16 covered patio blade wall Wine Cellar Design Photos

On Site Management, Inc.
Great Point Lodge
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wine room. loving the iron window covers on the doors
Love this floor to ceiling, the brick on the ceiling is awesome, love the stone floor broken up by the wood, the brick and stone on the wall is also nice, and the wood plank doors are great!
Pretty floor, stone walls, & doors
Idea for the breakfast nook wall
Maybe a good look for patio floor
“Brick & wood” — dusti73
John Willis Homes
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John Willis Custom Homes
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Reclaimed wood from old floors could make great wall covering
wine cellar with flagstone floor and cedar walls
area. Thomas chose black walnut wood accents and stone to harmonize with the landscape and complement the materials in the rest of the basement. "The patio floor was used in the wine cellar to set the continuity of the interior and exterior finishes," Thomas says.
“wine cellar” — marcandrenadeau1988
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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were the result of careful research–both in the library and on the ground in Italy. Walls are plastered in marmorino (a centuries-old technique that adds marble dust to the plaster mixture) and the floors are covered in terra cotta tiles imported from Italy. Ceilings are vaulted plaster or wood timbers
“Basement or some dining room? Cozy but still open...maybe open to out?” — patrick68
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Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
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Wine room
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Wine room with stone wall cladding, three wine refrigerators, chandelier, outdoor patio attached, outdoor fireplace, pink and grey upholsted stools Credits: Hamilton-Gray Design, San Diego
blade wall & internal wall cladding too pale tho
Stone walls framing in the wine re
separated - wall in between?
outdoor patio...stone wall clad
“Wine cellar” — dan1el
bocfarm
Vintage Cellars
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to get over 750 bottles. What you can't see in this picture is a glass display shelf built on the left wall to display scotch bottles. There was also a support beam for the house we had to cover and make it look like part of the wine cellar. There is no seating area in this space. The evaporator
for the cooling system is placed in the upper right hand corner. If you look closely, you can see the grill built to cover the coil. Please visit www.vitnagecellars.com and look at our custom page. This wine cellars is featured.
closet idea , even stone on wall
“Door” — Martha Montemayor
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
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Casa Del Sol
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• Numerous French doors blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors • Custom glass railings rise to form windscreens that shelter the covered patio that includes a fireplace, barbecue, bistro oven, smoker and deep fryer • The master suite is wrapped in glass on three sides to take advantage
Cool idea for a patio bar
“bar” — kindred kitchens and baths
Advantage Contracting
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Advantage Contracting Portfolio
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pine ceiling which is connected to a mahogany trimmed greenhouse. The art studio roof opens up to a gorgeous cupola and the greenhous rooflines are covered in standing seam copper roofing.
windows in the ceiling and walls .I do not like the stone below the chair rail or the half moon window.
patio ideal...stone wall
“Loft glass” — Rodger Sloan
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
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Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
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Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting
“cote de beaune framed posters” — abinitio00
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