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wine racks are from macphees here in Australia (www.macphees.com.au) and we used the racks that are 3 bottles deep. In regards to the back lit onyx. We set it back 100mm from the rear wall and glued it to aluminium channels around the perimeter, so that they would not cast shadows. We installed LED strip
Surfaces”. The article details how to backlight translucent surfaces, the digital version of the magazine is online at http://www.tylercoinc.com/news.html
Joseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars
Contemporary basement/wine cellar and tasting room
What kind of wire rack/"mesh" did you use for this construction? It looks really nice. It is unique and fits very well in this set up. I have seen some concrete rebar "mesh" like these before but they were too big for bottles. Was this rack (the steel part) custom made? Thanks!
Wire mesh sheets for racking
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I assume thin sheet rock could make the bend, but what would be an economical way to frame it in without breaking the budget? thanks!
'feel, using the rounded walls instead of straight corners. i assume i could use light wood material to provide enough of a frame to bend and nail thin sheet rock to, and then do a stucco finish.other ideas? Thanks KEvin
Design By Lisa
Contemporary Wine Room
The bar stools are from Bright Chair Company. Here is a link to their website: http://www.brightchair.com/windows/stool_echo.html Thanks for asking.
Charlie Barnett Associates
The piece was purchased at Dolby Chadwick Gallery in San Francisco - http://www.dolbychadwickgallery.com/about_about.html
Strawberry Park Lodge
It is a Colorado Buff. Here is a link to the source of the stone http://www.gallegoscorp.com/index.html