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Papro Consulting - Wine Cellars
Traditional Wine Cellars by Papro Consulting
Wine rack wall
cooling system...side wall
Seattle's Award Winning Architect/Interior Design Firm
Established in 1984, Castanes Architects PS AIA represents over twenty years of Architectural work on a variety of building types in Seattle and Pacific Northwest Region.
traci zeller designs
Cotswold New Construction
color on walls. Great design. Thanks.
the dark walls, cream trim and bright fabrics
Perfect for office, study or bedroom. Love the dark walls and bright accent colors. Beautiful furniture too
Pulling off dark walls...nice!
slanted wall solution
Wall cabinets...roof, wall colour...black wall
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Compact wine storage in main living area
wood trim around the glass wall
Glass wall with black frame
Glass wall with metal frame
wine wall...Glass wall...glass walls....Mitred glass walls...Glass walls
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Live this for a wine bar/business
lines the walls, while the floor is a patterned wood block (designed by Beckwith) that is finished after installation. The nook was designed in a warm, bright pink to contrast with the icy blue wine cellar. "We wanted it to be a cozy area to sit down and enjoy a bottle of wine, since the wine cellar is cooled
Interiors. Wall art: A New York artist, bought at the Nashville Antique Art & Garden ShowSide tables: Tony Table by Oly StudioCushion fabric: Shibori Circle by Schumacher
LuAnn Development, Inc.
Semi living area with built in wine storage?
entrance into living space and archs ideas
on the wall...is this Cork/Wallpaper?
Living/sitting area...Cork walls...Wall unit...Living room
Masons Ave wine cellar
an HVAC system doesn't fit your budget, make sure the temperature is properly controlled through insulation. This has a lot to do with your geographic location, so consult a professional to assess your situation. If you’re in the southern United States, for example, Cravotta suggests treating the shell
every wall plus the floor and the ceiling, as well as adding closed-cell foam insulation to prevent condensation buildup and mold.
Pool House & Wine Cellar
John Willis Homes
John Willis Custom Homes
Wood wall & Ceiling - Not the Wine Racks
the main living area. Thomas chose black walnut wood accents and stone to harmonize with the landscape and complement the materials in the rest of the basement. "The patio floor was used in the wine cellar to set the continuity of the interior and exterior finishes," Thomas says.