222 cutting Wine Cellar Design Photos

Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
acrylic structure bathed in blue light create a stunning architectural element in this beautifully designed space. The large wooden spheres and cross-cut wood tile floor add warmth and a touch of the rustic, but in a contemporary way. See more of this house
becoming more sophisticated and universal, and many of our clients are looking for that same aesthetic." Beckwith combined Gothic architecture with cutting-edge LED lighting in the acrylic wine storage shown here.See the rest of this amazing pool house
“I love all the space” — cupcake135
Plekkenpol Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Eden Prairie Home
wall cut-out
“Racking system” — kreeddds
Lane Homes & Remodeling Inc.
3 Reviews
A Basement Wine Room
MasterCut stone
“oh my god the wine.” — g111y
DC Metro Area Luxury Doors
If you are a builder, architect or designer, you'll want to make us your first stop. There is nothing better than seeing the rich beauty of these doors with your own eyes, visit a showroom today!
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Floating bottles with cut out in design
cut out for decanter
“stain color” — seneca95
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
7 Reviews
Laguna Hills Country French Manor
cut in lights
Love the cut out lighting
“Wine storage” — Sergio Durán
On Site Management, Inc.
Great Point Lodge
rough cut lumber with natural stone
Inlaid wood should be rough cut in a color tha compliments the stone. This is not the stone look I want
“Wineroom” — ahrro
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Its called Dirty Top Reclaimed Oak flooring. Usually its made from antique oak beams that are milled into flooring. Since its cut from a beam some of the pieces will almost look new while others from the face of the beam will have that beautiful patina. Let me know if you have any
Arch cut out in rear house
“Floor” — gmomjudy
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Old River Farm
Wine barrel in wall. Buy 1 cut in half and place on either side of wall.
“ceiling” — skrathwohl
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