459 framed plates Wine Cellar Design Photos

d'apostrophe design, inc.
Wine Room
Ideabooks2,793
Questions4
second choice As little frame as possible to make room airtight
Like the all glass with frame to ensure sealed
ceiling glass wall is interesting. The dark metal framing may go nice with the fireplace we were looking at.
concept of cigar/poker room with more industrial frames
Frame of the room...framed wine cube
“wine room” — janetwear
Apropos Design, Inc. / Green Home Design Source
3 Reviews
Samplings, Frisco CO
Ideabooks5,555
Questions4
Would this work? It has a small frame.
Cellar, frames and copper
like glass with framed construction
Rough-hewn beams frame the space for this rustic wine cellar.
Timber frames
“holzboden” — ninni1308
The Foxx Company
7 Reviews
The Reserve Golf Club
Ideabooks2,152
Questions3
Plate holder
“Wine racks” — Luciana Ng
Innovative Wine Cellar Designs
Reclaimed Wine Barrel Racking
Ideabooks2,774
Questions1
Everything. Brass name plates Racking
“wine room” — kumaking
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Queen's Lane Wine Silo
Ideabooks5,410
Questions3
elevated storage system. In order to gracefully weather and blend in with the existing buildings and landscape the structure is clad in oxidized steel plates. The interior, inspired by a wine cask, is characterized by reclaimed fir woodwork and a spiral staircase that accesses carefully displayed wine bottles
“holy cellar” — TK Walker
Jordan Lotoski
Thirty One Ave
Ideabooks3,470
Questions4
Sink plate wine "rack"
“Wine racks” — Luciana Ng
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Highcroft Residence
Ideabooks7,396
Questions2
Rounded door frame. Wood colors. Tile on wall. Door too
cool timber door frame
door and door frame
“Stone wood mix” — David Brodeur
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Brodbeck
Ideabooks10,826
Questions7
What is an economic way to frame in and build this rounded walls and ceiling?
I assume thin sheet rock could make the bend, but what would be an economical way to frame it in without breaking the budget? thanks!
to create a 'cave like 'feel, using the rounded walls instead of straight corners. i assume i could use light wood material to provide enough of a frame to bend and nail thin sheet rock to, and then do a stucco finish.other ideas? Thanks KEvin
“Wone” — marijoy
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