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1,294 chocolate finish Wine Cellar Design Photos
Apropos Design, Inc. / Green Home Design Source
Samplings, Frisco CO
Adeeni Design Group
Sofa in mohair velvet - chocolate
noe wine cellar
May I ask what the stain is or who did the finishing work?
I love this feature wall. May I ask what the stain is or who did the finishing work?
I like the rough finish of the wall...might work well in the basement
concrete wall finish
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
What's the material and finish used in this space?
emperador and honed light emperador. walls and ceiling looks like venetian plaster. wine rack looks like wood with stain finish. door center looks like steel tubing with faux finish paint. cool wine room
Finish and colour on wood- I really like wood and finish but I don't think it was mutual.
Kass Wilson/ WallsTreat Studio
Raise your glass
textured wall finish
faux finish...Tuscan faux finish
Design Build Consultants Inc.
Greenwich Wine Cellar
with a natural finish for a traditional look. Cravotta recommends choosing a wood that requires only a mineral oil finish, such as mahogany, walnut or cypress.
Pick wood with a natural finish for a traditional lookCravotta recommends choosing a wood that requires only a mineral oil finish, such as mahogany
Gabriel Builders Inc.
What kind of wood slathes are used to finish the interior arch around the door, and what endcap trim is used?
This looks fantastic and is a great idea of a stylish way to finish an arch! I love it. trying to figure out what you used as an endcap for these
installation of our wine cellar. We have been absolutely thrilled with the end result and get endless complements about the design, racking, mosaic and finish of the wine cellar. Unfortunately, in October 2012, Hurricane Sandy hit our home causing a flood in our basement. The wine cellar was affected
of straight corners. i assume i could use light wood material to provide enough of a frame to bend and nail thin sheet rock to, and then do a stucco finish.other ideas? Thanks KEvin
Now you've got me thinking of another way finish the basement -- with to the side room a wine feller and whiskey room.
I do like the cozy feel of this room, particularly the curved ceiling. Would want it to be finished out differently.