2,536 mid-century kitchen Wine Cellar Design Photos

Kessick Wine Cellars
4 Reviews
Kessick Wine Cellars
Mid shelf lighting
Lighted mid section
“End piece that holds single bottles” — lorilubeck
Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
3 Reviews
Caruth Project
would like wine storage on three sides, with some type of display but haven't figured out what this needs to look like yet. We would like some type of mid-level ledge. We will include a picture of our wine room in Kelowna to show you what we are referring to.
Forged iron doors between livingroom and kitchen :-)
“Wine” — filuta
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
Historic Renovation in West Chester, PA
Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
The stone is serpentine, a greenish limestone quarried in PA and MD thru last century.
These wine racks are great and in kitchen
“Cool wine racks on wall” — hasslerjr
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Perfect use of the mid stair dead space
Nice solution to do back half of room as an enclosed wine cellar and the front portion as a kitchen/food prep area.
“entry” — lorilubeck
Natalie Du Bois
Wine Cellar Kitchen
Nice wine rack and glass doors to kitchen
Good idea for wine cellar off kitchen
doors to close off the kitchen
glass door divider to the kitchen
Dressed in white, this small kitchen is a perfect companion to a glass-enclosed wine storage area. If you are not able to have an entire kitchen setup, at least consider a small countertop and sink area. It will make the whole space more functional and enjoyable.
“Bar” — mopoces
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
This private residence is modeled after the working Palladian villas of the 16th century. This new home is carefully tucked into an agrarian vineyard setting at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Specific technical and aesthetic details were the result of careful research–both in
in the library and on the ground in Italy. Walls are plastered in marmorino (a centuries-old technique that adds marble dust to the plaster mixture) and the floors are covered in terra cotta tiles imported from Italy. Ceilings are vaulted plaster or wood timbers. The exterior is a traditional plaster that
“Basement or some dining room? Cozy but still open...maybe open to out?” — patrick68
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Wine Cellar
It is custom cast stone in a color to match the original 19th century stone foundation.
kitchen maybe
“Holes” — sometucci
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
This ceiling is made of an old house demolished in the eighteenth century. This wood is called mahogany.
kitchen table
“Wood floor to ceiling, wine cubicles” — ljackson1205
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