
“Accent barcart with mirror. Can get it at elte” — Martin Maretzki
Maxwell & Company Architects
4 Reviews
St Johns Wood
bottom channel, wondering if that is possible on about this same size room w/center door.
Korallus, we didn't design these cellars but if you still need help then I would be happy to assist
which also ship free. You can find those here on our website: ... If you don't find anything that you like there then we do also offer free custom design
bricks aren’t your cup of tea, go modern with glass doors and stainless steel finishes. Just because you like a few years on your wine, doesn’t mean your
Alternate if we can't have one below
“Wine cellar” — lourdgd
Meridith Baer Home
3 Reviews
1823 North Doheny Dr. Los Angeles, CA
Sonia, we staged this home and weren't involved in its construction, so we're unable to answer your question, sorry!
I'm sorry, we staged this home and weren't involved constructing the wine racks. Hoping the answer above steers you in
That glass, too, was there when we got there. We weren't involved in constructing the home, only staging it. Sorry again!
we can build a wine storage area in our next home! doesn't even need to be a big area!
“Wine” — kalibur07
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Design First Interiors
23 Reviews
A Passion for Wine
room and we'd like to add a wine rack similar to this picture but it doesn't have to be exactly like this. We need some help. Can you put us in contact
temperature controlled. Does this glass have any isolation effect, as I don't want a draft in my house.
Just like cork floor, wouldn't want exposed bottles
All glass. I don't like
“Vino” — charly123a
jessop architects
Masons Ave wine cellar
Oh man - trap door - awesome. Probably wouldn't work at our house but awesome.
Like the shelving, step style doesn't look nice.
2. Insulate properly. If an HVAC system doesn't fit your budget, make sure the temperature is properly controlled through insulation. This has a lot to
Insulate properlyIf an HVAC system doesn’t fit your budget, make sure the temperature is properly controlled through
“Daydreaming and drooling over owning this....” — kiwileash77
Steven Mueller Architects, LLC
Wine Room
lighting which is popular in wine cellars. Wine safety is critical and you don't want the wine bottles exposed to direct light. LED lights use 80% less power
Door is nice, as are windows, although they may be overkill. Don't like glass fronted cabinets, in rack lighting & wasted space of slanted display
Don't like side windows but like overall look
“glass door racking lighting” — wchartwell
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Whitefish Yacht Club Residence
what makes it appealing to a wife variety of people, plus I mean who doesn't love wine?
make it an extension of the wine cellar and have only a humidor so we don't have to worry about the ventilation
“Rug” — cwaynee
Terrat Elms Interior Design
8 Reviews
Marblehead Residence
Practical - but I don't like the center table top.
counter w storage...Don't like...M&T wine cellar
“Bar coming out from the wall concept” — fireplace1668
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