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26 lyptus exotic wood Wine Cellar Design Photos
Sesshu Design Associates, Ltd
Santa Barbara Hope
type of wood used does vary. We at WineRacks.com use pine, mahogany, oak and lyptus. We highly recommend mahogany for wood wine racks as it is decay and moisture resistant. Cannawine, if you're looking for assistance with a wine cellar than we'd love to be of service. We offer free custom design: http://www
lighter wood, brick floor and looks like plaster ceiling
Avanti Marble & Granite Inc.
Pennsylvania Exotic Home
vania Exotic Home
dark wood counter and stools
wood paneled wall
Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath
Jenny Rausch, C.K.D
cabibets in Lyptus exotic wood with an onyx countertop with light shining through. Fabulous lighting design.
color of wood and style of ceiling
Wood edge on bar with Granite insert. Brass rail
stone, dark wood, lites
wood paneled ceiling adds warmth
wall with wood...with dark wood bar...ROCK WOOD SHAPE...lyptus exotic wood...lyptus wood...wood beams...wood molding...ceiling wood beams...dark wood
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sustainable lyptus wood. Floating cork floor. Photo by Evan Holt
Adda Carpets & Flooring/Huey Brown's Kitchens
Butler's Pantry with Wine Cooler
Supreme Lyptus Wood Butler's Pantry with wet bar and wine cooler.
HAJEK & Associates, Inc.
mahogany for wood wine racks as it is decay and moisture resistant" pine, mahogany, oak and lyptus also used
Northshore Millwork, LLC
Radius Door to Wine Room
The wood chosen for this board and batten style entrance door is called Sapele, an African exotic known for it's beautiful wood grain and warm, natural color. Inside the room, a ladder for maximum storage use was created and a tasting table was added for enjoyment of the wines inside. Other popular