56 divided light double-hung windows Wine Cellar Design Photos

Design First Interiors
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A Passion for Wine
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properly it is a UV filtering glass and then the damaging effects of light are eliminated. Also, Inside a modern home the amount of daylight reaching these units is usually quite heavily UV filtered already by the exterior windows. It is a beautiful looking unit, kudos to the designer / builder.
looks nice but too much light for a serious collection
Using wine glasses as the light fixture, Brilliant!
“How wine is displayed,” — Raquel Veliz-Vice
Charlie Barnett Associates
Hillsborough Residence
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Glass into formal dining area...maybe a little tint to window
Materials - wood color, flooring, frameless glass, lighting
Wine cellar dividing wall
lateral glass window
glass divider...accent lighting...recessed lighting
“wine room next to dining room” — henriettevdb
JM Lifestyles
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WoodForm™ Concrete
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Any idea what type of wood is used for the light cabinetry and the wall? Thanks!
Where can you purchase the bar stools and the light fixtures?
Bench for double seat at end
could be by the window when not in use
I like the double seats on the end
Flanking this center island table with two bench bar stools doubles the seating capacity and brings comfort through the lush upholstery.
“bench chairs that could be by the window when not in use” — lizanneroziere
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Wine Cellar
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Where did you get the lights from?
Awesome room. Where did you get the light fixtures?
I don't know where those lights are from but Texas Lightsmith makes lights like this ...
like texture - too light ?
Gist of the ceiiing and stone combo with wrought iron light. Now make a bay window.
Double doors. Chandelier and wall sconces.
“Lake” — cherylnewmanolson
Wyant Architecture
5 Reviews
House in the Woods - Wine Cellar
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All windows. Door on side?
Glass wall of windows - similar to family room windows
Transom lighting...room divider
“Basement” — cyrah7
Erik Wyckoff Artworks
1 Review
Bavarian Wine cellar
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Steve really likes arches and entrance lights and streetlike effect
stone arch entry door and wrap stone around to living room with glass window
Love the lights. Would be really nice to accent light throughout hallways and darker areas...
What about a concept where we divide the downstairs with archways.
Walls and floors lights on walls.
“Bavarian Wine cellar” — Voltolini Alfredo
New Mood Design LLC
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New Mood Design
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stools are made from recycled oak wine barrels. Their circular shapes repeat the room’s ceiling. Metal hardware on barrel table and stools echo the lighting above, and both fuse industrial and traditional styling, much like the overall room design does. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego
recall the site. There are many similar fixtures by various lighting companies so I suggest searching on Lumens.com which features a great selection of modern lighting.
where is the pendant light from
Try the equinox by progress lighting.
wine racks, arched window, stone floor, tile walls
7. Pay attention to lighting. Cravotta suggests using Cree LEDLRP-38 bulbs on standard line-voltage tracks. “They’re cost effective, dimmable using standard dimmers, and the quality of light is very similar to the best halogen has to offer,” he says.
“wine barrel as table” — lgpinkey
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
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Questions5
Your room is to die for! May I ask who made the lighting fixtures? Thank you.
I like the lights, concave ceeling!
Will this wine cellar double as a bomb shelter? I like!
Great light with no windows. Incorporates stone ceiling is awesome. Glass table doesn't appear to take up as much room. Shelving is great
Lights, walls and ceiling and shelves
“wood” — nazlimca
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