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537 recessed stair light Wine Cellar Design Photos
Custom Wet Bar | Hickory
designed by Brillo Home Improvements Inc. - WI | Photographer: Edmunds Studios, Inc. Features include: wine rack, beverage refrigerator, sink, puck lights underneath the staircase, and stacked-stone wall above the countertop. What an amazing transformation! See Brillo today www.BrilloHomeImprovements
The creative way to use the space under the stairs
Under stairs - great use of space
Jaffa Group Design Build
162 white pine - new build
Where can I find wrought iron like this for my stairs?
What is the thickness of the stair treads and what is the depth of the tread ? Thank you
I like the bar area and the lights
the grated doors with the square stair tread
Rick what do u think of this columnar stairs
Simple wrought iron and large column at stairs......tie in with bathroom and wine door
love the steps, bar, counters, lights
stairs and stone on the stair wall, wood color
Like stairs. Could use outside fencing painted brown for cheap alt.
Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc.
Hamilton - Eclectic Industrial
please would you provide some info on how the ibeam for the stairs were finished i.e. painted, patina or other? thank you
Have this idea for my stairs along my vaulted window
Love the crates, glass brick and back lighting
Lighting options? Build something behind the bottles
9. Use as wine storageBeneath the stairs is usually a great place to store wine as it is out of the way of direct sunlight. This wine storage display has an industrial edge to it, and the addition of back lighting makes it even more of a dazzling showcase than a mere storage area.
slotted together to fit into all sorts of awkward spots. Here, they’ve been flipped on their sides and tucked under the stairs to create a fantastic wine rack. The addition of back lighting has turned them into a glowing artwork. Genius.
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The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Where did you get the tiles for the stair risers?
The Lighting Look: Manufacturer: Hinkley Lighting (Unconfirmed by Celebrity Communities.) Collection: Casa Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/Hinkley/4300OL/One%20Light%20Sconce%20-%20Casa If you are interested
Wine cellar at the stair case landing. Utilise an awkward spot and it becomes like entering a whole new world.
arched front with full glass! stone face with lights!
door to cellar /lights on either side
Stair case front tiles could echo ones on terrace
Kevin B Howard Architects, AIA
Ventana Mountain Estates, Home 502
The stairs seem to be open tread....so how we're you able to control t
for wine storage below the stairs
Wine storage under stairs?!?! Different perspective to storage walk in shelves either side.
Cool use of space under stair well
Great way to use space under stairs
Wine cellar under the stairs.
WINE CELLER BEHING THE STAIRS
WINE CELLER BEHIND STAIRS
location behind stairs
Wine cellar under stairs
Cellar under stairs...blue lighting...Under the stairs
KGA Studio Architects
stone stairs ..........with stone wall with modern lighting system ..........looks awesome
Love the stone stair entrance and how part of the wine cellar seems recessed in the stonework and under a slab
under stair case entrance into wine cellar
Stairs to wine cellar -stone
faux rock on our stairs
Love the stairs...Nice stairs...the stairs...Stairs wine on wall
Masons Ave wine cellar
when the hatch is up and also lack of handrails down the stairs?
love the stair case/ladder
Door to stairs is recessed in the floor.
Like how you walk down the stairs to the middle of the cellar.
love the open stairs going down to cellar
put some led rope on top of the racks for up lighting
easy stair case maybe not to costly?
Hidden stair to basement
Enough space minus the stairs
cellar stairs...lighting above
Steven Mueller Architects, LLC
Very nicely done. It appears there is light coming in along the upper back wall of the wine area. Did you incorporate glass to take advantage of stairway windows?
It is likely something like LED lighting which is popular in wine cellars. Wine safety is critical and you don't want the wine bottles exposed to direct light. LED lights use 80% less power, produce no UV radiation, generate almost no heat which makes them ideal for wine cellars.: https://www.wineracks
Double glazed doors would keep the temp inside constant but allow natural light in
Stairs. Wood and white paint. Looks clean
under the stairs & wainscot up