Image of Wine Cellar. Love it!! Would like to ask about image usage
We love the wine cellar image. We publish an upscale lifestyle magazine in NY Metro area. Would like to inquire if possible to use image as cover image for our upcoming issue. Hope so. Please advise.
Thank you! the material is clear acrylic and the effect of the blue comes from LED lighting placed in the wood channel. the lighting glows through the acrylic.
reminds me of tron legacy or somethin!
Amazing use of material, shapes and lighting
made out of acrylic and illuminated by LED lighting. Jamie had to make sure that the acrylic would be able to withstand the weight of the wine bottles without cracking.
Jamie loves to experiment with unexpected textures, materials and patterns, so much so that she created her own collection. The material
search of what's different, what's old and what has some history." The makeshift buffet table on the wall can be tucked away when not in use. It's held up using an old piece of barn wood and latigos from a horse saddle. On the opposite wall, Matt repurposed saddle fenders, which were leftover from the
racks. He used horse reins and other horse tack to make a strap to hold the wine bottles. They hope to make a little business out of selling the wine racks and saddle stools.
a lot of character and a splash of color. Consider seriously as a flooring alternative.
with one of the many available wine room management software programs available today,” says Cravotta. “We’re currently working a wine cellar where we are using French enameled alphanumeric tags that will be attached at every bottle location. They’re as beautiful as they are practical.”
range of colors available.
Thanks for asking,
Looks like slate to me. What beautiful variation of colours here. This is a natural product and will be different depending on where the supply comes from. I'd recommend visiting a local stone supplier and checking out the range that's available
temperature of about 55 degrees.
Thaks for asking. Lisa
I'm brilliant use of a small space
Table against the wall. Could be the outside of the basement wall if we create a opening into the next room.