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Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
to hand cut the material to create our own veneer.
Hello, Can you kindly advise the dimensions of this bar. How long is the back prep area? How long is the front bar portion? Can you also advise how wide the work space between the 2 areas are.
did a cut out bar in my basement with trim like that. Went to Houzz to find a color and came across this pic. I'll upload a picture when I'm done. Love your style.
and ask how you can replicate the look. Best of luck! - Martha O'Hara Interiors oharaineriors.com
brick. How would this look in our kitchen?
Might take some of the cabinets out and door a mirror-back shelves like this.
mirror and how the mirror opens the space up
I like how open behind the bar is
“Wood Posts on either side of the bar.” — chumly96
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Bar next to media room
floor and how wide are the planks? Thank you, faithngratitude@yahoo.com
wood - how did you get that rustic red color??
reference on how much top coat to remove and how much anti q uing glaze to use where. Simple, right?!
You can find it in a man made material at a place like those mentioned as well as a natural stone and have the stone yard have it cut to thin veneers. It is a dry stack style
cured take a somewhat softened candle and rub wax on any edges and also all the places you want the base color to show through. A brick-red or brownish red top coat can be applied over that n when that is cured, take a putty knife to the areas you had applied the wax and the top coat will come right
how was the look of the cabinets created
“Wine cellar” — tppetrov
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
How is this lit? Is it edgelit with blue LED and the bottle openings are etched? Thanks!
Love the idea , how much does it cost?
would take wine and my thoughts there, flying.
cross-cut wood tile floor add warmth and a touch of the rustic, but in a contemporary way. See more of this house
with cutting-edge LED lighting in the acrylic wine storage shown here.See the rest of this amazing pool house
“Very different andvery attractive” — Chris Davies
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
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Kessick Wine Cellars
4 Reviews
Closet Wine Cellar
bottles take prime position with this spotlight feature #winebrag.
could take this idea and make it better
Like how wine is displayed
Cut out
“cool” — John White
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Rustic Bar & Wine Room
it is cut. This is a solid piece and does have a slight curve in the top. We feel that it adds to the character. Good luck on your project!
The bar top is 3 separate 6" thick slabs cut from the same tree so the grain is continuous. Back of bar is alder with sherwin Williams ebony stain. Thanks
It was cut from a tree on the owners lot and left to air dry for one year. The finish is epoxy high gloss.
How the wine cellar is small and tucked behind the bar.
planed raw cut lumber bar top
“counter top” — seeddr
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
How many bottles does this cellar hold? Climate controlled? Love this look and am new to wine collecting!
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 questions. Joel@eutree.com
I like how the trim and handle look
Doors and how it's on the landing
I love how this all comes together.
I like how nice the stone wall blends w/rustic floor
“glass wall” — shagen676
Heather DeMoras
Trophy Room
tell me how the ceiling was accomplished? Was it painted on? Is it a wallpaper? Thank you
Could you please tell me how the ceiling was accomplished? Was it painted on? Is it a wallpaper? Thank you very much.
them know how cool this room looks! I saw a lot of comments stating how it sickens people when others want to display animals in their trophy rooms, but perhaps they're forgetting about the fact that it is THEIR room. "Their" room entitles them to whatever they want! Perhaps it isn't everyone else's first
should take a step back and realize this site (in its entirety) is meant to inspire design, not harass designers for fulfilling visions they're getting paid to create.
Agreed. It takes a truly sick, ego-driven, insecure individual to display innocent animals like this.
“Not these colors but layout” — mnatoli
Crisp Architects
35 Reviews
Crisp Architects
racks! How big is each bin?
didn't take sizing into consideration. Label facing out means the 13" side is out (usually where branding is located) so the depth of the bins would be 20"? The uppers here are clearly closer to 15" depth since a typical wine bottle is around 13" and they seem to come close to the end. We also have
to see how that was handled. Thank you!
ledge and how it makes the boxes fit. nice old looking wood.
“wine seller boxes” — suzstreeter
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