193 low profile Wine Cellar Design Photos

BiglarKinyan Design Partnership Inc.
5 Reviews
Japanese Modern
Ideabooks7,403
Questions4
they are low profile.
“concealed wall lighting” — Andre Martin
SKD Architects
7 Reviews
House in the Woods
Ideabooks163
Questions0
Low profile glass mixed with wood
“LED lighting” — ajs414
Brandon Architects, Inc.
9 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks15,334
Questions10
Is it low voltage to avoid heat on the wine? Is the floor raised or is it low-profile lighting? Thanks!
these are low voltage lights, typical MR-16's I think. The floor was raised in this area so if you have a slab on grade foundation you need to plan for these in advance.
“Bar rack” — vidushii
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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Realstone Systems
14 Reviews
Alabaster Shadowstone Wine Cellar
Ideabooks283
Questions0
popular profile. It complements any decor with its linear smooth finish and it's neutral color. The soft transition between stone give it just the right amount of depth while the smooth texture bring a refined look to any project. The versatile Shadowstone collection
“check out this stone!” — smed4790
Steven Cabinets
8 Reviews
WIne Cellar
Ideabooks1,144
Questions2
to our profile you can see photos of the other side of it.
“Wine” — jdshaw83
Amanda Webster Design
Coastal Eclectic
Ideabooks27,254
Questions7
drawer profile
“Cabinets” — brytec1978
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Profile
Ideabooks6,409
Questions2
Renovated to accommodate a family of eight, this oceanfront home proudly overlooks the gateway to Marblehead Neck. This renovation preserves and highlights the character and charm of the existing circa 1900 gambrel while providing comfortable living for this large family. The finished product is a unique combination of fresh traditional, as exemplified by the contrast of the p...More
“Love the bar” — srabaut
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
Historic Renovation in West Chester, PA
Ideabooks12,169
Questions4
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“I like the way the stairs come down in away from the wall” — rummel2015
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