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John Willis Homes
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John Willis Custom Homes
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Note the small X's above, which can hold one case of 12 wine bottles. Note the side where you have bottles lying down so you can see the labels above which are the same bottles above it. Note the open drawers below for wooden wine crates. This design is the closest to
Showcase designs...nice cellar design...Diamond design...Wine rack design...very well designed
“Wine cellar” — khans2
Urban Design Associates
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Organic Southwest
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Architect: Urban Design Associates, Lee Hutchison Interior Designer: Bess Jones Interiors Builder: R-Net Custom Homes Photography: Dino Tonn
Relief's & Designs on Wood Edges
Nice kitchen design for earthship
Urban Design Associates
“Downstairs bar” — freddy_mcgrath
London Audio Ltd
Home of the Year Award winner
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This home was the Bronze medalist for "Best Integrated Home" in Electronic House Magazine and Silver Medalist from the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association.
we put together. It also has its own forced air climate control system. So when you ask about dimensions we can design the cellar to fit any space. www.exceptionalcellars.com
We designed and built the wine cellar. Look for us on the internet. www.exceptionalcellars.com. London Audio Ltd installed
Custom-fit. This snazzy wine cellar was custom made to fit inside the exact dimensions of the space. If you are designing a new abode, you can utilise a wine cellar design to fill in those awkward spaces.
4. Choose your lighting. Wine cellars are designed to be cool, but we also want them to look cool. If you love your cellar, you may want to leave the lights on and admire it, so the style of lighting you choose is paramount. Normal incandescents and halogen bulbs emit a lot of heat — way too much
“Wine cellar” — khans2
Gabriel Builders Inc.
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Gabriel Builders
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In 2006 we moved into a new home and decided to have Wine Cellar Innovations design, build and 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
in 3/8” thick by 1 5/16” wide pieces or 21/32” thick by 5 1/8” wide pieces and ships in random lengths from 32” to 80” pieces. Contact us for a free design quote when you are ready, cheers!
“Round door with racks around it” — leahprestbo
Damon Liss Design
Duane Park Residence
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not this design but need pantry design between kitchen and dining room
Simplicity of design
Cabinet color and design
Damon Liss Design
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JM Lifestyles
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WoodForm™ Concrete
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Woodform Concrete Table by JM LIfestyles. Interior Design by Sage Design Photo by Andrew Pitzer
Can anyone give me the name of the designer on this project?
a manufacturer called Homestead Cabinet and Furniture. www.homesteadcabinet.net. We are so happy with Sage Designs! They are awesome to work with. Plus they are extremely talented designers!
“Table” — pnall47
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Modern Couples Retreat
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Interior Design
Interior Design Sacramento
All American Design and Furnishings
interior designer
“wine closet” — mseabaugh
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
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Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Wine Cellar
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wine cellar was designed to capture the essence of an old-world Raskellar, with all the amenities of today's technology. From the locally reclaimed brick floor to the carvernous architecture and rustic furnishings, this space feels like a different place & time. The cleverly designed wine storage behind
behind finger-print activated security panels, makes it the ultimate cellar for a connoisseur. 2011 ASID Award Winning Design This 10,000 square foot home was built for a family who prized entertaining and wine, and who wanted a home that would serve them for the rest of their lives. Our goal was to
placed fine art at sight-lines & points of interest throughout the home, and we create rooms dedicated to the homeowners other interests. Interior Design & Furniture by Martha O'Hara Interiors Build by Stonewood, LLC Architecture by Eskuche Architecture Photography by Susan Gilmore
“Wine cellar idea” — longboard_surfin
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