11 top 100 interior design firm Wine Cellar Design Photos

Details a Design Firm
9 Reviews
Galatea
Ideabooks86
Questions0
Details a design firm
details design firm...table top tennis...interior window
“Concept” — meverse30
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks3,203
Questions3
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
The display racks as shown are approx 67.50 degrees...and corks are 100% wet
I like these simple racks, but DO NOT like the diamond cut outs, or racks that stack bottles on top of one another.
Leaning bottle design mixed with the s tacks and the mass storage.
“Great look for wine racks” — joerivello1
Alexa Interiors LLC
10 Reviews
Wine Cellar
Ideabooks108
Questions0
Costume built in-home wine cellar. Photo/Alexa Interiors
Evergreen residential designer
High top table, wine tasting
design firms...interior design...lifestyle design...Alexa Interiors LLC...space design...High top table
“High top table, wine tasting” — tlhairston
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
Ideabooks64
Questions0
A collector of wines and champagnes, the homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter
perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting table” topped in granite. Tuscan style light fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
“Like” — amygros
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
Ideabooks59
Questions0
A collector of wines and champagnes, the homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter
perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting table” topped in granite. Tuscan style light fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
“cote de beaune framed posters” — abinitio00
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
Ideabooks19
Questions0
A collector of wines and champagnes, the homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter
perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting table” topped in granite. Tuscan style light fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
Ideabooks30
Questions0
A collector of wines and champagnes, the homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter
perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting table” topped in granite. Tuscan style light fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
“light fixture” — bkmaines
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Wine Cellar & Patio - Wine Cellar
Ideabooks59
Questions0
A collector of wines and champagnes, the homeowner called on our Design/Build firm to convert an existing room into a professional quality wine cellar to house over 5,000 bottles. Foundation walls were furred to create a separate cooling zone within the home. Redwood cedar racking wraps the perimeter
perimeter of the room while an island serves as a “tasting table” topped in granite. Tuscan style light fixtures highlight the quartz inlay tile rug on the floor. Large framed maps of the Bordeaux region of France are hung with pride on the only wall space not covered in racking.
“Tile” — arkadey1264
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