4,162 red wall Wine Cellar Design Photos

Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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This Beautiful stone wall space was already created by the couple themselves. I was contacted because they had run out of ideas and wanted input as to how to design a pleasing and functional use of the raw area. Red Ridge Wine Cellars went to work finishing the space to accommodate their need for 2500
approximately 1500 of which were to be visibly displayed behind a thermopane glass wall. The end result was 2 rooms off the main tasting room. One hidden room and one display room as mentioned above. Photo: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
“track lighting tucked behind ceiling beams” — shelnic
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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100 year old authentic timbers were used as dividers. The back wall opens to reveal a hidden room for the most prized vintages and keepsakes. LED lighting in the display bottle area and back wall finishes the look. Photos: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
racking was built for this project. A local Granite boulder was cut in half and polished to create the mirrored tasting/decanting areas. The centerpiece wall is a cultured stone feature section to complete the aged/rustic feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2
stone wall by rough hewn timbers....plus incandescent lighting. Excellent feel!
“stone wall by rough hewn timbers....plus incandescent lighting. Excellent feel!” — fytnirshman
Winepine
Unique Wine Crate Panel Projects
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We received this photo from a client who was looking to replicate the look. This is from a restaurant wall in North Carolina. Each wine crate panel was stained with a different wood color, and treated with a semi-gloss polyurethane. Some of the wine panels were tastefully stacked to create a 3D-like
wall treatment idea for bar or wine room
I love this for one of the walls. Reminds me of that shop in St. Emillion
could do a wall like this with our favorite wines, stained panels are cool.
Love this for the wall behind our bar
creative! The boxes as a wall decorations
“floor?” — katiedewhurst
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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100 year old authentic timbers were used as dividers. The back wall opens to reveal a hidden room for the most prized vintages and keepsakes. LED lighting in the display bottle area and back wall finishes the look. Photos: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
racking was built for this project. A local Granite boulder was cut in half and polished to create the mirrored tasting/decanting areas. The centerpiece wall is a cultured stone feature section to complete the aged/rustic feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2
“Lighting the display area” — garlandinsouthfields
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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100 year old authentic timbers were used as dividers. The back wall opens to reveal a hidden room for the most prized vintages and keepsakes. LED lighting in the display bottle area and back wall finishes the look. Photos: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
racking was built for this project. A local Granite boulder was cut in half and polished to create the mirrored tasting/decanting areas. The centerpiece wall is a cultured stone feature section to complete the aged/rustic feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2
“Post for bottom of stairs” — Harry Braswell Inc.
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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100 year old authentic timbers were used as dividers. The back wall opens to reveal a hidden room for the most prized vintages and keepsakes. LED lighting in the display bottle area and back wall finishes the look. Photos: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
racking was built for this project. A local Granite boulder was cut in half and polished to create the mirrored tasting/decanting areas. The centerpiece wall is a cultured stone feature section to complete the aged/rustic feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2
“Upon first glance, this wine cellar is showing you the whole collection upfront. Hmmmm.” — gummy_doo
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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100 year old authentic timbers were used as dividers. The back wall opens to reveal a hidden room for the most prized vintages and keepsakes. LED lighting in the display bottle area and back wall finishes the look. Photos: Greg Snyders/Red Ridge Wine Cellars
racking was built for this project. A local Granite boulder was cut in half and polished to create the mirrored tasting/decanting areas. The centerpiece wall is a cultured stone feature section to complete the aged/rustic feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2
“wine cellar entry” — lkbrewster
Showplace Wood Products
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Showplace Cabinets - Wine Bar
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Door style: Covington | Wine bar: Red Oak | Finish: Charcoal The compact wine bar goes its own direction with Charcoal on red oak. Learn more about Showplace Charcoal: http://www.showplacewood.com/ProdGuide1/PGcharc/PGcharc.html
Door style: Covington | Species: Red Oak | Finish: Charcoal Showplace Kitchens: http://showplacekitchens.com/ Showplace Wood Products: http://www.showplacewood.com/
“Door style: Covington | Species: Red Oak | Finish: Charcoal Showplace Kitchens: http://showplac” — Showplace Kitchens
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