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6 upholstered window seat Wine Cellar Design Photos
Siemasko + Verbridge
How was the wine bottle window made, and where can I get one for our cellar?
I love your windows...such a modern take on a classic technique!
Built in seat in curved window with storage
Bottle glass. Colored glass rondelles fill the windows
look, add some frosted, smoked or even stained glass to your windows.
6. Rustic seating. I could at least use my crates as a makeshift chair — they
A perfect complement to this wine-tasting room, these stained glass windows look like the bottom of wine bottles in various shades of green opaque glass
12. Bottle glass. Colored glass rondelles fill the windows of this wine room, echoing the shapes of the vintage bottles nearby. The
Where did you get the amazing windows?
Dining table wicker chairs and double upholstered seat at end
bench chairs that could be by the window when not in use
I like the dark wood and different seating
Flanking this center island table with two bench bar stools doubles the seating capacity and brings comfort through the lush upholstery.
Table and bench seating
Contemporary Wine Cellar
The picture window so you can see in
Window into viewing TV area for game
Seating and table...Window with twble...Wine cellar Window...Window looking out...round seating in middle...Wine room seating
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Superior Woodcraft, Inc.
Like wine closet along the wall, plus seating area.
Wine seats...wine room with seating area...Glass doors; windows
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms - Petra Mallia
Open Plan Kitchen
Can go in between windows in dining room
Shelving under window...Window storage unit...Window idea...window seat
Design By Lisa
Contemporary Wine Room
Big window - into what room?...counter table/seating...Table and stools; window too...the window