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Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Wine Cellars
seasonal and diurnal temperature variations—for example, a basement in a temperate climate. Installing wall stone on the inside and outside of a wine room or cellar helps you in achieving a true passive cellars that will cost you nothing to operate and are not affected by power outages if you live in places
“how very beatiful, I love it” — mjkjrobinson
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Papro Consulting - Wine Cellars
18 Reviews
Cable Wine System Wine Cellars by Papro Consulting
rec room...tasting room...wine room...wine tasting room...Median wine room
“size, material” — tracyrisucci
The Evans Group
Second Floor Club Level
like the floor but think I like a cozier feel to the media room game room???
Game Room Floor Selection
Game room bar....recreation room
“Chase” — Stacy Yadon
Brock Designs
18 Reviews
Wine Room
holder, decanter, and glass mosaic wall tile. This Wine Room was a fun project with many details. One feature of this room includes the glass mosaic wall tile, illuminated by the overhead track lighting. The custom wine rack design makes this room one of a kind.
Wine Room...wine room
“جابزری” — hasheme
Clarke Appliance Showrooms
11 Reviews
Wine grotto with beaded glass door storage
wine room and fridge
Wine racks in dining room??
wine in dining room...wine room layout...wine room
“Wine grotto with wine refrig” — Sherri Campbell-Cope
Joseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars
39 Reviews
Wine Cellar and Tasting Room
Look at the back room. Very unique they way it's broken up.
Table for dining room
Wine Cellar and Tasting Room
wine cellar tasting room
JK wine room
“this is an interesting idea for the centre piece and use of cedar tree to make a table” — fergus4alba1
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
6 Reviews
Red Ridge Wine Cellars
feel of the room. The ceilings had existing mechanical obstructions so by creating 2 separate height and radius barrel ceilings we his this otherwise restrictive feature of the room. This design also allows for the evaporator coil and fan box (they use a split system cooling unit for this room) to be mostly
mostly hidden when looking into the room. 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
“wine cellar entry” — lkbrewster
9 Reviews
white wine room shelving
View from dining room
wine room: Island or counter
Glass doors in wine room
Wine room
“Wine room” — ellisu
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