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The Furniture Guild
1 Review
Mahogany Wine Cellars
Ideabooks3,295
Questions1
interesting to have pull out shelves
Idea for doorway cut out.
Pull out drawers...Pull out cases...Roll out drawers...Pull outs....pull outs...Pl out shelf boxes...Pull out racks...pull out shelves
“Wine” — houseideaslandolakes
Gabriel Builders Inc.
10 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks2,356
Questions3
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 wood slathes to die into? Are they all cut at an exact length or does another piece of trim hold the ends all together
boss and owner of the company that they would be happy to send out the replacement materials, but since we had chosen the unstained redwood, to try simply sanding the water marked areas first. To my absolute SURPRISE, the stains were sanded out and no one could even tell that water had hit the wood in these
home causing a flood in our basement. The wine cellar was affected with water within the cellar as well as outside. After the flooring was ripped out and the basement dried we were devastated to see our wine cellar wood stained with the water that had wicked up the door frame and threshold. We knew
“Wine rack” — Angel Olivas
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks16,801
Questions12
this house is out of control high end its gorgeous but depressing for most of us..
The lights turn off when not entertaining and the see through glass ceilings have roller shades that black out the room. Normally the room is dark 55 degrees and humidified.
Up to 2,000 bottles can be stored in futuristic Gothic arches that are made out of acrylic and illuminated by LED lighting. Jamie had to make sure that the acrylic would be able to withstand the weight of the wine bottles without cracking. Jamie loves to experiment with unexpected textures, materials
Go for the glowLooking like something straight out of a sci-fi movie, this neon-bathed wine cellar is a true spectacle. Even if you’re not a wine connoisseur, you can’t fail to be wowed.
“Crazy wine” — wendyrupp
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7 Reviews
Contemporary Wine Room
Ideabooks9,897
Questions6
This is a natural product and will be different depending on where the supply comes from. I'd recommend visiting a local stone supplier and checking out the range that's available.
Bump out to add to island.
Glass window out to the bar. Bar in front of walk in wine cellar
Bump out
“Table and chair” — bmtm
Clarke Appliance Showrooms
11 Reviews
Sub Zero Wine Grotto with chiseled granite top
Ideabooks1,755
Questions2
storage offers options to match cabinetry, furniture or stand-alone. If you are designing a wine cellar or kitchen, you owe it to yourself to check this out. ...
we like these fridges, but half height, with pull out shelves
storage offers options to match cabinetry, furniture or stand-alone. If you are designing a wine cellar or kitchen, you owe it to yourself to check this out. ...
“Sub zero wine frig” — brune001
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Ideabooks2,023
Questions4
Floating bottles with cut out in design
Left wall of basement. Carve out in middle is nice way to break up otherwise monotonous wall of wine
cut out for decanter
“The onyx panels” — timsford1
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
2 Reviews
Lower Level Entertainment Area
Ideabooks3,910
Questions4
could add a pull out wood then fold out table extender...
Bar out of a movable furniture piece.
“bar cabinet” — trapcourt
R. Kimbrough Photography
Mountain Homes
Ideabooks555
Questions2
Check out the wine cork wall behind the dart board
check out the edge of this table (ignore the rest of the room, except for the dart board, we definitely should have one of those)... so, the table, love the unexpected
love the dart area...hate the monkey...creeps me out.
“I love all the different textures in this room. Especially drawn to the cork wall behind dartboard,” — Shirley
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