306 wall dresser unit Wine Cellar Design Photos

Papro Consulting - Wine Cellars
18 Reviews
Custom Wine Cellar Designs by Papro Consulting
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cooling unit
wine wall
“Light” — rajupant
Nastasi Vail Design
Flanagan Farm Portland Maine
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Love the wall unit
“Cava” — melissavalenzuela
Urban Cape
Battersea London Residence - Basement Build
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with the build of a new basement in their existing home in Battersea. The brief was to create and design the joinery for a bespoke bar, media unit and wine unit, along with the lighting design and selection of the finishes for the basement and powder room. The client wanted the interior to exude an
Exquisite dark chocolate leather doors were hand crafted in South Africa for the Bar and Media units. Teaming a large shiny croc print with soft plain leather, walnut veneer and a dark Emperador marble from Spain, the units offer the luxury of a natural product whilst bringing about an absolutely stunning and
Wine racks and glass corner unit
Great design for all of wall.
with the build of a new basement in their existing home in Battersea. The brief was to create and design the joinery for a bespoke bar, media unit and wine unit, along with the lighting design and selection of the finishes for the basement and powder room. The client wanted the interior to exude an
“wine cellar” — debbobby
kbcdevelopments
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The Wave House
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ceiling. Features were integrated that capture the fluid motion of a wave and can be seen in the flexible slate on the contoured fireplace, Modular Arts wall panels, and stainless steel accents. The foyer and outer decks also display this sense of movement. At only 22 feet in width, and 4300 square feet
What kind of cooling unit was used?
Glass Walls + Doors: Horizon Glass email: horizonglass@shaw.ca 604.312.4518
The design is a collaboration between the client and KBC Developments. Our supplier for the modern wine storage system is http://www.vindegarde.ca/modular-nek-rite.php We used the CellarPro 1800 for the cooling unit. www
Cellar Pro 1800 xts Chiller: www.vindegarde.ca www.cellarprocoolingsystems.com Walnut Panel: www.v6b.com LED Lighting: www.fawoocanada.com Glass Walls + Doors: Horizon Glass email: horizonglass@shaw.ca 604.312.4518 _________________________________________________________________ Thanks for your
“wine cellar” — pilar alonso
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
43 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
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locate the wine rack’s chilling unit for ducting and chiller unit. Both client and contractor agreed that the logical setting for the rack would be along the short wall adjacent to the room’s entrance. But the short wall afforded no room for the chiller, a “split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing
lines overhead – run them straight up from the chilling unit, over the joists above, and around the back of the stair case. Once past the staircase, it was straight shot above the joists to the short wall; the lines would then run behind the wall to the wine cooler resting on the floor. This highly creative
avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor. Then question was how to “circumnavigate” the stairwell
“Rack style” — robwillett
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
43 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
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locate the wine rack’s chilling unit for ducting and chiller unit. Both client and contractor agreed that the logical setting for the rack would be along the short wall adjacent to the room’s entrance. But the short wall afforded no room for the chiller, a “split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing
lines overhead – run them straight up from the chilling unit, over the joists above, and around the back of the stair case. Once past the staircase, it was straight shot above the joists to the short wall; the lines would then run behind the wall to the wine cooler resting on the floor. This highly creative
avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor. Then question was how to “circumnavigate” the stairwell
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
43 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
Ideabooks2
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locate the wine rack’s chilling unit for ducting and chiller unit. Both client and contractor agreed that the logical setting for the rack would be along the short wall adjacent to the room’s entrance. But the short wall afforded no room for the chiller, a “split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing
lines overhead – run them straight up from the chilling unit, over the joists above, and around the back of the stair case. Once past the staircase, it was straight shot above the joists to the short wall; the lines would then run behind the wall to the wine cooler resting on the floor. This highly creative
avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor. Then question was how to “circumnavigate” the stairwell
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
43 Reviews
Custom-Built Wine Cellar Features Superior Craftsmanship
Ideabooks5
Questions0
locate the wine rack’s chilling unit for ducting and chiller unit. Both client and contractor agreed that the logical setting for the rack would be along the short wall adjacent to the room’s entrance. But the short wall afforded no room for the chiller, a “split system” unit that needed adequate “breathing
lines overhead – run them straight up from the chilling unit, over the joists above, and around the back of the stair case. Once past the staircase, it was straight shot above the joists to the short wall; the lines would then run behind the wall to the wine cooler resting on the floor. This highly creative
avoid overheating After many design sketches, the contractor had a tentative solution: house the chilling unit in a utility room behind the stairs leading to the basement. This would keep the unit out of sight and muffle the sound of the compressor. Then question was how to “circumnavigate” the stairwell
“wine cabinet” — ryank106
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