798 T10 Wine Cellar Design Photos

Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
Clay
Ideabooks5,619
Questions3
the wine room is 10' wide x 7' deep (from brick wall to brick wall)
The brick are full dimension brick from a salvage yard, I'm afraid I don't have any specific specifications
Lighting. This is also 7 x 10 which is close to the size we have to work with.
less bottles of wine but nice design. I can do with 500 bottles. 20 cases. 10 magnums.
it's everything melissa thinks i can't build myself
Room is 10' wide by 7' deep
“nice” — farmermike12
kbcdevelopments
9 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks5,997
Questions6
Specifically, I have a 137"Lx44"Wx10"D and I wanted to compare some notes with you to see how you mounted your
with good wine storage on high-tech racking. Don't have a clue what the room is behind the wall, and don't care.
This one is the one that I want. Perfect! I don't need a wheelchair bound one.
Like the cellar but don't necessarily need an elevator:)
“Love the Wine rack” — Daniel Schäfer
Elte
4 Reviews
Toronto Loft
Ideabooks1,366
Questions5
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in advance. An ice bucket is always a useful purchase, too, so people don’t constantly have to go to the fridge. Check out ways to fit a home bar into
“Bar” — hamhius
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South Park Design Build
17 Reviews
Modern Toronto Home
Ideabooks3,528
Questions2
built-ins. The stain is a custom stain selected after numerous variations. I don't have the final code which was selected by our client.
Custom built in bars can cost $10,000 and up
Neat when all closed up ..less dust and dirt on items that we won't use that often !
Cost: Professionally designed and installed built-in bars might cost about $10,000 to $15,000, but the options and pricing vary. See the full project
“Open cabinets in the middle” — Michelle Flatley
Design First Interiors
29 Reviews
A Passion for Wine
Ideabooks24,396
Questions13
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.
All glass. I don't like...3' X 10
“Pared de vinos para la sala” — lorenakonanz
SDG Architecture, Inc.
5 Reviews
Magnolia
Ideabooks7,664
Questions2
Also, that specific project was built over 10 years ago, so it would be challenging to say. Sorry we can't be more help.
wouldn't this style make for an interesting garage entry / wine storage
I don't know , I just like it.
“This has that rustic appeal - could be downsized keeping the stone & wood to blend with the remainde” — Transformations for Interiors
Meridith Baer Home
3 Reviews
1823 North Doheny Dr. Los Angeles, CA
Ideabooks3,965
Questions5
We staged this home and weren't involved in its construction, so we can't answer your question. So sorry! We agree the floors are gorgeous.
this home and weren't involved in its construction. We agree, though, they're gorgeous!
Sonia, we staged this home and weren't involved in its construction
That glass, too, was there when we got there. We weren't involved in constructing the home, only staging it. Sorry again!
Nice wine room. I don't necessary like the racking but the island inside is nice and the glass wall
we can build a wine storage area in our next home! doesn't even need to be a big area!
“Wine display” — Jen Krüger
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks18,694
Questions13
I haven't seen anything like it. I like the color.
I couldn't imagine having so much wine lol!
cellar is a true spectacle. Even if you’re not a wine connoisseur, you can’t fail to be wowed.Discover how to work with neon
If you have a wine collection to be proud of, why shouldn’t you put it up in lights? This Moroccan-themed cellar’s glowing acrylic arches
what don't I like about it.
“Airport church !!!” — colette233
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