26 building fire pit Wine Cellar Design Photos

Smith Firestone Associates
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Denise Richards Residence
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I wonder who I look for to build the glass enclosure part? Love the wine racks, I will def use those! SEem to be cost effective....
The Pit.
“Imagine this flanked by buffet!” — leone174
Daniel Gordon | Renovation Artistry
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar
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--------- While fire pits are long on charm, it's important to ensure they are also long on safety. Here are a few design tricks for keeping all the appeal while ensuring that your fire is safe and sustainable. Surround with hardscape. As the fire in a pit is more likely to escape than fire contained in
nature of this pit will help keep dangerous stray sparks inbound. Maintain a distance from tall foliage. Placing the fire pit at a safe distance from tall foliage is also a smart preventative measure. Use structure. The shape and structure of the fire pit itself can also encourage appropriate respect.
that separates this fire pit from the greenery beyond is a smart safety precaution, particularly in drier climates. Likewise, this mix of concrete and gravel is a safe platform for flame. Can you just hear the fantastic crunch of gravel underfoot as we approach this fire? Dig a pit. The recessed nature
“I adore these rustic, 'medieval-era' doors. They are the perfect fit to this gorgeous wine cellar!” — corsagepins
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
Ideabooks2,445
Questions5
to a comfortable temperature for occasional dinners a few times a year. Otherwise, the room is kept cool to protect the wine. Additionally, this building is detached from the main house, so the fireplace maintains the temperature above freezing when necessary in the winter months. Photo by Vance Fox
Fire & wine are not compatible.
pattern of the stone surrounding the fire place? Where can I purchase? Thank you.
be placed in the wine tasting room/building. The homeowner wanted to have the ability to warm the room temporarily to a comfortable temperature for occasional dinners a few times a year. Otherwise, the room is kept cool to protect the wine. Additionally this building is detached from the main house,
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Aspen Homes
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Multnomah at The Falls - Wine Room View 2
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fire pit
camp fire
“Tilley wine cellar” — Katsampes interior design
Aspen Homes
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Multnomah at The Falls - Wine Room View 1
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fire pit
camp fire
“wine cellar” — la415wmn
Aspen Homes
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Whister Bay Wine Bar
Ideabooks48
Questions0
fire pit
camp fire
“Cabinet layout” — donaldragland
Paul Farinato
wine cave
Ideabooks1,947
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perfect for my root cellar; build hidden entrance to fall out shelter from root cellar
love the outdoor cave. am going to build one myself.
Could you build one outdoors
Septic tank building
Build into the hill...fire exit
“Door” — cunnintr
Benvenuti and Stein
8 Reviews
Wine Room w/Seating
Ideabooks2,566
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This is what we are looking to build in our home!
Round space and conversation pit
Benvenuti and Stein Design Build
“FUture house” — khutsom
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